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Triptii Sharma quits SaharaOne as VP–Programming

09-November-2004
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Triptii Sharma quits SaharaOne as VP–Programming

As per a Monday late night information, SaharaOne VP, Programming, Triptii Sharma has decided to part ways from the channel. According to industry sources, Sharma would be putting in her papers today. And, with this, the channel’s chief operating officer Karuna Santani will be looking after the programming.

Sharma has been a part of Sahara for over two year now. In her tenure, she has been responsible in brining properties like ‘Raat Honeko Hai’, ‘Saathiya’, ‘Aao Bahen Chughli Karen’ and ‘Main Office Teri Aangan Ki’ amongst various others on the channel. She had continued her role in programming at the time of the transition from Sahara Manoranjan to SaharaOne.

Informed sources share that Sharma is contemplating on doing something on her own on the lines of a production house. However, at the time of filing this story she was not available for comments. On being contacted the channel’s official spokesperson Peter Isaac refrained from giving comments citing that he wasn’t aware of the development till then.

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