Asiv Te Lasiv laughter show finals held
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 6: The finals of Asiv Te Lasiv, a laughter show organized by 92.7 Big FM in collaboration with Space Communications was held Monday at SKICC.
The participants enthralled the audience at the jam-packed SKICC hall.
The artists provided a laughingstock on a variety of themes including domestic affairs.
The jurists for the show included prominent comedian Shaadi Lal Koul, poet Zareef Ahmad Zareef, broadcaster and comedian Talha Jahagir, popular radio voice RJ Haya and Kashmir University Media Guru Nasir Mirza.
Contestants, Rayees Mohi ud Din and Muzaffar Ahmed bagged first and second positions respectively while group performance by Shabir Ahmed, Tasaduq Wani and Fayaz Paul bagged third position.
IT Minister Aga Ruhullah Mehdi gave away the awards while Space Communications head Dr AMit Wanchoo was also present on the occasion.
Greater Kashmir was media partner for the event.
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