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Hungama TV enters a fantasy world with 'Zoran'

28-June-2007
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Hungama TV enters a fantasy world with 'Zoran'

Children’s channel Hungama TV is delving into the world of adventure and fantasies with its brand new show ‘Zoran’. The show premiers on July 2, and will be aired from Monday to Thursday in 7.00 pm time slot.

Aparna Bhosle, Director-Programming and Production, Walt Disney Television International (India), said, “We remain local in idiom and our narrative uniquely caters to the tastes of our young viewers. ‘Zoran’ is Hungama TV’s 31st original production in its third year of operation, which is a benchmark in the kids’ television space in India.”

Under the promotional activities for the show, the channel will unfold a multimedia campaign that will also include ground activation through van promotions across 21 cities.

The story of ‘Zoran’ revolves around one brave wandering hero who fancies challenges, mocks fear and defies destiny. The story presents a mix of brawn and wit, visual effects and graphics that have been put together.

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