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Star Plus signs licence deal with BBC Worldwide for new game show

26-October-2001
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Star Plus signs licence deal with BBC Worldwide for new game show

Star Plus has signed a licensing agreement with BBC Worldwide for the format of the popular game show ‘The Weakest Link’. The Indian version will be Hindi and will be produced by BBC Worldwide in association with Synergy Production and Siddhartha Basu.

The game will follow the original UK format, including set and graphics and design. The search for host to show is on. The name of the programme is also in the process of being finalised.

The Weakest Link will be aired on the prime time but may not run as a daily show.

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