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Mir is anchoring the show
Genre Stand-up Comedy
Created by Zee Bangla
Written by Deb Prosad Singha
Directed by Subhankar Chattopadhyay
Presented by Mir Afsar Ali
Judges Abhi Das Adhikary, Rajatabha Dutta, Sreelekha Mitra, Paran Bandyopadhyay
Voices of Kiran Ajij
Narrated by Indranil Das
Opening theme mohammod zahirul
Composer(s) Santu Prasa Let
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Bengali
No. of seasons 8
Producer(s) Zee Bangla
Editor(s) Chayan Mandal
Camera setup Sriparna Das And Indranil Das
Running time 1.5 hours
Distributor Dr. Archisman Bag
Original channel Zee Bangla
Original run 2006 – present

Mirakkel is an Indian reality show on Zee Bangla hosted by Mir Afsar Ali and directed by Subhankar Chattopadhyay. It is produced by Subhankar Chattopadhyay Productions. The show features stand-up comedians judged by Paran Bandyopadhyay, Sreelekha Mitra and Rajatava Dutta. The band Bandage, which include Dwaipayan Saha, Nitin Mani, Suman Sinha, Subhajit Sarkar, Koushik, Saurav Bhattacharya, is on the musical side.

In 2011, the sixth season of Mirakkel went on air. After Mirakkel Akkel Challenger 6 ended, the producers of the reality show decided to launch another sub-season of Mirakkel called Mirakkel Akkel Challenger Awesomesala' which ran for a year. [1]


Mirakkel Akkel Challenger (2006)[edit]

Mirakkel Akkel Challenger season 1 was hosted by Mir Afsar Ali on Zee Bangla. With the TV show Mirakkel on Zee Bangla. Season 1 was won by Tapan Das who was awarded a prize of Rs. 50 thousand.

Mirakkel Akkel Challenger 2[edit]

For the second season, Tollywood actress Indrani Haldar chaired as a judge along with regular judges Paran Bandhapadhya and Rajatava Dutta. The champion of this season is Atanu Barman.

Mirakkel Bare Miya chhote Miya (2008)[edit]

In the 2008 season, contestants from previous seasons competed against newcomers. Rajatabha Dutta, Srelekha Mitra , and Sidhu from Bengali band Cactus were initially the judges. . Srelekha later replaced by Debolina Dutta. Mridul Bhattacharya was again the winner of this season beating season 2 champion Atanu Barman in the final.

Mirakkel Akkel Challenger 4 (2009)[edit]

This season only for the child performers was hosted by Mridul Bhattachariya. Tania from Burdwan become champion.

Mirakkel Akkkel Challenger 5 (2010)[edit]

In season 5, Pranjol from Bijaygarh was the champion and Tarjan boy Arnab got the second place.

Mirakkel Akkkel Challenger 6 (2011)[edit]

Season 6 started with 30 participants on 11 July 2011, hosted by Mir Afsar Ali. This time bangladeshi contestants also participated in Mirakkel first time and took away multiple prizes which include 1st, 3rd place in as per judges' opinion and also viewers' choice most popular candidate. This season featured the regular judges of Mirakkel along with the regular band BANDAGE. The joint winner of this season were Vicky and Partha (together) and Abu Hena Roni. Apurba Roy made a substantial impact on the general audience of Mirakkel.

Mirakkel Akkkel Challenger 6 Awesomesala (2012)[edit]

The new season "Mirakkel Akkkel Challenger 6 Awesomesala" started right after grand finale of season 6. Top comedians from previous season 6 has participated in this season along with some new comedians from west bengal as well as from Bangladesh. Bangladesh's largest food processing group, Pran Group, has joined as sponsor as well, which is first time in Mirakkel history to have foreign sponsor. Host and judges remain same as previous seasons. The Season ended, celebrating compensation of one year at 15 July 2012.

Mirakkel Akkel Challenger 7 (2013)[edit]

The seventh season started on 25 February 2013 with 27 participants. Hosted by Mir and the same judges, each episode features a participant from season 6 and Awesomesala. The winner of this season was Subhashis Mukerjee.

Mirakkel Akkel Challenger 8 (2014)[edit]

The new season started on 4 August 2014, hosted by Mir and with the same judges. Winner of this season was Chironjit Halder a.k.a Kaaju, 1st Runners was Porosh and 2nd Runners up-Imon-Sandip and Aniket.[2] Popular Singer Hariharan and music composer Jeet Ganguly appeared in the finale episode as special guests.


  1. ^ Das, Mohua (2006-10-22). "The Telegraph - Calcutta : Metro". Calcutta, India: www.telegraphindia.com. Retrieved 2008-11-14. 
  2. ^ "Catch Mirakkel finale on Feb 8". The Times of India. 

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