Zee TV Available to all this July!

From the 8th to the 22nd of July 2016, DStv has decided to open up the Indian Bouquet to all DStv subscribers. For these 14 days, viewers without the Indian Bouquet will be able to experience the magic of Zee TV Africa.

This ‘open time’ has proved to be a huge hit in the past therefore it is back to give everyone a part of the Zee TV Africa action once again.

There is something for the entire family to enjoy on Zee TV Africa, from our drama filled and capturing series, on the trend lifestyle shows – to our action packed, romance filled movies. Viewers can certainly look forward to our new shows like, ‘Amma’, ‘Vishkanya’ and ‘Bhabi Ji’ as well as the old favourites, ‘Kum Kum Bhagya’, ‘Jamai Raja’ and ‘Tashan – E – Isq’, just to name a few. Kick start your mornings on Zee TV Africa with a dose of Yoga and a Spiritual boost. Sit back and relax on those lazy weekend afternoons by keeping up to date with the latest happenings in Bollywood with ‘Trendsetters’ and our popular Bollywood flicks. Not forgetting our exciting reality shows, ‘The Voice India’ and ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ which will keep you on the edge of your seats.

Zee TV Africa has also introduced a new local segment to our programming called ‘Spotlight’. This programme showcases local events that is covered by Zee TV Africa. Our camera crews travel all over SA to put YOU in the spotlight.

Zee TV Africa’s spectacular content will be spread throughout Africa and we will all have a piece to enjoy as we stay in for winter this July.

This is a special opportunity and will definitely take viewers by storm, Zee TV Africa is anticipating this ‘open time’ period as we are sure to get in fresh new eyes onto our channel and spread our exquisite content to all Dstv subscribers. This is just another way that Zee TV brings Bollywood to Africa” – says Zee TV Africa CEO, Harish Goyal.

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