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TV glossy GR8 celebrates third anniversary with multiple covers

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TV glossy GR8 celebrates third anniversary with multiple covers

Seems like it is the season for cover innovation. After Filmfare introduced the four-cover option for its latest issue, it is now TV glossy GR8’s turn to make available its latest issue – which is its third anniversary issue – with multiple covers. The anniversary issue hit the stands on September 2.

TV actors Roshni Chopra, Hussain Kuwajerwala, and Purbhi Joshi feature in the three covers of the special issue of GR8.

The magazine’s publisher, Anu Ranjan, said, “We wanted to give a thrilling surprise to our readers by splashing a multi-hued presence of GR8 in the market. Now, besides the usually unusual fare of GR8, readers can have their pick of varied covers. Indeed, this is a very ‘today’ thought for today’s generation, who simply love miscellany and multiple choices in whatever they have to go in for.”

Co-publisher, Shashi Ranjan said, “Our anniversary issue is going to be the crème de la crème with respect to style, zing and panache. And this step of multiple covers is sure to make it a treat that will long be cherished by our readers.”


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