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FM 95 Radio One acquires rights of 92.7 Big FM's 'Morning Cha with Manav Gohil' for its Ahmedabad listeners

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FM 95 Radio One acquires rights of 92.7 Big FM's  'Morning Cha with Manav Gohil' for its Ahmedabad listeners

Radio One, which prides itself on being India’s only differentiated radio network, has acquired rights to air 92.7 Big FM’s brand new content ‘Morning Cha with Manav Gohil’ for its Ahmedabad listeners. In sync with the mood and energy of its listeners during morning time, the content will have all the essentials elements of a perfect morning—from relaxation, fun and light-heartedness to flirtatious music, with the credibility of interesting retro trivia. Having started from 7thFebruary, it will be aired from 7 am to 9 am, every Monday to Friday.

Manav Gohil is a familiar name in Indian households as he's been a part of the entertainment industry for over a decade now. Hailing from Surendranagar, Gujarat, he's expected to bring in the right amount of entertainment and excitement. With ‘Morning Cha with Manav Gohil’, Radio One intends to spread positivity and urges its audience to start their day on a joyous note, while also celebrating the spirit of life.

Rajeev Nair, FM 95 Radio One Station Head, said, “We are glad to acquire the rights of 92.7 Big FM’s fresh new content ‘Morning Cha with Manav Gohil’. We aim to strengthen our retro positioning in the Ahmedabad market. This will take listeners back to the retro (70s to 90s) era with heart-warming retro tracks. Through this acquisition, we hope to connect with a larger group of listeners, owing to warm tonality and entertainment quotient. We are positive that audiences will not only like ‘Morning Cha Manav Gohil’, but also develop a special connect with it.”

Speaking on his association with the radio show, actor Manav Gohil said, “I have always been a huge fan of retro music, and it feels amazing to host my own show on FM 95 Radio One, the top retro channel of the wonderful city of Ahmedabad. My fans have always supported me throughout my journey, and with this new show, I look forward to continue getting the same support.”


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