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Disney Channel plans Diwali dhamaka with on-air contest

18-October-2007
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Disney Channel plans Diwali dhamaka with on-air contest

Disney Channel plans to add fun to the Diwali festivity with its family entertainer, the unique ‘Diwali Dum Duma Dumdum’ contest. The contest will be on air during the Diwali season every evening from 5-8 pm on Disney Channel.

The interactive contest will have two on-screen families -- the Pickloos and the Lals – competing with each other in a Dumb Charades game. To win prizes, viewers will have to pick one of the on-screen families and earn points by sending the correct answers of the on-screen enacted movie or show through SMS.

The contest would be further livened up with special features like fastest finger first, hidden clues and pop up trivia questions during other shows on the channel. The maximum number of correct entries will win video games every week. Three winners will receive a home theatre system at the culmination of this three-week contest.

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