RJ Simran makes a comeback on Big Delhi 92.7 FM

MUMBAI: The private FM player Big 92.7 FM has roped in Delhi's own celebrated RJ, Simran Kohli, to host a flagship show Nau Baje Ki Setting. 

Earlier this year Kholi had taken a break from RJ'ing to set up a Radio Management Academy. According to an official release, Kholi is here on Big 92.7 FM to give Delhi a taste of something nobody's ever heard, felt or dealt with ever before, on any radio station.

Nau Baje Ki Setting will broadcast everyday at 9:30 pm to 10:30 pm, which will see Kholi playing cupid to lovelorn listeners unable to profess their love, and bailing them out of their dilemma. 

Kholi started her radio career way back in 1995 at AIR Delhi with the hugely popular Street Talk 10 show, which she did for nearly five years. In 2002, she had joined Radio Mirchi as the programming head in Delhi, and spent nearly three years in Mirchi.

After her stint with Radio Mirchi, she joined Red FM as the creative head and the Breakfast Show jock, re-launching Red FM with a new attitude, character and tagline. She also worked as a freelance producer with the BBC, Hum FM Dubai and other Radio Stations across the world on various projects.

She has also decided to pen down all her learning's in a series of 10 books called Understanding Radio.


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