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Alpha Punjabi launches 'Music Night'; announces September plans

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MUMBAI: Alpha TV Punjabi has announced its programme highlights for the month of September. In addition to all the popular shows currently on air, the channel is launching a new weekly show named Music Nights for Wednesdays.



According to an official release, the channel is ready to churn out interesting programmes and has added some new programmes also to its existing chart.



Alpha Punjabi is bringing for its viewers the happening party scenes in the UK with a new show Music Night. The show will cover upmarket parties attended by fans of Punjabi music and the music stars. Starting 8 September, the show will air every Wednesday at 8:30 pm.



"Alpha TV Punjabi has brought a unique show for their viewers which gives them a sneak preview of all the up market celebrations and parties being held anywhere in UK and which has "saada Punjab" in it," informs the release.



Alpha Punjabi, which has recently introduced the viewers' choice feature for its Saturday blockbusters, has lined up movies Baagi Surme, Lalkaren Sheran De, Kee Banu Duniyan Da and Sawa Lakh Te Ekk Ladao for viewers to choose from. This Sunday the channel is airing the superhit Punjabi movie Mela starring Girja Shanker, Chandani and Sardar Sohi.



Sudesh Lahiri portrays the character of Yamraj, in the most popular comedy show Alpha Gaddi, on 11 September at 7:30 pm. In Saada Campus anchor Jasmin Bhatti takes the viewers to the Girls College, Shimlay to probe into what is the latest in the students circle out there. This episode will be aired on 9 September at 8 pm.



The celebrity show Meriyan Gallan Mere Geet this week will feature Muscat based singer Zila Khan, daughter of legendary sitarist Ustaad Vilayat Khan through its programme on 12 September at 7:30 pm. Another music programme Kuch Pal Tere Naa will showcase the popular singer Nachhattar Gill this week on 11 September at 8:30 pm.



Sitcom Jugnu Mast Mast has Punjabi comedian Bhagwant Mann taking part in an audition of a music company. It depicts in a delightful way the complexities involved in the whole process and how Bhagwant along with his partner Rana Ranbir takes up the issues and shows the lighter side of the problems, adds the release.



Naachi Saade Naal is a dance based show full of energy and rhythm, in which contestants from different streams and different age groups (15 years to 30 years) are short-listed and then they are invited to perform in front of an elite panel of judges. The weekly show will air 11 September at 8:00 pm.

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