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StarOne unveils Milind Soman production 'Ghost Bana Dost'

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MUMBAI: Star One has launched Ghost Bana Dost, produced by model Milind Soman's Face Entertainment, the show will premiere on Tuesday, 19 December at 8.30 pm.

As general entertainment channels seem to be inclined towards introducing children's programming to their weekly line up, this story runs along the theme of a rich orphan kid, Dabboo aka Adil Baadshah. Living under the care of his uncle, Vichittar aka Manoj Joshi and his wife Tejo ji aka Sushmita Mukherjee, the boy is ill treated and their only interest is towards his money. Dabboo's saviour emerges in Ni Ke (Nikhil Kedarnath) aka Manish Paul - the friendly ghost who helps him in time of need. Togther they pull off loads of other fascinating stunts ? as everyone watches him wonder struck, states an official release.

Star India Pvt. Ltd. senior creative director Shailja Kejriwal said, "We are very excited to launch Ghost Bana Dost as we have all been curious about ghosts as kids and this show captures the child within each one of us. This is a show that will appeal to everyone with Ni.Ke as the endearing lonely ghost who becomes the 'super-bhoot' and makes a meek child a 'super-boy'. We hope it will win the hearts of our audiences!"

Sharing details on the show, Face Entertainment producer Milind Soman says "We are thrilled to be launching our first show on Star One. Ghost Bana Dost is about a frightened little boy whose life changes when a "cool dude" ghost befriends him. Every child has a Dabboo in him and deep inside also longs for a magical friend like the "full of life" ghost in this show. As a child I always looked for fun, magic, and fantasy and through Ghost Bana Dost with it's marvelous special effects and compelling narrative I think we have succeeded in bringing this to Indian television in a way never been seen before."

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