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Zee Marathi back with comedy talent hunt show ‘Hasya Samrat – 2’ from September 26

20-September-2008
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Zee Marathi back with comedy talent hunt show ‘Hasya Samrat – 2’ from September 26

Zee Marathi is all set to launch the second season of its comedy talent hunt show ‘Hasya Samrat’ from September 26. The show would be aired on Fridays and Saturdays from 9.30 pm to 11 pm. The title sponsor is Idea Cellular, while Dabur is the associate sponsor for the show.

Zee Marathi officials informed that the show would be supported by a 360-degree marketing campaign.

Singer, comedian and mimicry artist Sudesh Bhosle would judge the second season of ‘Hasya Samrat’ along with popular Marathi actor Makarand Anaspure. Jitendra Joshi, who had hosted the first season of ‘Hasya Samrat’ returns for the second season too. Forty contestants have been selected for the show out of 5,000 aspirants from eight centres of across Maharashtra.

Nikhil Sane, Deputy Vice President, Zee Marathi, said, “This is our own effort to dig out the comic talent in Maharashtra. It is an attempt to boost the confidence of the hidden comedians by giving them a platform through which they can reveal their talent in front of entire Maharashtra.”

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