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etc's unplugged 'Naach Meri Jaan' to air on 26 April

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MUMBAI: While MAX gave the country forty 'mus'licks, etc prefers to rock the county with numbers from the home ground.



With the etc Naach Meri Jaan starting off on 26 April at 9 PM, the music channel plans to enthrall its weekend viewers with its musical programmes, says an official release. Armed with series of unplugged and musical feasts, etc has organized a Bollywood night out every Saturday that will be anchored by south-Indian funny man Suresh Menon and Reshma Khan.

 

 

Starting off the whole series is Remo Fernandes' musical feat to be held this Sunday, 20 April 2003 at Water Kingdom. While belting out some of his popular numbers, the Aye meri munni singer will be bogeying with the audience for two hour during the concert. The entire series of events is conducted atop the 25/25 feet large and 12 feet high stage erected on the rocks at Wetlantic and recorded via a six-camera setup.



After Remo next on the line are performances by the group Bombay Vikings and the Aika daajiba fame Vaishali Samant on 4 May, telecast the Saturday. A heavy line up of artiste has been slotted to entertain the audience, says the release. On 11 May pop singer Shweta Shetty, playback artiste Babul Supriyo and few album old Harry Anand will share the stage, while on 18 May the Kanta Laga girl Shafali Zariwala will groove to Bali Brahmbhatt's tunes numbers.



As on the 25 May, the spoof-singer Devang Patel will be incharge of providing some song and dance. Next on the list is playback singer Vinod Rathod and Kaliyon Ka Chaman's Meghna Naidu who will perform 1 June and Jaspinder Narula's on 8 June.



Besides the musical bonanza, the channel has some prizes in store for the viewers via a SMS contest. With the question of the week fielded during each episode, there are 100 prizes to be won every week besides chance of winning free tickets to the venue.

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