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Kareena is 'ETC Haseena'

Kyon Ki……………. Kareena is the pretty N petite

Salman is ETC Super Mard

Kyon Ki…………Salman is strapping and strong

Mumbai October 24, 2005: ETC, the channel, that showcases Bollywood inside out… is now presenting exclusive shows of two of the hottest stars back to back on the same day.

While Kareena Kapoor is ETC Haseena for the first half of November 2005 sabka favorite star Salman Khan is the ETC Super Mard for the same period.

So book your seats in front of your television sets from 7.30 PM to 830PM on Tuesday 25th October 2005 and tune in to ETC. During this hour long EXCLUSIVE entertaining revelry, both the stars will speak to their fans about thier life and forthcoming film Kyon Ki…..Its Fate.

Kareena Kapoor will appear as ETC Haseena on Tuesday 25th October at 7.30 PM.

Salman Khan will be seen as Super Mard on ETC on Tuesday 25th October at 8.00pm.

ETC Haseena and ETC Super Mard are a bi-monthly slot on ETC Music where one pretty lady from Bollywood appears in two shows ‘My Pasand’ and ‘Chit Chaat’ to entertain ETC loyalists. In these half an hour shows, the heroine talks about herself and her journey in cinema. Both are informal shows which are brimming with fun, banter, laughter, information and naturally music. ETC also shows selected songs from the latest films of this Haseena.

Bollywood Ke Liye successful and Bollywood Ka Apana channel ETC is in an exclusive deal Priyadarshan’s ‘Kyon Ki……Its Fate’. Besides holding the exclusive Premier of Priyadarshan’s ‘Kyon Ki……Its Fate’ ETC is also telecasting special shows & interviews of the artiste and holding interactive road shows in Mumbai, Ahemdabad, Jaipur and Delhi.

An exclusive show ‘ETC Bada Parda’ of the premier will be held on ETC on Tuesday November 8th, 2005 from 8.30 PM.

ETC showcases Hindi film industry inside-out and takes Bollywood into the homes of its viewers through chat shows, back to back compilations, events and interactive SMS based shows.

ETC is a music based entertainment channel with music dominating more than 98% of the programming content. In all India markets, ETC enjoys the largest reach amongst all the music channels. ETC is watched by more then 30 million households.

For more information contact:

Neelam Gupta, Corporate Communication

ETC Networks Ltd

Tel: 022 - 2673 2033-7

Email: corpcomm@entertainmenttv.com www.entertainmenttv.com

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