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Abir Chatterjee hosted Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’s new season to launch on June 11

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Singing reality show ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ is ready to take the audience on a musical ride. Hosted by Tolly heartthrob Abir Chatterjee, the show will start its journey on June 11.

While Abir, who made his debut as a host with this reality show’s last season will be the anchor, ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ will welcome Shantanu Moitra as the judge alongside Srikanta Acharya. Both of them are associated with the show for quite some time now. Shantanu, however, was missing in the last season. Besides them, Richa Sharma and Pt. Ajoy Chakraborty will join them in the panel of judges. Iman Chakraborty, Raghab Chatterjee, Jojo and Monomoy will be the mentors.

Meanwhile, passionate singers across the state and neighbouring ones had appeared in the audition rounds held by team ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’. From the huge turn up, only a chosen few will be seen taking part in the grand audition to ensure their place in the competition.

Viewers are looking forward to the show’s launch which will replace Sourav Ganguly hosted ‘Dadagiri Unlimited Season 9’. ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ is one of the most popular singing reality shows on Indian television which has been launched in different regional channels and enjoyed a good response. The Bengali edition isn’t an exception. Giving a tough fight to all other non-fiction shows and daily soaps which are being aired for 7 days, the weekend show scores well on the TRP charts. It will be interesting to see whether the new season continues the legacy.

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