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HiPi ties up with Zee Bangla’s Dance Bangla Dance

Short-video platform HiPi has tied up with Zee Bengal’s dance reality show -Dance Bangla Dance to provide viewers with a steady dose of interactive content, to engage on the HiPi app.

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Zee Bangla salutes the spirit of motherhood

New Delhi: Mothers have been a symbol of care, nurturance, and sacrifice of self over others. A year into the pandemic the sheer desperation and helplessness around us have made all of us more compassionate and caring.

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Zee Bangla launches new season of Dance Bangla Dance

Zee Bangla is back with the eleventh edition of its popular dance show- Dance Bangla Dance, with actor Govinda as one of the judges. The new season will be aired at 9:30 pm on the weekends, starting this Saturday.

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Covid aid: Zee Bangla Cinema says ‘we’re there for you’ with amraachhi.org

NEW DELHI: Zee Bangla Cinema, in association with its digital partner Mind and Matter, has launched a website named Amra Achhi (amraachhi.org) which means 'We are there' to provide all Covid-related help to people in West Bengal.  The website is a one-stop destination for all information related to...

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Zee Bangla took the digital route to celebrate this years’ Poila Boishakh

MUMBAI: In keeping with the saying “Baro Mashe, Tero Parbon” (Thirteen festivals in twelve months), Bengal is undoubtedly known for its endless love for festivals and their festivities. Poila Boishakh, being the first day of the new year, is celebrated by Bengalis all over as it marks a fresh start...

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