Mumbai :What did Akshay Kumar do for a living before he realized his dreams as an actor? How did Aamir Khan prepare for his character in Mangal Pandey? When did Gulzaarsaab think of penning down, “Tujhse Naraaz Nahi Zindagi”? Questions intriguing every Bollywood film lover are now answered by your very own filmy RJ’s Rani and Ketan on the afternoon show aptly titled ‘BIG STAR from every Zamaana’ weekdays, taking you on a Bollywood journey from 2:00pm – 4:00pm. The show airs across 36 Stations of the networks Hindi speaking markets.
Each afternoon, at the strike of 2:00pm RJ’s Rani and Ketan embark on a journey that pans out the life and times of some of our most endearing cinema icons. Listeners are regaled with grapevine from movie sets to recording studios to vanity vans. To add to the romantic trivia are the songs from that very generation. personally selected by the RJ’s, the songs enthral and tell a story that defines the struggles, challenges, triumphs and endeavours of the Bollywood stars in discussion.
As the name suggests, ‘Big Star from Every Zamaana’ focuses on eminent icons that have entertained us over several generations. Be it Dilip Kumar, Kareena Kapoor or Anand Bakshi, each of this nation’s favourite cine-stars are put up on the pedestal and treated with great love and respect. The two hour show commemorates the contribution of these generous icons who have welcomed the masses to their colourful and vibrant world.
Speaking on the occasion, Viplove Gupte, National Programming Head, 92.7 BIG FM said, “The Big Star journey gives answers to everything the nation wanted to know about Bollywood and the people who make it! RJ’s Rani and Ketan have in their own unique way have given the show a flavour that is pleasant, warm and welcoming. The show, recently launched is already garnering a lot of listeners and has touched the hearts of many a cinestar and their families. This is part of our endeavour to treat the our listeners across the nation to entertainment that they desire!”
The show – BIG STAR from Every Zamana airs, Monday – Saturday between 2:00 – 4:00 pm, tune in!