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'OMG! Yeh Mera India' returns to HistoryTV18 with season 7

MUMBAI: This Holi, viewers of HistoryTV18 are in for a colourful treat. India’s longest-running hit factual entertainment series, OMG! Yeh Mera India marks its return to TV screens with a vibrant new season starting Monday, 29 March at 8 pm.

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Popular K-Drama Kill Me Heal Me now in Hindi

MUMBAI: Korean drama series are now a rage among young millennials in India and bringing these K-Drama lovers closer to interesting shows is One Take Media Co. The super-hit Korea drama series Kill Me Heal Me is now in India and that too in the Hindi language.

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Paree’s integration with Pyar Tune Kya Kiya aims to set a progressive narrative

While most youth-focused brands now prefer to market themselves digitally, where most of their core audience is, homegrown sanitary pad maker Paree is counting on a TV show to strike a chord with its TG.

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Guest column: Is FTA ready for format shows?

FTA Channels in the prequel era, before they left the space, had for the first time opened up a world of eyeballs and revenue that was being under-served and built successful revenues and business models.

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Vidnet attendee Richie Mehta wins Emmy for Delhi Crime

Netflix series Delhi Crime won the Best Drama Series at the 2020 International Emmy Awards. The series features Shefali Shah, Rasika Dugal, Adil Hussain, Rajesh Tailang in key roles and is based on the Delhi police' painstaking investigation in the 16 December 2012 gang rape case in the capital.

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