Hero – Gayab Mode On is slated to go off air on October 30th on a happy note. The show is witnessing its final journey, where good will win in a battle between Shukracharya (Ajay Gehi) and Hero (Abhishek Nigam). The show has managed to strike a chord with the audience with its exciting storyline and action sequences.
In an interview with BT, Abhishek talked about his journey so far and shared, “I don’t even know where to begin as I have so many memories in my heart. I would miss having fun with the entire cast in between the shots, the various pranks that we played on one another, and mostly, the entire vibe of the set, which was always very energetic and loving. However, now that I will no longer be playing Hero, I will carry many wonderful memories and lessons with me. The show has a special place in my heart, and I will certainly miss every moment spent here. My experience with the show has been amazing, and I have learned a lot on this journey. I think I have grown beautifully with this character, and the hero will always live within me. I think the show has come a full circle, and I will miss coming to the sets and getting into my hero mode. My fans and viewers have really loved my character and acknowledged it throughout this journey of “Hero: Gayab Mode On. This journey, so far, has been possible only because of all our amazing fans who have always adored us and showered us with unconditional love.
Hero: Gayab Mood On is an Indian Hindi-language science fiction television series produced by Aland Srivastava and Nisar Parvez under the umbrella of Peninsula Pictures.  It stars Abhishek Nigam in the titular role.
The show revolves around a man who finds a ring that gives him supernatural powers. He must fight the alien forces that are behind the ring and save the world with the help of his friends and family. It premiered on s around a man who finds a ring that gives him supernatural powers. He must fight the alien forces that are behind the ring and save the world with the help of his friends and family. It premiered on December 7, 2020, and airs Monday through Friday on Sony SAB.  The second season of the series premiered on August 23, 2021, and ran until October 30, 2021.