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92.7 Big FM launches devotional show 'Sokoli Tomari Iccha' in Kolkata, Asansol

23-June-2016
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92.7 Big FM launches devotional show 'Sokoli Tomari Iccha' in Kolkata, Asansol

92.7 BIG FM recently launched ‘Sokoli Tomari Iccha’ in Kolkata and Asansol. The  show revolves around inspirational stories of Hindu saint Bamakhepa, greatly followed by people of these regions.

92.7 BIG FM has roped in actor and singer Arindam Ganguly as the show host. The show targeted at the age group of over 35 years, airs daily in the morning time band from 5 am to 7am.

Speaking about the shows, spokesperson from 92.7 BIG FM said, "Our bouquet of shows is a reflection of our distinctive programming concepts. With Sokoli Tomari Iccha, we hope to reach out to listeners who are in search of some soothing compositions and daily dose of inspiring stories that will help them go about their lives with ease.”

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