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BBC World to commence Commando! from today.

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BBC World to commence Commando! from today.

BBC World's much hyped and awaited reality show 'Commando!’ is slated to be launched today. The show, which was to start airing from 1st January, was postponed in light of the tensions between India and Pakistan.

The show is based on ''The Army Commando Training Course'' and will be aired at 2200 IST. This fly-on-the-wall documentary will cover the six-week training course at the Commando Training School, Belgaum in Karnataka, which is considered to be one of the toughest courses demanding the highest levels of physical fitness and mental proficiency. This series follows BBC World's highly acclaimed & successful reality show - Hospital.

Opel Corsa and Kawasaki Bajaj Caliber are the two lead sponsors for the show. The show has been produced by Miditech television.

Other channels too have been venturing into the area of reality shows lately with the most recent entrant being Zee TV, which launched 'RAAAH' recently.


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