Aakash Aath to air series of special episodes during Durga Puja

KOLKATA:  With the celebratory onset of Durga Pujo, Aakash Aath, a Bengali infotainment channel, promises to entice the viewers with a series of special episodes.

Starting from Mahalaya till Dashami, the viewers will enjoy a plethora of programmes catering to all age groups.

“We have tried to keep a perfect mix of programme during Pujas where every age-group gets different flavours. From Sashti to Dashami we have thoughtfully planned our episodes keeping the entertainment quotient as high as possible,” said Aakash Aath director Eshita Surana.

“We have also included some special musical programme on Dashami, to herald in Shubho Bijoya on a musical note,” she added.

The FM On TV will be aired for two hours from 9 am to 11 am. The show will be conducted by the two anchors, Priyambada and Mithu. While Priyambada would be at the studio, Mithu will be anchoring from the pandals.

Filmi Pujo will show blockbuster movies from Chaturthi to Dadoshi every afternoon for eight days from 1 to 4pm.

The festivity kicks off with a special programme – Agomoni, to mark Mahalaya. It will be aired between 7 am to 9 am will feature Sreekumar Chattopadhyay and Haimanti Shukla.

Good Morning Aakash will host artistes like Manomoy Bhattacharya, Shampa Kundu and Raghav Chatterjee on Maha Sasthi, Kinjal Chatterjee, Madhura Bhattacharya and Sovon Ganguly on Maha Saptami, Sreekanta Acharya, Jayati Chakraborty and Goutam Ghoshal on Maha Ashtami.

Ustaad Rashid Khan with his daughter Suha Khan performs together for the very first time only on Aakash Aath on Maha Nabami and Maha Dashami and Rupankar, Subhomita and Somlata on Akadoshi.

Radhuni also has very interesting list of personalities who will show their culinary expertise on the sets during the Pujas.

It is further learnt that the channel will telecast a musical evening with renowned singers on Dashami as Bijoya Special from 7 pm to 8 pm.

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