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Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Tapadyuti Dutta, Shreyan Bhattacharya, Ronita Banerjee and others stormed Zee Bangla Dadagiri Program
Tapadyuti Dutta, Shreyan Bhattacharya, Ronita Banerjee and others stormed Zee Bangla Dadagiri Program.
Sourav Ganguly brought the child contestants in the Zee Bangla Dadagiri program on 10th August, 2013. Ranita Banerjee, Swapnanil Sarkar, Tapadyuti Sarkar, Asmee Ghosh, Subhankar Sarkar and Shreyan Bhattacharya are big stars of Zee Bangla Channel. Some are good singers, others are comedy experts and actors.
Sourav Ganguly asked Tapadyuti Dutta to say a joke as he was a star of Zee Bangla Mirakkel Program. Swapnanil Sarkar was asked by Sourav Ganguly why was he called Sandesh. He said his elder brother is called mithai, so his parents called him by sweet name.
Sourav Ganguly asked Shreyan Bhattacharya to sing a song. He sang Manna Dey’s song “shashikanto tumi dekchi asortake korle mati” which he had sung early also in Zee Bangla Saregamapa Little Champs Program. Ronita Banerjee sang a chorus song with Shreyan Bhattacharya and Shubhankar Sarkar, titled “ghore jaisi chal, hathi jaisi doom”.
Sourav Ganguly askd Asmee Ghosh whether she had the curly hair naturally made. She said yes. She had acted in the Bengali serial Sati. Swapnanil Sarkar also sang the song “balam pichkari”.
In the slog over round, Ronita Banerjee answered the maximum number of answers. She won the prize for scoring the fastest 50 in the show. Swapnanil Sarkar knew a number of answers but due to the fact of not knowing how to press the buzzer first he could not answer them.
At the end of the show Ronita Banerjee became the champion of the competition. Sourav Ganguly showed some batting stunts to Subhankar Sarkar because he said he played in the cricket stadium in Kalyani. His father was his coach.
Sourav Ganguly showed his wit in conducting the program because it is very difficult to keep the child contestants in good mood.