Sunday, November 5, 2017

Aneek and Ujjaini won the Zee Bangla Dadagiri Program.

Aneek and Ujjaini won the Zee Bangla Dadagiri Program. On 4th November, 2017, Sourav Ganguly brought eminent singers in Zee Bangla Dadagiri Program. The singers included Aneek and Ujjaini in one team, Imon Chatterjee and Sanchita in another team, Imon and Shovan Ganguly in another team, Durnibar and Mekhala in another team, Saptak and his team and Tirtha and his team. Imon Chatterjee and Sanchita sang the song “humma, humma, humma, humma, humma”. In the first round the question was a celebrity who had featured in many reality shows in Zee Bangla. Most of the participants gave the answer as Sourav Ganguly. But the answer was Shubhankar Chatterjee, the director of Zee Bangla Dadagiri Program. Aneek and Ujjaini challenged the questions of other participants and got big number of points. They scored the fastest 50 points. Sourav Ganguly asked the name of the singer who in the recent past disguised himself and sang in the streets. The participants were supposed to name the singer. It was Sonu Nigam and Saptak and his team gave the right answer. Saptak sang the song “jawan mai hoon, jawan tum bhi ho” with his team. At the end of the show Saptak and his team also crossed 50 points and became second. They answered the maximum questions in the slog over round and became second.Surnibar sang the song "ei niralay kunjachayay".
Aneek was asked to answer a audio voice of a singer singing a Punjabi folk song. It was an uncommon song. Aneek took a wild guess and said it was the song of a non-singer and it was Harbhajan Singh. The answer was correct and Sourav Ganguly confirmed that. Tirtha and his team sang a folk song on the request of Sourav Ganguly. Mekhala sang Geeta Dutt’s song “Tumi je amar ogo tumi je amar”. Sourav Ganguly asked all the participants in turns to sing songs of their choice. Most of the participants reached the finals of Zee Bangla Saregamapa program and are known faces for the audience. Sourav Ganguly anchored the program in style.

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