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Zee TV plans new version of SDCK in 2001

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Zee TV plans new version of SDCK in 2001

The channel will be launching the rechristened version of the ill-fated show in January, with what it calls as a 'more viewer friendly potion' and a revised slotting strategy.

With Sony’s chappar phad ke grabbing the vacant 8 pm to 9 pm slots from Friday to Monday, highly placed Zee officials have indicated that instead of taking on KBC head-on, the channel is reconsidering the slotting of the show.

Interestingly, industry watchers have been speculating that Zee had considered and in fact it might still scrap the show altogether. The reasons cited are manifold, however, the key factor seems to be negative vibes emanating from the viewers since the launch till the show was taken off-air earlier this month.


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