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It’s Mangal Pandey ‘Rising’ on Radio Mirchi

23-July-2005
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It’s Mangal Pandey ‘Rising’ on Radio Mirchi

It’s always good to be the first, and Radio Mirchi believes in the same for its listeners. Announcing its exclusive tie-up with Ketan Mehta’s much-awaited film Mangal Pandey: The Rising (starring Aamir Khan, Rani Mukherji and Amisha Patel) as radio partner, Radio Mirchi has a host of goodies to dish out to its ardent listeners.

The film’s lyrics have been penned by Javed Akhtar, while A R Rahman has composed the music. Hit numbers such as Holi Re and Rasiya along with the other songs of the film will be exclusively available to only those who tune in to the radio channel. Each song will be aired exclusively on Radio Mirchi.

Speaking about the association, Radio Mirchi Mumbai’s Station Head, Hitesh Sharma, said, “Our tie-up with Mangal Pandey once again reiterates our commitment to our listeners to deliver the best in entertainment.”

A host of contests are also lined up on Radio Mirchi preceding the film’s release on August 12. Prizes include meeting lead actor Aamir Khan himself. Apart from this, the cast of the film will visit Radio Mirchi studios for exclusive interviews on air.

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