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ZOOM brings Bollywood Tambola for the first time on Indian Television

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ZOOM brings Bollywood Tambola for the first time on Indian Television

ZOOM brings Bollywood Tambola for the first time on Indian Television
Viewers stand a chance to win the much-awaited iPhone X and other exciting prizes every day between 8.30 am to 10.30am

Zoom, India’s leading entertainment channel, brings an entertaining twist to the good old board game of Tambola for the first on Indian Television, with the launch of Bollywood Tambola.

An exciting and a high involvement initiative, Bollywood Tambola is tempered with a twist. To participate in this month-long activity till January 09, 2018, viewers have to watch Bollywood’s favorite & latest songs played during the morning break-less band from 8.30 am to 10.30 am.

To register, viewers can give a missed call on 8130566566 and access the unique Tambola ticket every morning via SMS. True to the classic Tambola style, viewers must match the numbers on their tambola ticket with those on TV and stand a chance to win IPHONE X and other grand prizes.

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