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Zee TV’s ‘India’s best–Cinestars ki khoj’ completes phase one

26-May-2004
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Zee TV’s ‘India’s best–Cinestars ki khoj’ completes phase one

Zee TV’s ‘India’s best–Cinestars ki khoj’ has culminated its first phase. The talent hunt has finished first four cities Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Kanpur and Lucknow.

Speaking on the occasion, Sunil Khanna, President, Zee TV, said, “We had expected immense response. But what we witnessed in the first four cities was overwhelming. All the four centres have made us very bullish about the expected response in the other cities. The talent that exists in our country is enough to make anyone proud.”

After choosing the best from Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Kanpur, Lucknow, ‘Cinestar ki khoj’ moves to the next set of cities Bhopal, Baroda, Jaipur and Bangalore. The auditions in these cities started yesterday and the finalist will be chosen in the final event on the May 26.

Mumbaikars get ready for their ‘big break’ starting June 2, 2004. India’s Best is the nationwide talent hunt for Bollywood. Following Sahara’s Mr and Ms Bollywood, this is the second talent hunt to go on-ground. Others in the pipeline are from channels like STAR Plus and MTV.

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