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Romedy Now launches #Furrentines2.0 with #FurrentinesDate

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Romedy Now, synonymous with love and laughter is back with the second season of #FurrentinesDay, with India's first ever #FurrentinesDate this Valentine's Day. Aimed to create awareness and drive adoption of cats and dogs, #FurrentinesDate, a unique speed dating property will see furry ones play cupid by bringing together animal lovers celebrate their love for pets and abandoned strays and help them find love in the process. 

To be held at Cat Caf? Studio on February 14, #FurrentinesDate will see 30 Romedy Now fans & viewers(15 girls and 15 boys), with a common love for animals, bond over coffee, conversations and cute cats which are in need of a loving home. The event will be LIVE streamed to an audience of over 1.5 million on Romedy NOW?s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/events/160978344556453/).

Launched last year in association with Cat Caf? Studio & People for Animals, #FurrentinesDay is a hugely successful and unique property of Romedy Now that redefines the concept of love and encourages people to celebrate V-Day differently by celebrating love for animals and securing a merrier future for them in the process  via adoption. 

Commenting on this initiative, Entertainment Cluster at Times Network - Executive Vice President and Head, Mr. Vivek Srivastava said, ?Love knows no boundaries and Romedy Now promises exactly that. Following the success of #FurrentinesDay? last year, we wanted to further promote the cause of adoption of animals and conceptualized '#FurrentinesDate', a first-of-its kind initiative, where animals play cupid in bringing together like minded animal lovers. We are confident that coffee over conversations and cute cats will be another unforgettable experience, as we continue to spread love and laughter to our viewers.?

Additionally, Romedy NOW will be showcasing a line-up of romantic movies on 14th February to celebrate Valentine?s Day. Epic romantic movies like Cinderella, Proposal, Definitely Maybe, Love Actually will be aired all day long.

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