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Zee Muzic anchors to host Promax Awards

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- Roshni Chopra & Mayank Anand turn anchors for live show -

New Delhi, July 7, 2006: Zee Muzic anchors Roshni Chopra and Mayank Anand, will host The Annual Promax Awards this year. Roshni hosts Cinemascope on Zee Muzic, while Mayank hosts the popular show Cine Song.

Speaking about her excitement on anchoring the Promax awards, Roshni Chopra said, ?I am very comfortable with the idea of hosting a show, as I do Cinemascope on Zee Muzic. However, a live show is a different ball game altogether. There is a lot of energy & excitement as it is happening then & there. I am looking forward to the awards.?

About Roshni Chopra

Roshni Chopra began her career as a PR executive for a well known PR firm, but destiny led her to the entertainment field. She was signed on as the anchor for Cinemascope, a daily show on Zee Muzic that takes the viewers through the latest films that are due for release, sprinkled with lots of anecdotes and gossip from Bollywood. Smart, perky, sexy & intelligent, Roshni thrives on meeting people and interacting with them. Today, she is one of the lead actors in ?Kasamh Se? on Zee TV and continues being one of the Hottest anchors on Zee Muzic.

About Mayank Anand

Educated in Chicago, in English Writing & Theatre performance, Mayank Anand moved to Mumbai a couple of years ago to pursue a career in acting. Cine Song on Zee Muzic was his first show as an anchor, which gives our viewers the best scenes and songs of their favorite movies in just one hour. He is also a part of the ensemble cast of Bombay Talking on Zee Cafe. He has a natural flair for interviews and to chat up celebrities. Today, he's one of the most sought after anchors on Zee Muzic.

About Zee Muzic

Newer, brighter, colourful and a brand new look? That?s Zee Muzic! Zee Muzic is a 24-hour music channel from Zee Network. The target audience being SEC ABC, 15-34 yrs, Zee Muzic is on a mission to reinvent itself. The glossier & brighter Zee Muzic in its current form reaches out to Australia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Fiji, Hong King, Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Japan, Maldives, Thailand & Middle East. A separate beam of Zee Muzic is also available in UK & US. With brand new shows and vignettes, the programming aims to carve a separate niche for itself in the arena of music channels. The USP of the channel is its Bollywood content and with some innovative programming and fresh content, the aim is to create a recall value amongst consumers. It promises to get you addicted!

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