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Star Suvarna launches new non-fiction show 'Connexion'

26-July-2016
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Star Suvarna launches new non-fiction show 'Connexion'

Star Suvarna has launched its first non-fiction show named ‘Connexion’. The show will be on-air from July 31, 2016 every Saturday and Sunday at 7:30pm.The format of the show is completely different from any other non-fiction show in Kannada television.

‘Connexion’ will feature celebrities from film and TV world in each episode.

The format of the show is such that connexions will have to be established between two seemingly different things, persons, etc. The connexion will be established mainly through the pictures. Each episode will have 3 teams of 2 members each. These teams have to establish the connexion between various pictures and come up with their answers.

The show will be hosted by the popular Kannada actor and anchor, Arun Sagar.

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