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‘Radio Ke Virus’ Anant and Saurabh return to Radio Mirchi

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‘Radio Ke Virus’ Anant and Saurabh return to Radio Mirchi

Radio Mirchi’s morning show ‘Hi Delhi’ has been infected by a virus from May 12 with the return of hosts Anant and Saurabh, popularly known as ‘Radio Ke Virus’. The morning show features special segments like ‘Mausam Mausi’, ‘Jeene Ke Bahane’, ‘Horoscope’, ‘Good, Bad, Ugly’, ‘Topic of the Day’, ‘ Mirchi Giraftaar’ and ‘Mirchi Rap’.

Tapas Sen, Chief Programming Head, Radio Mirchi, said, “‘Hi Delhi’ is the completely mad, lunatic programme, which make it unbelievably entertaining. This programme is done by two raving mad people – Anant and Saurabh – who are the craziest partners on air.”

Said RJ Anant, “We are back on the station especially for our listeners, who want to hear us again. Our main objective is to make our listeners smile at our pranks.”

Saurabh added, “Radio Mirchi is the number one radio station. Our main objective is to put a smile on our listeners’ faces. ‘Hi Delhi’ is completely entertaining, youthful and vibrant. Our listeners will get a daily dose of their own city and as well as the world through this show.”


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