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Zee Marathi

Zee Marathi
Zee Marathi logo
Launched 1999
Owned by Zee Entertainment Enterprises
Slogan Mi Marathi. Zee Marathi.
मी मराठी. झी मराठी.
Country India
Language Marathi
Headquarters Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Website Official website
Availability
Satellite
Tata Sky
(India)
Channel 788[1]
Videocon d2h
(India)
Channel 751[2]
Cable
Hathway
(India)
Channel 802(Mumbai)[3]

Zee Marathi (Marathi: झी मराठी) is India-based satellite television channel, which carries broadcasts in Marathi. Zee Network, India's leading infotainment network launched it in the year 1999. The channel was renamed from Alpha Marathi to Zee Marathi in the year 2004 now available Working Link now on www.blacktvlive.com.

The channel's tag line is "Mi Marathi Zee Marathi".

The channel offers a range of entertainment bringing in soaps and reality shows that were unseen before on any Marathi platform. The first Marathi reality show – Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, the first popular travelogue of Maharashtra – Bhatkanti and the first literature based classic show- Nakshatranche Dene were conceptualized by Zee Marathi.

Contents

  • All Shows 1
    • Current Shows 1.1
    • Former Shows 1.2
  • Annual Events 2
  • About the group 3
  • External links 4
  • References 5

All Shows

Current Shows

  • Ram Ram Maharashtra (राम राम महाराष्ट्र)
  • Aamhi Saare Khavaye (आम्ही सारे खवय्ये)
  • Home Minister – Swapna Gruh Lakshimiche (होम मिनिस्टर – स्वप्न गृहलक्ष्मीचं)
  • Jai Malhar (जय मल्हार)
  • Honar Sun Me Hya Gharchi (होणार सून मी ह्या घरची)
  • Ka Ye Durava (का रे दुरावा)
  • Asmita (अस्मिता)
  • Nakshatra (नक्षत्र)
  • Chala Hawa Yeu Dya (चला हवा येऊ द्या )
  • Dil Dosti Duniyadari(दिल दोस्ती दुनियादारी)
  • Nandaa Saukhya Bhare
  • Mazhe Pati Saubhgyavati

Former Shows

  • Julun Yeti Reshimgaathi
  • Awaghachi Sansaar
  • Vahini Saheb
  • Ya Sukhano Ya
  • Kalat Nakalat
  • Adhuri Ek Kahani
  • Malwani Days
  • Bhagyachi hi maherchi Saadi
  • Fu Bai Fu: Toll Free Comedy
  • Amar Prem
  • Kulvadhu
  • Anubandh
  • Majhiya Priyala Preet Kalena
  • Lajja
  • Asambhav
  • Abhilasha
  • Vaadalwaat
  • Unn Paus
  • Gahire Pani
  • Abhal Maya
  • Bokya Saat Bande
  • Avantika
  • Shriyut Gangadhar Tipre
  • Kunku
  • Prapanch
  • Hasa Chakatfu'
  • Jagavegali
  • Eka Lagnachi Dusri Goshta
  • Unch Maaza Zoka
  • Eka Lagnachi Teesri Goshta
  • Shejari Shejari Pakke Shejari
  • Ghadlay Bighadlay
  • Tuza maza jamena
  • Radha Hi Bawari
  • Ajunhi Chand Raat Ahe
  • Jawai wikat ghene ahe
  • Pimpalpan
  • Shubhankaroti
  • Mala sasu havi
  • Dabba Gul
  • Madhli Sutti
  • Hasya Samrat
  • Eka Peksha Ek
  • Khupte Tithe Gupte
  • De Dhamaal
  • Guntata Hridaya He

Annual Events

Every year Zee Marathi hosts Zee Marathi Awards & Zee Gaurav Puraskar. Zee Marathi Awards felicitates the excellence in television shows whereas Zee Gaurav Puraskar awards for the excellence in Marathi theatre & cinema in various categories. In 2013, Zee Marathi launched the ‘Unch Mazha Zhoka Puraskar’ as a platform to recognize the work of women across various fields and to bring out their outstanding stories that would enlighten and enrich the people of Maharashtra.

About the group

Zee Marathi is part of Zee Entertainment Enterprises (ZEEL). Zee Entertainment Enterprises (ZEEL) is the second-largest [4] Indian media and entertainment company based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It is a subsidiary of the Essel Group. The company's chairman, managing director and Founder is Subhash Chandra and its chief executive officer is Puneet Goenka. Through its strong presence worldwide, ZEEL entertains over 700+ million viewers across 169 countries.[5]

External links

  • Official website - Zee Marathi

References

  1. ^ "Tata Sky DTH TV guide, DTH channels, DTH services". Tata Sky. Retrieved 27 January 2015. 
  2. ^ "EPG". Videocon d2h. Retrieved 27 January 2015. 
  3. ^ "Hathway TV Guide". Hathway. Retrieved 27 January 2015. 
  4. ^ "Q&A: Punit Goenka, MD, Zee Entertainment Enterprises". Business Standard. Jun 18, 2010. 
  5. ^ "Contact Us". zeetelevision.com. Retrieved 11 February 2011. 
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