Enterr10 Network is all set to take its viewers international this festive season by celebrating Chhath Puja in London. Bhojpuri Cinema will take the annual festive event ‘Jai Chhath Maiya’ a notch higher elevating the fervour of Chhath by celebrating the same in London on the banks of the Thames river.
The festival extravaganza which is said to be for the first time ever in the history of Bhojpuri entertainment will telecasted tomorrow at 7 PM and 21st November at 10 PM respectively on Bhojpuri Cinema.
With our festive offering of ‘Jai Chhath Maiya’, we aim to foster our bond with our viewers and take forward our commitment to present content that resonates with the region’s sentiment. In Enterr10, we believe that, the onus of igniting the festive spirit of Chhath beyond Indian borders lies upon us. We are excited to bring to our audience something that has never been done before. ‘Jai Chhath Maiya’ is an important festival for all of us as it will showcase the festive fervour of Indians settled in London. With an intriguing performance line up, we are sure to keep the audience entertained and also provide information by showcasing acts and performances.”
Manish Singhal – Managing Director – Enterr10 TV Network
The festival will feature emimnent personalities like Pawan Singh, Khesari Lal Yadav, Kajal Ragwani, Madhu Sharma, Sehar Afsha, Harshika Punecha among others from the Bhojpuri region. The 90-minute multi entertainment show will be the biggest festival of the region to go on an international level to enthrall and entertain the viewers.
The 90 minute show will be divided into 9 segments incorporating the story behind the festival along with Bhajans, devotional performances, and storytelling acts based in Chhath festival. Sanjay Mahanand will also entertain the audience with his funny songs.
Chhath Puja is the biggest Hindu festival observed by the women in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and Jharkhand regions which is performed around four days worshipping the Sun God with rituals including holy bathing, fasting, and presenting offerings to the rising and setting sun.