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Ajay Jadeja to host celebrity cricket show on RED FM

01-April-2006
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Ajay Jadeja to host celebrity cricket show on RED FM

Red FM has announced the launch of a celebrity cricket show called RED FM Cricket Masala. The show will have cricketer Ajay Jadeja live in Red FM studio talking about cricket, spiced up with music, gossip and anecdotes from the man himself.

RED FM Cricket Masala will run through all the ODIs between India and England and India’s tour of the West Indies. The next episode will be aired on April 3, 2006. One show has been aired already during the cricket series. The show usually lasts for four to five hours.

Said Abraham Thomas, COO, RED FM, “We are bringing together two passions that unite this country – music and the cricket in a unique, fun and entertaining manner in the morning 1 on RED FM will be a blast with this heady mix.”

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