'Lage Raho Mithunda' on Set Max from 15 to 26 Jan

MUMBAI: Set Max is all set to roll out a two week special film festival 'Lage Raho Mithunda' dedicated to king of disco dancing Mithun Chakraborty from 15 to 31 January every Monday to Friday at 5 pm.

Max has slated titles like Agneepath, Kasam Paida Karnewale Ki, Daata, Pyar Ka Devtaa, Pyar Ka Mandir and Mujrim.

Max business head Sneha Rajani said, "Lage Raho Mithunda is a festival dedicated to our dancing star Mithun Chakraborty. Keeping to our promise of bringing to our viewers the best and the biggest of movies, Max plans to make you deewana with a package of Mithun movies that have a blend of emotion, action, drama, romance and some great music."

Mithun said, "It is a great honour to have a top-class movie channel like Max dedicate a festival to me. Some of the films to be screened during the ?Lage Raho Mithunda' festival are my personal favorites like Disco Dancer, Mujrim and Agneepath. I am happy that Max continues to bring the best of Bollywood to all its viewers by showcasing such movies."

Lage Raho Mithunda will showcase 10 of Mithun Chakraborty's superhit movies in thefollowing trend:

Date Movie
15 January Disco Dancer
16 January Daata
17 January Pyar Ka Devta
18 January Kasam Paida Karna Wale Ki
19 January Commando
22 January Dance Dance
23 January Mujrim
24 January Pyar Ka Mandir
25 January Boxer
26 January Agneepath

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