Sa Re Ga Ma Pa
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|Sa Re Ga Ma Pa|
Sa Re Ga Ma Pa logo
|Creative director(s)||Zee TV, Neeraj Sharma. AVP Programming.|
|Presented by||Sonu Nigam (1995-2001)
Aditya Narayan (2007-2009)
Purab Kohli (2010)
Manish Paul (2010)
Javed Ali (2012-2013)
Aditya Narayan (2016)
|Opening theme||"Sa Re Ga Ma Pa" by Javed Ali|
|Country of origin||India|
|Running time||approx. 52 minutes|
|Original network||Zee TV|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV),|
|Original release||May 1, 1995|
Sa Re Ga Ma Pa is an Indian musical reality TV game show. It started in 1995, and as of April 2012 it had 16 seasons with 1076 episodes. The name "Sa Re Ga Ma Pa" equals the five first notes (or swaras) in the Indian solfège (or sargam).
After that, Shaan started hosting the show. Later, the name "Sa Re Ga Ma Pa" became known as the "brand name" of the series and completely changed the concept of the show to include public interaction through voting. This was first done in 2005, when the old show concept was completely scrapped and Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2005 was introduced.
In February 2007, RealMedia - Zee TV in Dubai, produced and started airing Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Middle East - Pakistan Challenge 2007 for the Middle East and Pakistan viewers based on the original format of the show.
Zee TV Telugu has also started "Sa Ri Ga Ma Pa" in 2007 and run 2 series named "Sa Ri Ga Ma Pa Seniors" and "Sa Ri Ga Ma Pa Little Champs" and has started a new series "Sa Ri Ga Ma Pa Super Seniors" for contestants above 35 years of age.
Zee Marathi also has its own version of "Sa Re Ga Ma Pa."
The last episode, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2007 aired in the year of 2007 and was hosted by Aditya Narayan. Highlights from Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2005 and 2007 are currently aired under the title "Rock the Dhunn".
Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Singing Superstar 2010 contest was won by Kamal Khan from Patiala.
- Sonu Nigam- Host (1995–1999)
- Amaan Ali Khan- Host (1999–2001)
- Ayaan Ali Khan- Host (1999–2001)
- Shaan- Host (2002–2006)
- Aditya Narayan - Host (2007–2009)(2015-2016)
- Dhairya Solecha & Afsha Musani - Hosts of L'ilChamps,2009
- Ms. Jani & Karan Singh - Hosts of Mega Challenge 2009
- Purab Kohli - Host (2010)
- Jay Soni - Host of Li'l Champs 2011
- Javed Ali - Host (2012)
- Kanishk - Host (2013)
- Aditya Narayan - Host (2016)
- Sanjivani (singer) - 1995 (Winner of the very first Sa Re Ga Ma Pa)
- Ravi Shankar Singh (playback singer) - 1996 winner 4th schedule "Sa Re Ga Ma" first schedule in Delhi.
Singer of 100s of hit remix numbers, associated with many charitable organizations. Host and director of many musical serials and specializes in Antakshari...source zee tv and www.prayascreations.com
- Nobina Mirjankar - 1996 "Sa Re Ga Ma"
- Mohammed Vakil - 1997 "Sa Re Ga Ma"
- Bela Shende - 1998 Sa Re Ga Ma
- Archana Udupa - 1999 (Winner of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 1999)
- Shreya Ghoshal - 2000 (Winner of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2000)
- Debojit Saha - 2005 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge
- Ujjaini and Aishwarya Nigam - 2006 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Ek Main Aur Ek Tu
- Aneek Dhar - 2007 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge
- Anamika Choudhari - 2007 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs International
- Vaishali Mhade - 2009 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge
- Hemant Brijwasi - 2009 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs
- Kamal Khan - 2010 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Singing Superstar
- Azmat Hussain - 2011 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs
- Jasraj Jayant Joshi - 2012 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2012
- Gagan Goankar - 2014-2015 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs 2014-2015
- Kushal Paul - 2016 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2016
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