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A tale of jilted lovers, a high voltage goon chase and drama that will definitely make the audiences shed a tear. Relive the best of the 70’s era with Hum Kisise Kum Naheen, as Zee Classic with its proposition Woh Zamaana Kare Deewana will air this 1977 release, as a part of ‘Nasir Hussain Film Festival’ on Sunday, 14th January 2018 at 12 noon.

Produced and Directed by Nasir Hussain, Hum Kisise Kum Naheen has an ensemble cast, comprising of Rishi Kapoor, Kajal Kiran, Tariq Khan with supporting artists Amjad Khan, Zeenat Aman, Om Shiv Puri and Tom Alter playing pivotal roles. This 1977 release is a Bollywood masala movie which has action, romance and drama galore. Talking of masala movies one cannot help but think of the pioneering man – Nasir Hussain who introduced this genre to Bollywood. Along with this super hit formula that defines present day ‘Bollywood’ movies, no Nasir Hussain movie could ever be complete without foot-tapping music or romantic songs; that was typical of the musical entertainer that the legendary man was.

Remember the song Bachna Aye Haseeno, whose remixed version happens to be a party anthem even today? Or, ‘Kya Hua Tera Wada’ which is sung by almost every heart-broken lover? Bringing the best of pop-culture from the 70’s, this Nasir Hussain movie – Hum Kisise Kum Naheen features songs by veteran singers Mohammad Rafi, Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhonsle including Bachna Ae Haseeno, Yeh Ladka Hai Allah Kaisa Hai, Hai Agar Dushman (Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahi) and Mil Gaya Hum Ko Saathi to name a few. While the music of Mamamia was used as the inspiration for Mil Gaya Hum Ko Saathi, ABBA’s Honey Honey also features in the movie and can be seen playing in the background just before the song ‘Kya Hua Tera Waada’ begins.

Hum Kisise Kum Naheen begins with a wealthy man who sells his entire estate in Africa and converts it to diamonds. He carries them in a belt, when he suffers a heart attack in the rest-room, he requests a passer-by to deliver the diamonds to his son, Rajesh (Rishi Kapoor) which ends up in a bicycle toolbox that belongs to Sanjay Kumar (Tariq Khan). Meanwhile, Saudagar Singh (Amjad Khan) the antagonist sends his goons to find the diamonds.

The movie is packed with love, drama and revenge where star-crossed lovers try their best to meet, whilst a son looks for the diamonds bequeathed to him by his father and gets trapped in a web of lies.

Will Rajesh manage to find the diamonds his father left behind or will Saudagar Singh outwit him and get hold of them? Will parted lovers finally find each other?

To catch this action-packed drama tune-in to Zee Classic on 14th January 2018 at 12 noon as a part Nasir Hussain Film Festival

Across generations in India, there is an age-old Indian adage that goes, ‘Padhoge Likhoge Banoge Nawab, Kheloge Kudoge Banoge Kharab’. This has become a motto to encourage youngsters to single-mindedly study hard in order to be successful.

Challenging this societal norm, Star Sports’ new film emphatically states, ‘Kheloge kudoge toh banoge lajawab’, a new motto for India’s youth to follow. The film has been launched to promote the pioneering initiative of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Government of India, “Khelo India School Games”, which will be broadcast on the Star Sports network and Hotstar, beginning January 31st, 2018.

Through a series of dramatic sequences of various sports, and a moving script, the film is a call for youngsters to pursue sports alongside education. The film features Indian sports heroes such as badminton player P Gopichand, tennis star Leander Paes, Indian football captain Sunil Chhetri, Olympic badminton silver medalist PV Sindhu, Olympic wrestling bronze medalist Sakshi Malik, renowned Paralympic athlete Deepa Malik, hockey player Sardara Singh, Kabaddi player Rahul Chaudhari, and gymnast Dipa Karmakar.

Sports stars will emerge from every corner of this country,” says the Hon’ble Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Col. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore in the film. “Let’s strengthen the culture of sports,” he continues, encapsulating the theme of the Khelo India School Games.

Film Credits:

Creative Agency: Star Sports creative communications team

Concept, lyrics and story: Vikas Dubey

Music director: Hanif Shaikh

This January, witness the compelling rivalry between two US -based bridal shops on FYI TV18 every Saturday and Sunday at 8PM

It is every bride’s dream to walk down the aisle looking gracious, elegant and the most beautiful they have ever looked. Best in Bridal aims to fulfil this wish of the gorgeous soon-to-be brides in Chicago. The show follows two Illinois-based bridal shops run by Dave Gaffke and Shelley Murray, with two very different approaches. Dave Gaffke runs Complete Bridal; a successful salon owned and curated by him and his all-male team. And, down the street lies Shelley’s Bridal Couture, an all-female, more traditional and no nonsense boutique managed by Shelley Murray, Dave's competitor and former boss. With an explosive rivalry between the two shops, viewers will see how Dave and Shelley strive to outwit and out-sell each other in the exciting, and sometimes glamorous, world of bridal retail.

The 14 episodic series, will witness how Dave and Shelley battle it out to see who has what it takes to score the most clients and sales, all with keeping the dreams and goals of each woman's special day at heart. From Dave’s all-male consulting team, to Shelley’s traditional sales techniques, the brides will discover which diverse shopping experience best suits their bridal needs.

