In the last few days, in the holy month of Shrawan, the devotees saw long queues in large small temples across the country. At the same time, the enthusiasm of the Shiva devotees swinging on the beautiful Kanwariya songs on the special show, “Kanwariya Bole Bam Bam” was worth watching. For the the devotees of Shree Krishna, this Janmashtami is going to be a treat as B4U Bhojpuri is going to bound its audiences with its powerful programs, from Valley to Gujarat including the states of Purvanchal. B4U Bhojpuri on the occasion of this Janmashtami is bringing a special show “Jai Kanhaiya Lal ki” for the devotees of Shree Krishna. This will be telecasted under Bhajan Sagar Show at 5’o clock in the morning. This show will be aired from 21 August to 25 August showing different phases of Shri Krishna’s life, taking from his childhood to his Bhagwan Avtaar in the form of songs and hymns.
This is the first time in the Bhojpuri TV world that one can watch festival special shows, super hit Hindi-Bhojpuri movies and compelling mixers of favorite daily soaps in a single channel. The famous show “Jai Kanhaiya Lal ki”, introduced by legendary singers like Bhajano Pawan Singh, Sanjana Raj, Kumar Vishnu, Devi and Pramod Premi, is being run exclusively on the occasion of Janmashtami. Pawan Singh, is known for his famous songs like Tani rang da na chiza, Abhinandan ka abhinandan, Falana bo dharaili ho holiya me.
Famous hymns of Lord Krishna can be seen on the show ‘Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki’ from 5 am to 8 pm through Bhajan Sagar Show of B4U Bhojpuri. However, it will be the first time that Bhojpuri audiences will get a chance to enjoy Krishna hymns in the melodious Bhojpuri voice of the veteran singers of the industry. The promotional activities of the show, “Kanwariya Bole Bam Bam” aired on the channel in the past month were carried out in full swing, with more than 500 rickshaw drivers motivating people to join the show as campaigners in different areas of the district.
Do Don’t forget to watch ‘Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki’ only on B4U Bhojpuri at 5am from 21st Aug – 25th Aug