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Benadryl Big Golden Voice Season 3 gets its contestant from Kolkata; Sunetra Banerjee to compete on the National platform


As the talent hunt show Bendadryl Big Golden Voice Season 3 forayed into its city finale round, the competition amongst contestants showcased an array of talent present in every nook and corner of the city. With the promise of getting bigger and better with every season and every round, the Benadryl BIG Golden Voice Season 3 announced Sunetra Banerjee as the winner from Kolkata.


Following the auditions round, 5 finalists were chosen from Kolkata out of which Sunetra was selected as the winner of the city finale round. She will now compete with eleven other finalists from across the country to win the coveted title of the ‘Benadryl BIG Golden Voice’.

The event witnessed an array of singers showcasing their singing talent in front of lyricist Indraadip Das Gupta along with famous singer, composer, lyricist and 92.7 BIG FM RJ, Anindya Bose. They not only judged the contestants but also mentored them. The judges declared the winner on the basis of the contestants’ song selection, rhythm, tone as well as the overall impact they left the crowd with.


The radio network will now go ahead with 12 finalists from across the country. The contestants will attend workshops and training sessions in Mumbai to display their singing talent before singing sensation Shankar Mahadevan. Singer Sayani Palit was the winner the previous year of this singing talent hunt.

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Musical Evening Baadh Bhenge Dao celebrates India and Bangladesh’s shared love for Tagore; 92.7 Big FM Initiative


The two nations namely India and Bangladesh may be separated by the international border but when it comes to Rabindranath Tagore and his works, the two nations are united. This was again proved by the musical concert Baadh Bhenge Dao which took place at GD Birla Sabhaghar recently.


Lopamudra Mita, Rupankar Bagchi represented India while Bangladeshi singers Mita Huq and Lily Islam represented the other nation at the concert. The singers regaled the audience with their rendering of one Tagore song after the other. The event was indeed a memorable one for the lovers of Rabindra Sangeet living on both sides of the border.


The success of this event re-instated the fact that Indian and Bangladesh still share the same vibes when it comes to art and music, more so when it concerns Rabindranath Tagore.


This event was the final culmination of the month long initiative of 92.7 Big FM to celebrate the 154th birth anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore titled Big Rabi Porbo.

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Sayani Palit wins Bendaryl Big Golden Voice Season 2 judged by Singers like Shankar Mahadevan


Kolkata girl Sayani Palit won the Benadryl Big Golden Voice Season 2 title in Mumbai defeating 91,000 participants from all over India to win this musical title.

The twenty five year old singer was selected by the radio station in the first round of phone auditions. The short listing of the candidates was done by eminent musicians like Haimanti Shukla, Tony Bose and Tarun Bhattacharya. She was selected with four other contestants. She won the contest from Kolkata by bulk voting from the audience. Out of 35 contestants – who were selected from across 45 Big FM stations – only 12 were selected by music director Shankar Mahadevan.


After delivering great performances in Mumbai, Sayani was declared the champion of the season by judges Shankar Mahadevan and Bhavna Samaya, leaving behind Delhi’s Digvijay Singh and Mumbai’s Kanika Joshi. Shankar Mahadevan said, “Even if she didn’t win the show, I would have worked with her on an upcoming Bollywood project. When she was performing in the finale it felt like she was singing in a concert, not a reality show, which is indeed great.”


Sayani, who has recorded playbacks for Bengali films like Hanuman.com, Proloy, Pendulum, Singur and others started her classical taleem from the time when she was 4 and is still continuing her tutelage under guru Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty and Padma Bhushan Girija Devi. She has recently launched a self composed Hindi contemporary album, Khwahishian. The album is a melodic saga depicting hues of romance through songs of different genres like Indipop, Folk, Ghaazal, Experimental & others and celebrates the spirit of independent musicians across the country. The album not only sold more than 500 copies but was also downloaded hugely from artistaloud.com and iTunes.com.

Congratulations Sayani on your achievement!!!

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Big FM Awarded at India Radio Forum for Radio Program ‘Se Sudhu Gaaner Din’


Big FM, the nation’s leading radio network proved its worth at the recently held India Radio Forum 2014 by winning the Best Radio program for “Se Sudhu Gaaner Din”. Se sudhu gaaner din offers their listeners an opportunity to go on an incredibly melodious journey to relive the incredible stories around the top classics of the Golden Era. The narration is done by eminent Tollywood actor Sabyaschi Chakraborty. To celebrate the win, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, RJ Koushik, Swagata Banerrjee (editor), Sumanta Banerjee (working head of Big FM) and Siddhartha Dasgupta were present to address the media about their recent win at the IRF.


“Every song has an unsung experience behind it. Some of them are delightful experiences while some may have unforgettable humiliations or a few cherished moments. With this program we have tried to bring this to the notice of the listeners” said actor Sabyasachi Chakraborty. He also added that Siddhartha Dasgupta helped him a lot with the script. This program actually transformed him from Feluda to Golpo Dada. “When I was first contacted for the job of the RJ, I was in doubt. The work of a RJ is difficult and hence I was in doubt. However with the help of the team at Se Sudhu Gaaner Din, I was able to do the job and hopefully people have appreciated my efforts” said Sabyasachi Chakraborty.


The program takes the listeners on a journey of melodious, romantic, lyrically charming, melodiously orchestrated and harmoniously sung evergreen classic songs. The program has been divided into Cinemar Jhuli section and Gaaner jhuli section. This concept has been taken from Thakumar Jhuli.

The RAM rating for this show is also the highest among the shows held during this time slot.

This program is aired on Saturday and Sunday at 7pm.

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