ABP Majha to launch special documentary show amid R-Day celebration

ABP Majha to launch special documentary show amid R-Day celebration

The nine-part series will be broadcasted from 26th January and will be on air till 22 March.

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MUMBAI: Amid the 71st Republic Day celebration, the regional Marathi news channel-- ABP Majha -- is all set to launch a new show, ‘Aaple Bharat Ratna’. Scheduled to release on 26 January, the weekly show will be on-air till 22 March on each Sunday at 9 pm and repeat telecast every Saturday at 6 pm.

According to a press release, the objective of the show is to honour the Maharashtrians, who have been recognised by the highest civilian award of India such as Maharshi Karve, PV Kane, Vinoba Bhave, Lata Mangeshkar, Sanchin Tendulkar, Nanaji Deshmukh, Dr. BR Ambedkar, JRD Tata, and Bhimsen Joshi.

ABP Majha will show the documentary detailing the life & works of all those Maharashtrians, who have made extraordinary contributions to various fields of human endeavour in the form of 9 episodes.

The Aaple Bharat Ratna series will be hosted by a renowned anchor, Atul Gogavale, a celebrated music director of the Ajay-Atul fame. Ajay and Atul are the music alias of Indian music director-composer duo brothers. they have won the Best Music Direction award at the 56th National Film Awards from the Government for contributing music to the Marathi film Jogwa in 2008.

ABP News Network chief executive officer Avinash Pandey said, “Through this show, we want to make Republic Day even more memorable for the viewers. Many illustrious Maharashtrians in different walks of life have left an indelible mark on the nation, and our endeavour is to celebrate their legacy.”

He added, “We are honoured to take the viewers through an immersive journey of these real-life superheroes and inspire them through their stories. Over the years, ABP Majha has established a special connect with the Marathi audience through dedicated, local content. ‘Aaple Bharat Ratna’ is another such attempt to bind with our viewers.”