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Zee Bangla launches ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ for Bengali audience

06-December-2006
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Zee Bangla launches ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ for Bengali audience

After the resounding success of ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ on Zee, Zee Bangla is out to emulate its success with its own version of the popular talent hunt show. The programme would be aired Monday to Wednesday at 10 pm and would be hosted by Debojit Saha, winner of last year’s ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’, while the director is Soven Sur.

The programme aims to give budding singers an opportunity to showcase their talent and become the next singing sensation from East India. Initially 60 contestants are slated o take part in this talent hunt.

Auditions for this programme were held in different parts of West Bengal such as Siliguri, Jalpaiguri, Durgapur and Asansol. Celebrities like Shipra Basu, Ravindra Jain, Tejinder, Ajoy Chakraborty, Mitali Singh, Banasri Sen, Talat Aziz, Usha Uthup and Shantanu Mitra have been part of the panel of judges, which changes every week.

The lucky winner will get to drive home a Maruti Alto car besides a music contract with Prime Music for three years and Rs 1 lakh in cash.

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