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Ravi Mohan Saini from Vizag becomes the first junior KBC winner

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Ravi Mohan Saini from Vizag becomes the first junior KBC winner

Ravi Mohan Saini, has become the first winner of the hit show 'Junior Kaun Banega Crorepati'. The episode will be telecast on July 8. Aged 14, this child is in Std X at the Naval Public School, Vishakhapatnam.

At a press conference, Star TV CEO Peter Mukherjea announced that there would be a series of programmes, one of which is their new game show 'Khulja SimSim' based on 'Let's Make a deal'.

The new show, to be aired from July 27 at 9 PM, will be hosted by Aman Verma who will bait each player with a promise of hidden prizes behind closed curtains.

Film actress Sonali Bhendre will be anchoring a talent show, 'Kya Masti Kya Dhoom', which will be aired from July 27 at 8 PM. This talent hunt will target the age group between 8-18.

Actress Deepti Bhatnagar will be the new host of the travel show `Musafir Hoon Yaaron' which will aired on Sunday at 12:30 noon. Star will also air a horror show from July 27 at 10pm.


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