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Big FM on the lookout for mimicry artists through ‘Nakli No. 1’ contest

18-November-2006
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Big FM on the lookout for mimicry artists through ‘Nakli No. 1’ contest

Anil Ambani promoted Big 92.7 FM has started a nationwide talent hunt for a mimicry show on radio. The contest, called ‘Nakli No. 1’, is yet another initiative to promote the abundant latent talent in India and gives the common man a chance to showcase their ability and be heard by millions on radio.

As part of the Nakli No. 1 contest, Big 92.7 FM will invite participants from across the country for auditions, out of which nine participants will be divided into three groups of three contestants each and will get the chance to showcase their talent live on air for 20 minutes from Monday to Friday.

Every week starting November 27, 2006, two contestants will be eliminated from each group, with a mega event, which will culminate on December 22, 2006, with a winner emerging from among the final three contestants.

“The concept of a mimicry talent hunt like Nakli No. 1 has never been explored before on radio and we are confident that our listeners and participants will enjoy every bit of it. We welcome all every Indian to be a part of this contest and help us make it a grand success,” said Big 92.7 FM’s Praveen Malhotra.

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