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Star Jalsha, Jalsha Movies to go HD from April 14

13-April-2016
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Star Jalsha, Jalsha Movies to go HD from April 14

Star India will be launching Star Jalsha HD and Jalsha Movies HD to further strengthen its position in the regional genre. The channels will go on-air on ‘PoilaBaisakh’ – the Bengali New Year that falls on April 14, 2016.

The Bengali audience will be able to watch shows including Mahanayak- A 100 episode serieson the life and times of a famous actor starring Prosenjit Chatterjee, Bhakter Bhagwan Shri Krishna, Kiranmala, Star Jalsha Parivaar Awards and Khoka Babu with better clarity in high definition. 

The channel will telecast movies like Arshi Nagar (A land of mirrors), Ki Kore Toke Bolbo and Power.

Speaking on the launch of the two HD channels, Kevin Vaz, General Manager – Star Jalsha and Jalsha Movies said, “We have always strived to better the experience of our viewers and we truly believe that the launch of the HD channel is the logical step forward in that direction.” He further added “Now viewers will be able to view their favourite shows and movies in richer colors, with greater clarity making images sharper. With not one, but two HD channel launches in one day we have again redefined the television viewing experience in Bengal. ”

Star Jalsha HD, and Jalsha Movies HD will be available on all the leading carriers like Tata Sky, Airtel, Manthan, GTPLKCBPL, Digi Cable, Siti, Meghbhala Digital, DEN, Hathaway and AMBC.

To showcase greater clarity, sharper images, and rich colours; the HD advertisements were shot with a Phantom camera for the first time in Bengal.  

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