Ever heard the about driverless tractor from Kota or an ambidextrous school in the small town of Singrauli, MP or the café run by prisoners in Shimla? India has this and much more. And it’s all being featured in the fourth season of OMG! Yeh Mera India only on HISTORY TV18. This season promises to be bigger and better than ever before and is all set to display some of these ground-breaking stories once again. The new season premiers on 22nd March, every Thursday at 8 PM. Popular actor and stand-up comedian, Krushna Abhishek, who will take the audience through the unique, ‘OMG’ facts about the people and places in India, continues to host the show.
Avinash Kaul, Managing Director of A+E Networks | TV18 & President – Network 18 said “OMG! Yeh Mera India has become the most powerful factual entertainment franchise in the country. And with good reason. India has a veritable treasure trove of OMG stories and an equally insatiable demand for these to be heard. So it’s really no surprise that it has been very successful and we’re delighted to continue the franchise. True to our brand ethos, we will continue to innovate and create great content which works for both viewers as well as our partners.”
Krushna Abhishek, the celebrated host of the show said “OMG! Yeh Mera India is easily one of the most successful shows of my career! Every shoot I learn new things about India that leaves me completely spellbound. Even today, I have goose bumps talking about some of the stories- It’s truly an honour to present unknown facets of this great country in all its glory. This new season will feature some great content which will undoubtedly be a visual treat for the audience.”
The previous seasons of OMG! Yeh Mera India have been a huge success reaching an estimated audience of over 100 Mn every year. The show is a success not just on TV but has also gone viral on social platforms. So far the OMG stories have clocked more than 400mn+ video views across social media. These have been shared by numerous influencers: politicians, bureaucrats, technocrats and thought leaders.