Each episode will feature three brides, and their demanding entourage, as they try to find the perfect wedding gown for their big day. Viewers will see a myriad of dresses – from budget to high-end to the latest trends – as well as learn the history behind bridal design staples and the best possible fits for every shape and size.

Tune into FYI TV18 to witness all the excitement of the brides of Chicago every Saturday and Sunday at 8PM

93.5 Red FM, India’s most awarded and largest private radio network continues to enhance the experience of its listeners and has now come up with a Red FM app which can be used by the users on the go.

The mobile application has been designed keeping in mind the connected device eco system that today’s listeners are living in. The stand out factor is that the audience gets their content as an itemized piece of audio as a stream. With this technology, there is an ease in the process of ‘you get what you want and when you want it’. Itemization of on-air content creates flexibility and allows the listeners to exercise control over the audio content of their choice.

Nisha Narayanan, COO 93.5 Red FM said, ‘The target audience today is constantly on their phones and are using all kinds of apps for activities that makes their life easier. The Red FM app cuts away from the usual practice of radio content which has a low shelf life and when broadcasted once disappears. Strategically the app works as a great retention strategy where it can be reused on other platforms like mobile and social media. This ensures that the audience can catch up even if they have missed it during the live broadcast. The content can be further re-shared reaching out to the millions of audiences across. Red FM App is not a music streaming app or on-air FM product stream.”

Red FM mobile application is an entirely new way to reiterate the tagline of ‘Bajaate Raho’ where one can get entertained with handpicked curated content from localized Red FM station. The content is such that it can be consumed while on the go and is flexible of time and place. The application has primarily four sections LISTEN, WATCH, EXPLORE and FOR YOU.

The LISTEN screen helps you to catch up with your favourite comedy capsules like BAUAA, MAWALI BHAI, BAND BAJEGA, SUKUMAR AVISHWAS interviews and all the best infotainment content presented by your favorite jock. It also includes options of skip, rewind, pause; and share stuff through the social media handles.

The WATCH section presents the best of all Bollywood interviews, behind-the-mike stories, exclusive Red FM digital delights like YE KAR KE DIKHAO pranks, CARNAMA, MOVIE REVIEW and some exciting videos.

The EXPLORE section curated by team features a mash-up of some 'must-watch' and 'must-listen' viral content.

The FOR YOU section helps you to subscribe to your favorite category so that you can be instantly intimated on fresh content upload.

Salient Feature of app

A user can listen to his favourite RJ content anywhere, anytime by selecting the city of his choice

Hyper Local podcast for every Red FM cities are represented and a user can toggle around from one city to another

Watch the best of video content of the Red FM Network- from your favourite star Interviews to funny pranks, on-air behind the scene

New Categories for 2018: Best Extended News Coverage, Best Drama Feature, Best Music Feature, Best News Feature, Best Sports Feature, Best Mini-Series, Best Original Music, Best Digital Documentary, and Best Digital Special Event

World-wide since 1982, New York Festivals International Radio Program Awards is now open for entries.

For 2018, New York Festivals offered a category reorganization addressing the growing spectrum of platform and genres. The competition added additional categories with respect to today’s radio industry.

“From podcasts to audio books and every length in-between, today’s radio audiences are thoroughly invested in listening. Our new categories embrace that dynamic participation and emphasize the wide range of engaging topics storytellers everywhere are exploring,” said Rose Anderson, Vice President and Executive Director of New York Festivals International Radio Program Awards.

New categories for 2018 include: Best Digital Documentary, Best Digital Special Event, Best Original Music and Miniseries. The competition also expanded the number of categories focusing on journalism to include Best Extended News Coverage, Best Drama Feature, Best Music Feature, Best News Feature, and Best Sports Feature.

“When you talk about the media landscape, there is no doubt that Digital has been transformative in every way imaginable. So, this year, we renamed the existing Online and Satellite groups to Digital and augmented that content area with Best Digital Documentary and Best Digital Special Event. Our Advisory Board has been a great help in making sure we continue to recognize innovation and excellence,” said Ms. Anderson.

NYF’s Radio Awards enlists jurists from all over the world to become members of their world-class Grand Jury, who include some of the most world’s recognizable voices and captivating content producers in the radio industry. Entries are judged on production values, organization, presentation of information, creativity, and use of the medium.

The International Radio Program Awards receives entries from radio stations, networks, and independent producers from over 30 countries around the globe. The mission of the competition is to honor the World’s Best Radio Programs℠.

In the 2017 competition, the following entries were honored with the New York Festivals Grand Award: “World Cup '66” TBI Media United Kingdom; “Blackout” DMC Studio Argentina; and “The Messenger” Behind the Wire and The Wheeler Centre Australia. RTÉ Radio Ireland earned Broadcaster of the Year and TBI Media United Kingdom earned Production Company of the Year.

Since 1990, NYF and the United Nations Department of Public Information have offered the opportunity for the competition’s entrants to be awarded the United Nations Department of Public Information Award. This prestigious award honors radio that best exemplifies the ideals and goals of the United Nations.

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