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Star Pravah to air four-hour special to welcome 2015

MUMBAI: Star India’s Marathi general entertainment channel Star Pravah is all set to air a four-hour special, ‘Ye Re Ye Re 15’, to welcome the New Year.

The star-studded evening on 31 December from 8 pm onwards will see the entire Star Pravah family coming together to celebrate the New Year bash.

Star Pravah programming head Jayesh Patil said, “The viewers are very well acquainted with Star Pravah characters and their nature. ‘Ye Re Ye Re 15’ will give a pleasant shock to our viewers when they will witness their favourite characters perform in full zest. In the coming year, Star Pravah shows will undergo a makeover followed by transition in the lives of our viewers’ favourite characters. A glimpse of these changes will be seen in the fascinating performances at ‘Ye Re Ye Re 15’. We are confident that our viewers will definitely appreciate our New Year gift.”

The event will see Star Pravah’s leading pairs presenting dance performances on romantic medleys, Indo-western, retro and Bollywood numbers, choreographed by dancer Ajinkya Shinde.

Going beyond regular content, Star Pravah has taken a peek into the lives of its different consumers by depicting the flair with which they celebrate New Year Eve with community support.

The performances by key duos will be interspersed with comic acts by popular actors like Digamber Naik, Sanket Bhosale, Abhijit Chavan and Suhas Paranjape. Actor and dancer Amruta Khanvilkar will perform to Indo-western tunes, while singer Adarsh Shinde will showcase his foot-tapping numbers. Moreover, in an interesting act, all the antagonists from Star Pravah shows will be interrogated at a time.