Bhojpuri GEC Big Ganga is launching Muraitha Maidan, a game show, leading to excitement among the audience. The hour-long family offering will be hosted by Bhojpuri icon Rahul Singh every Monday to Wednesday at 7pm from March 8, allowing families and to participate on ground as well as present viewers a chance to win exciting prizes.
Big Ganga has received an unprecedented number of entries from viewers across the region.
The audition process, too, was filled with fun as families show their wit, intelligence and humour. Once selected, a family of three (male, female and kid) will begin their journey. The show will see the anchor introduce two families in true Bhojpuriya style through the ‘Swagat Dwar’, while celebrating the tradition of Chumavan with Sil and Lodha. Participants will then enter with Muraitha, which is a symbol of pride.
Divided into a host of rounds, the very first one titled Chor Sipahi is for kids where the winner gets the chance to win Rs 2,100 to Rs 10,000 cash whereas the Kattam Kuttam and Khela Pacchisi rounds cater to women and men, respectively, and give an opportunity to the winner to take home a cash prize of Rs 10K. Kuber Gagri is another round that can be played by the entire family together as they show just how good a team they are as they look to win Rs 20,000 cash prize.
Every show winner will get Maur, which will be given to the family member who contributes the maximum amount. In addition to that a weekly winner will get Maur on their head while the show winner will be gratified with Simaur.
Spanning over eight weeks, the show will have weekly winners who, along with Winner A and B, will battle in the semi-final taking place in two parts. This will be followed by the finale week where the semi-finalists will be seen going head-to-head. The game show will give a chance to participants to win exciting prizes. Making the show more exciting, the trio Manoj Tiger, along with two kids and Bhojpuri favourite dwarves Ae Ji and Oo Ji, will be the star entertainers.
Amarpreet Singh Saini, Business Head, Zee Biskope and Big Ganga, said, “The huge response witnessed over the past few days is a glowing testament to the novelty and mass appeal that we aim to bring through our shows. Along with it being a family-game show, we also are looking to bridge the existing gap in the market that sees a death of content that allows the audience to participate. As a brand that keeps the preferences of the viewer as a cornerstone, we are proud to have curated a show that meets their demands and entertains them.”