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Fever 104: radio tribute to cinema

All through this week, Fever 104 FM will feature popular Bollywood names every hour on its shows.

bollywood Updated: May 28, 2013 21:20 IST
Actor-Ajay-Devgn-HT-PHOTO
Actor-Ajay-Devgn-HT-PHOTO

On the occasion of 100 years of Indian cinema, Fever 104 FM is presenting a unique week-long celebration. The radio station will feature 100 film stars as part of almost every show on air, for a total of 100 hours through the week. Every hour, a popular Bollywood name, who could be an actor, singer, lyricist or producer, will occupy the Fever Hot Seat and talk about his or her experience in the industry.

The campaign was inaugurated on Monday by veteran actor Rishi Kapoor at 8 am on the Monday Morning Breakfast show with RJ Anuraag Pandey aka Picture Pandey. Today (May 28), listeners can tune in to hear Madhuri Dixit and Ajay Devgn share their stories.

8 pm
Madhuri Dixit:
The Dhak Dhak girl talks about the other side of super stardom and what attracted her to her hubby. “Dr Nene knew I was an actress, though he hadn’t seen any of my movies…so it was a breath of fresh air as I was a (regular) person to him, not a star…in fact, when I told my mom (about him), she wasn’t sure and asked me to think about it,” says Madhuri.

8 am
Ajay Devgn:
The macho hero of the ’90s talks about action cinema, Bollywood controversies and the need for six-pack abs. While comparing the older actors with the newer lot, Ajay says, “We are here for the past 20 odd years. And all seven-eight of us are practically doing better than the newer lot.”