Tata Sky Classic TV launched to bring best Hindi shows from the 90s and 80s

It is an ad-free service launched in association with Shemaroo Entertainment.

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DTH provider Tata Sky on Tuesday introduced a new platform service channel named ‘Tata Sky Classic TV’ for its customers. The channel is going to present the best of classic TV shows from the era of the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s. 

Tata Sky Cinema TV is a completely ad-free service launched in partnership with Shemaroo. It will broadcast 8 evergreen TV shows every week, and an exclusive chat show titled ‘Roobaroo with Star’ hosted by Vishal Malhotra with some of the popular stars. 

The content library of this channel includes- Banegi Apni Baat, Fauji, Hum Paanch, Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai, Saans, Hasratein, Raja Aur Rancho, Yug, Dard, Zamana Badal Gaya, Akbar The Great, Upanyas and more. Neena Gupta is roped in as the face of this service.

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The channel is priced at Rs 60 per month or Rs 2 per day. As an introductory launch offer, users subscribing to it will get the first 10 days for free. Its content is also available on Tata Sky mobile app to stream anytime on demand. 

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Awesome PQ. Not sure about pricing. ₹60 is too much for nostalgia.

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