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Star Plus spruces up its matinee band with new show ‘Jahan Pe Basera Ho’

20-September-2008
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Star Plus spruces up its matinee band with new show ‘Jahan Pe Basera Ho’

Star Plus is bringing in a new show, ‘Jahan Pe Basera Ho’, to beef up its matinee band. ‘Jahan Pe Basera Ho’ premieres on September 22 and would be aired Monday to Friday at 12.30 pm.

Anupama Mandloi, Senior Creative Director, Star Plus, said, “There is a set of viewers available in this timeslot that we want to provide original programming to. Our afternoons are delivering well and we want to consolidate the time band further with great storytelling and engaging characters that will keep viewers involved.”

The show has been produced by Shreya Creations, which has also produced and co-produced Bollywood films like ‘Jism’, ‘Paap’, ‘Amaavas’ and ‘Struggler’.

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