Star Plus to launch Survivor India on 6 January

Niraj Rathod

29 Oct 2011
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Star India's Hindi general entertainment channel Star Plus is set to launch new adventure reality show, Survivor India, on 6 January.

The tagline of the show, 'Jo Tikega, Itihaas Likhega'/ Kya Jee Paoge, is a testimony that only the fittest, the grittiest and the ruthless will survive and will be the ultimate winner of this show.

The show is the Indian adaptation of the International series- Survivors and Miditech is producing it for the channel. It will air every Saturday- Sunday at 9 pm.

Star India business head- Hindi channels Nitin Vaidya said, "Star Plus has brought its viewers the ultimate reality formats, whether international or home grown. It was time for us to present another breakthrough concept on the Indian television and hence Survivor India is the perfect New Year gift for our viewers."

"We have always wanted to explore and bring new things, different kind of experience for our viewers. Survivor India is a different kind of reality show. In last two years Star Plus has brought in differentiated content and show formats like- Sach Ka Samna, Masterchef India. By launching Survivor India, we are living upto our promise of giving differentiated offerings to our viewers," he added.

Survivor India will witness 22 participants in its opening season. Some contestants are well known amongst the audience while some are not. The show has been shot in Philippines where contestants will go through physical and mental endurance for 45 days.

The opening season of Survivor India will have contestants like Payal Rohatgi, Shilpa Agnihotri, JD Majethia, Sangram Singh, Abhinav Shukla, Karan Patel, Timmy Narang, Sylvester Rodgers, Priyanka Bassi, Rajesh Khera and Munisha Khatwani.

Originated from USA Survivor has already been replicated in 48 countries around the world.

The channel has already roped in Garnier Fructis as the title sponsor for the show.
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