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Ji Mantriji gets 4 sponsors

16-March-2001
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Ji Mantriji gets 4 sponsors

Star Plus has also lined up its sponsors for "Ji Mantriji". A remake of "Yes Minister", this half-hour show will be sponsored by General Motors, Kelvinator, Mortein and Medimix. This political satire will be telecast every Thursday during prime time. Starring Faroukh Sheikh and Jayant Kriplani, this NDTV production will be aired from mid-April. Star Plus is targeting the prime time slot for "Ji Mantriji."

"Kahin Kisi Roz", a Balaji Telefilms-produced soap, will also go on air in mid-April. To be telecast five days a week, Electrolux, Samsung and Dettol will sponsor this soap. Star Plus is again looking at prime time for this.

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