RadioandMusic
| 12 Jun 2021
Shemaroo Entertainment joins hands with Facebook; launches live music based web show

MUMBAI: Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd, which is one of the leading content houses in the country, joins hands with Facebook to launch a live music-based web show ‘Kuch Kisse Kuch Kahaniyan’, the show will be hosted by one of the most popular RJs of the country RJ Anmol.

Kuch Kisse Kuch Kahaniyan’ is slated to air every Thursday at 12 PM on facebook.com/Filmigaane. In every episode, RJ Anmol will share interesting stories about Bollywood artists and musicians, their journey, popular dialogues, full-length audio-video songs and a lot more about the retro era. To add to it, he will also be interacting with his audience through live comments. ‘Kuch Kisse Kuch Kahaniyan’ is first of its kind, power packed show that offers a complete new experience to the users.

Talking about this experience, RJ Anmol shared, “It is always amazing to do something different and ‘Kuch Kisse Kuch Kahaniyan’ with its interesting format of a retro Bollywood chat show on a new-age digital medium offers exactly the same. This is our attempt to get retro fans across the globe on one platform.”

He added, “It feels great to be a part of this monumental show with Shemaroo who are one of the flag bearers of Bollywood Classics; and now with Facebook joining hands with them, we can surely say that ‘Kuch Kisse Kuch Kahaniyan’ will reach greater heights.”

Shemaroo Entertainment director Hiren Gada commented, “As team Shemaroo, we always try to think out of the box and offer our audience an unparalleled experience. ‘Kuch Kisse Kuch Kahaniyan’ is a step in that direction. There is a perception that today’s generation has limited connect with retro music. However, our experience is that they love it. We just need to bring in innovation in our offerings aided by new age technologies.”

He added, “We are excited to partner with Facebook to bring the retro revolution on a youth platform. RJ Anmol is the perfect face for the show and we are glad to have him on board.”