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93.5 Red FM's RJ Karam replaces RJ Abhilash on the 'Kaanphaad' show

30-May-2017
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93.5 Red FM's RJ Karam replaces RJ Abhilash on the 'Kaanphaad' show

93.5 Red FM’s popular show ‘Kaanphaad’ has a new RJ on board. RJ Karam has replaced RJ Abhilash on this show. RJ Karam, who started his journey working as producer for one of RED FM’s prime-time shows, was elevated as an RJ due to his talent and oratory skills.               

A science graduate, writer, magician, mimicry artist, mentalist and now an RJ, Karam has done it all. Fresh in the world of RJs, he already knows the tricks for wooing his audiences, whether on-air, on ground or online. An entertainer by nature, RJ Karam knows everything that’s happening in the world of Indian TV and shares the same with his listeners.

Kaanphaad is a show that aims to break the clutter and cater everyone seeking raw and unexplored fun in life. Keeping in mind the TV-watching audience that generates maximum listenership during this time band, Kaanphaad explores the quirky side of women by generating interesting content around their likes and dislikes with properties like Shendi, Fake interviews, etc.

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