Big 92.7 hosts auditions for Naat competition
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Aug 12: Private radio channel Big 92.7 FM on Friday held auditions for the upcoming Naat competition scheduled to be held at SKICC.
Around a 100 odd aspirants for the competition poured in at Institute of Hotel Management Raj Bagh, the audition venue.
ďMoulana Lateef, Moulana Manzoor and Muneer Ahmed were the jurists for the selection,Ē a spokesman said.
The auditions were jointly hosted by RJ Sara and RJ Nasir.
Pertinently, Big 92.7 FM has been airing Ramazan special programs in this ongoing fasting month while exclusive Iftaar and Sehri programs are also aired. The Naat competition will be another endeavour of the radio channel towards the listeners, the FM people said.
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