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Bhuvan Bam poses with the screenplay for Disney+ Hotstar’s Taaza Khabar, his OTT debut.

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On Instagram, YouTuber Bhuvan announced his OTT debut. Bhuvam made his acting debut with the YouTube sitcom Dhindora last year.

On Wednesday, YouTuber Bhuvan Bam announced his OTT debut. Bhuvan disclosed the project’s title, Taaza Khabar, by posting two photos on his Instagram account. Later this year, the programme will be available on Disney+ Hotstar. “Need your wishes for my OTT debut,” Bhuvan said beside the photos. Your unwavering support has been invaluable to me. This year, there’s a lot of new stuff.” Bhuvan is seen carrying Taaza Khabar’s writing in the first photo. He also posted a screenshot of the script.

On Instagram, YouTuber Bhuvan announced his OTT debut. Bhuvam made his acting debut with the YouTube sitcom Dhindora last year.

On Wednesday, YouTuber Bhuvan Bam announced his OTT debut. Bhuvan disclosed the project’s title, Taaza Khabar, by posting two photos on his Instagram account. Later this year, the programme will be available on Disney+ Hotstar. “Need your wishes for my OTT debut,” Bhuvan said beside the photos. Your unwavering support has been invaluable to me. This year, there’s a lot of new stuff.” Bhuvan is seen carrying Taaza Khabar’s writing in the first photo. He also posted a screenshot of the script.

Taaza Khabar, as shown in a snapshot provided by Bhuvan, will be produced by BB Ki Vines Productions and directed by Abbas Dalal and Hussain Dalal.

“Tu kya sahi banda hai (You are such a wonderful person),” actor Viraj Ghilani said. “Love, Love, and More Love,” writes filmmaker Guneet Monga. “Bahut Saara Pyar Bhuvan,” actor Anup Soni stated. “All the best Bhuvan, you’re going to shine in this too,” one fan said. “Watching you develop from that one YouTube video to here is incredible,” another commented. It makes me feel sad. I’m overjoyed for you.” Many people used heart, fire, and thumbs up emojis in the comments area, while one added, “Will always support you.”

Dhindora, a web series in which he played nine avatars of himself, had his acting debut last year. When asked why he chose YouTube over any other OTT platform in an interview with Hindustan Times, he stated, “First, it would have been unjust to go to my audience, who has seen all of my stuff for free till now, and beg for money.” It was also a deliberate effort to inform people that YouTube isn’t only for skits, music, or roast videos.” He went on to say that he has had several acting opportunities over the years. “Since 2017, I’ve been planning the web series.”

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