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MTV to air daily show ‘MTV Warrior High’ from 16 Feb
MUMBAI: Youth entertainment and music channel MTV is all set to launch a new drama series entitled ‘MTV Warrior High’ that delves into the world of boarding school.
The show will be an addition to the channel’s portfolio of two drama series ‘Kaise Yeh Yaariyaan’ and ‘Fanaah’.
MTV India EVP and business head Aditya Swamy said, “We have always built our content around bold and progressive themes that are based on the deep insights that we are continuously mining. Add powerful storytelling to it and you have ‘MTV Warrior High’. Self-discovery is a powerful theme with the youth and this show represents that journey. Entertaining, edgy, and heroic, this new drama series will ‘Kill Boring’ every single day as the gates to ‘Warrior High’ open on 16 February.”
‘MTV Warrior High’ will depict the world of boarding school where students from diverse backgrounds come together to fight for their dreams. The show will look at the lives of students of an elite boarding school ‘Warrior High’ where dreams take flight and the passion to achieve wins over all odds.
Produced by Lost Boy Productions, the show is built on the premise of who will become what, as opposed to who will hook up with whom.
It will feature new students Siyali, Utkarsh and Niti, played by newcomer Sanaya Pethawala, Anshuman Malhotra of ‘Haider’ fame and TV actress Juhi Aslam respectively. The three orphan students grew up together in a strict Christian orphanage and now find themselves invited to study at Warrior High as part of a scholarship programme.
Among other students is champion boxer Abhishek, played by actor Ashwini Kaul, and the dark horse Parth, played by newcomer Lakshya Lalwani.
Suhasini Mulay essays the role of Anwesha, headmistress and guiding light of Warrior High and also stars popular TV actress Anupriya in a key role.