Zee Talkies’ Dubsmash Contest – a Hit with the Audience



Mumbai, August 03, 2015: Fans of Marathi Cinema were recently treated to a fun contest to showcase their love for Marathi Cinema. Zee Talkies, India’s premier Marathi Channel, held a Dubsmash contest that received phenomenal results from their enthusiastic viewers. Videos from fans where pouring in with approximately 112 entries in a single day. Of the 1000 entries received, 188 lucky winners were chosen and awarded.


Zee Talkies is the only channel to initiate such an innovative contest and challenge its audience. The contest created a lot of buzz, with its official Facebook page gaining an increase of upto 38,000 followers and close to 3.34m impressions. Fans recorded videos with entertaining dialogues and songs from some of their favorite Marathi movies.  Famous actors like Sonalee Kulkarni, Manasi Naik, Shruti Marathi, Sanskruti Balgude, Adinath Kothare, Aniket Vishawasrao, Suyash Tilak, Deepali Sayyad, Neha Pendse and Pooja Sawant also posted their entertaining Dubsmash videos, which the audience enjoyed.


Zee Talkies have maintained their promise to provide the best in entertainment for their viewers and is now basking in the glory of its success. The channel has planned many such activities in the future and is a pioneer in the Marathi segment to explore and connect with its audience on the digital platform.


About Zee Talkies:

A 24 hour movie channel, launched with the exclusive objective to build reach of Marathi cinema across Maharashtra, today also stands as the No.1 Marathi movie Channel of Maharashtra. The channel reaches out to about 20 million people across Maharashtra on a weekly average basis. Zee Talkies owns the biggest library of Marathi masterpieces. Right from the old classics like ‘Sadhi Manase’, ‘Jagachya Pathiwar’, ‘Chhatrapati Shivaji’, ‘Molkarin’, ‘Gulacha Ganpati’ to the most critically acclaimed movies like ‘Natrang’ and ‘Shwaas’. It showcases all the following blockbusters from the world of Marathi Cinema ranging from ‘Ashi hi Banva Banv’i to ‘Duniyadaari’ to ‘Lai Bhaari’.