Ramzan Transmission 2020: Hosts, Timing and Game Show Details


The Holy Month of Ramzan is almost here and everyone is anticipating the upcoming Ramzan transmission 2020 shows. Prizes galore is expected to be the highlight of this year’s Ramzan transmission on every channel.

Many celebrities will be hosting special transmissions on different channels this year. Ramzan transmission is going to be a breath of fresh air and a relaxing experience for the audiences as the country tries to battle coronavirus and the lockdown at the same time.

Who Will Be Hosting Ramzan Transmission This Year?

Here are some celebrities who will be hosting Ramzan transmission this year.

Aamir Liaquat


Aamir Liaquat is a local favorite when it comes to Ramzan transmissions in Pakistan. For this year, Aamir Liaquat sealed a deal with Express-News and will be appearing live for the entertainment of his fasting fans. The pattern of his transmission is usually a game show in which he randomly calls out audience members and shares gifts and goodie bags provided by the sponsored brands.

The show will be on air before Sehr and will end after Iftar.

Waseem Badami


Waseem Badami is all-set to take the stage once again in Pakistan’s favorite Shan-e-Ramzan transmission on ARY Digital. Expected to begin on Saturday, 25th April 2020, the Sehr transmission will begin on 1:45 am whereas the Iftar transmission will begin on 2:30 pm.

The Shan-e-Ramzan transmission will including Naat Sharif, Holy Quran recitation and distribution of gifts among audiences from sponsors brands.

PEMRA’s Directives on Ramzan Transmission 2020

Due to the alarming situation of coronavirus in Pakistan, Pakistan Electronic Media Regulation Authority (PEMRA) has issued new directives for TV channels to follow during Ramzan transmission 2020. According to PEMRA, no live audience will be present in the studios during the transmission. Gifts are not allowed to be displayed on set as well.

The channels are directed to have one person on set and ensure the staff is provided with proper safety kits. PEMRA announced this on 15th April, 2020 to ensure the safety of everyone. At the moment, the current tally of total cases of coronavirus in Pakistan stands at 9,749 cases.

PEMRA will take legal actions against channels who don’t follow these directives.

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