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'Right Here Right Now' hourly contest on Hungama TV

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'Right Here Right Now' hourly contest on Hungama TV

Hungama TV has announced an interactive contest called ‘Right Here Right Now’ in its weekend offering. The contest will be aired every Saturday from 1.30 pm to 7.30 pm.

As part of the contest, some simple questions will be asked every hour, which would be based on the episodes aired during that time. The first three correct entries to the hourly questions will be flashed on the channel at the end of the same hour, the same day.

Aparna Bhosle, Director-Programming and Production, Hungama TV, said, “At Hungama TV, we are committed to driving a high degree of interactivity with our viewers. Contests and games are a great way to engage them while keeping them involved in our stories and endearing characters. ‘Right Here Right Now’ takes us a step further in addressing our young viewers need for instant gratification.”

Children can send in their entries through SMS and IVRS before the end of the same hour and can win a Mitashi Infrazone Wireless Game.


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Prior to joining Madison PR in 2012 Chaudhary was Group President Corporate Communications at Reliance Industries Limited.