Vivek Oberoi gets hurt on the sets of India’s Best Dramebaaz

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Zee TV’s immensely popular and prestigious acting reality show for kids- ‘India’s Best Dramebaaz is back with its third season and airs every Saturday and Sunday at 9 PM. The show, in its previous seasons, has groomed and nurtured many budding child actors who have gone onto carve a niche for themselves in the entertainment industry. This season, an all-new brigade of funky and nautanki bachche are about to be groomed and mentored by the multitalented judges Vivek Oberoi, Huma Qureshi and Omung Kumar and provide viewers some unadulterated entertainment as the kids put up some truly impressive performances.

Braving their way through the gruelling auditions phase, the best 16 amongst the nautanki Bacche will bag a spot in the show. While the kids have been giving phenomenal performances, and impressing the mentors thoroughly, we all are aware of how naughty kids can get and the funky bachche of India’s Best Dramebaaz are no less. The youngest and the most notorious kid on the block, Garvit Parikh, has been driving everybody up the wall on the sets with his entertaining personality and unstoppable spirit.

While having a conversation with mentor Vivek Oberoi, the 5-year-old accidentally poked Vivek in the eye. Much to our surprise, the young boy immediately realised that he hurt his beloved mentor and began apologising to him. But as it is always said a true mentor forgives and understands his student and so did Garvit’s favourite mentor. Though hurt and in pain, Vivek chose to be patient, and continued to humor this little acting prodigy with a wide smile on his face. Awww!

Furthermore, mentor Huma Qureshi took this as an opportunity to appoint Garvit as the monitor of the Class of India’s Best Dramebaaz to make him more responsible and keep his nautanki in check. What’s interesting is that, this l’il Dramebaaz will also serve as a ‘Khabri’ to Huma and update her about all the secrets and behind the scene nautanki that the kids do on set. Kudos to mentors like Vivek Oberoi and Huma Qureshi for dealing with our nautanki kids with absolute love, patience and affection!

To get enthralled and catch all the masti, fascinating moments and extraordinary performances, stay tuned to India’s Best Dramebaaz, this Saturday and Sunday at 9 PM, only on Zee TV!

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