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Sunsilk Gang of Girls, Zoom on the lookout for talented singers

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Sunsilk Gang of Girls, Zoom on the lookout for talented singers

Sunsilk Gang of Girls and Zoom channel have come together for a singing reality show called ‘Sunsilk Gang of Girls - Spotlight Mein’. The show will present four talented girls in the country with once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make it big in the music industry.

The girls will be groomed and mentored by maestros from the music and entertainment fraternity, in preparation for a live finalé performance. ‘Sunsilk Gang of Girls - Spotlight Mein’ will have no eliminations, no competition within the group, and no record label as a prize for the winner. The chosen four will move into a swanky apartment and interact with mentors who will help them hone their vocal talents and groom them to rock the audience.

To participate, girls can log on to and register for the show with their details and a recent photograph. They can also either shoot or record themselves singing and upload it on the site or post a CD of the same to Zoom before September 4, 2007.

The girls will also perform in public places as part of their learning process and take cues from accomplished bands to improve their performance.


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