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92.7 BIG FM launches new show 'Nayak' with journalist Sanjeev Srivastava

08-March-2016
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92.7 BIG FM launches new show 'Nayak' with journalist Sanjeev Srivastava

Private Radio network, 92.7 BIG FM recently launched its new show ‘Nayak’ which will be hosted by well-known journalist Sanjeev Srivastava. The show aims to bring stories of legends to inspire listeners and will air on weekdays on 92.7 BIG FM from 8pm - 10pm across 36 HSM markets.

 Srivastava, the host of popular chat show ‘BBC EK Mulaqat’, will introduce listeners to some luminaries who have created history with their extraordinary will and passion to excel despite all odds.

 ‘Nayak’ will rekindle belief and positivity amongst listeners with stories of Indians heroes who have carved a niche in their respective fields. The show includes interesting real life incidents and anecdotes from the journey of several notable personalities. 

 Speaking about the launch of ‘Nayak’ a spokesperson from 92.7 BIG FM said, “Innovative content has been a substantial driver in making 92.7 BIG FM one of India’s most popular radio networks and Nayak is a step towards offering our listeners a larger mix of original programming. We are glad to have Sanjeev join the show as we aim to reach out to millions of people and motivate them with real life stories and struggles of famous personalities. We hope to make a positive impact in the minds of our listeners and help them with looking at their daily struggles with a renewed perspective.”

 Commenting on his association with the show, Srivastava said, “I am looking forward to my stint on 92.7 BIG FM and being a part of a format that tries to inspire people to deal with life and its challenges. My aim as the host of Nayak would be to make the stories relevant to today’s listeners and encourage them to overcome their challenges.”

 With memorable narratives from the life of prominent names such as Subash Chandra Bose, Bhagat Singh, Milkha Singh, Kapil Dev, Mary Kom, C.V. Raman, APJ Abdul Kalam, Mother Teresa, Dhirubhai Ambani, Harivansh Rai Bachchan, Mirza Ghalib and Vergese Kurien to name a few, Nayak will encourage listeners to remain undeterred by the hardships and follow their dreams with determination.

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