On 17th January, 2016, Colors TV broadcasted a second season of Indian television reality show whose name is Mission Sapne Season-2. Mission Sapne is an Indian television reality show, the show is financially helped by an SOBO Films.
The Producer of SOBO films is Smriti Shinde. The second edition of the TV show Mission Sapne, which features celebrities using their fame for the benefit of the common man. After the successful ending of Mission Sapne makers of the show had decided to launch it in a new way to entertain the viewers.
Mission Sapne Season 2 2016 Show Timing:
Every Sunday, 11:00 am
Hosted by Sonali Bendre, the show has celebrities step into the shoes of the common man and earn daily wages. This time Smriti Shinde had approach Bollywood Stars for helping people like farmers suffering from suicidal case, women suffering from harassment and HIV patients.
In this mission many of the stars are joined like Akshay Kumar, Parineeti Chopra, Manish Paul, Jimmy Shergill, Arjun Kapoor, Vidya Balan and Alia Bhatt. In this season, power of women is highlighted proving women are not less than anyone they are as equal as men.
In the first episode, Vidya Balan becomes Coolie to fulfill dreams of Women Coolie. Vidya is a versatile actress along that she is an amazing person as without hesitation she agrees to become coolie to help a common man.
Vidya Balan got ready to shot this special episode. Bollywood Akshay Kumar is also a part of ‘Mission Sapne 2’. He helped one of the farmer as he thinks a Jawan is always ready to help the farmer. Akshay Kumar also gave a slogan, ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kissan’. His episode was shot in Jeselmer.
According to the producer Smriti Shinde, Mission Sapne is one of the media to help comman man. And Star power really works as many changes comes in comman man’s life. By this show Smriti Shinde wants to create positive attitude in needy people’s life so that they can go ahead in their life.
In the show whatever wages will be done by stars will be done 100 times and will give to the corresponding person to whom they have helped.
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