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Launched 24 September 2007
Owned by UTV
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Slogan Rest Less.
Country India
Language Hindi
Headquarters Mumbai, Maharashtra
Sister channel(s) Bindass Play
Disney Channel (India)
Disney Junior (India)
Disney XD (India)
Hungama TV
UTV Movies
UTV Action
Website Official website
Airtel (India) Channel 123(As on April 2014)
Big TV (India) Channel 215
Dish TV (India) Channel 107
Sun Direct (India) Channel 316
Tata Sky (India) Channel 153
Videocon d2h (India) Channel 569
Dish Home (Nepal) Channel 207
Astro (Malaysia) Channel 289 (coming later from Astro Daka Pack)
HyppTV (Malaysia) Channel 305
My.T (Mauritius) Channel 39

Bindass (also known as UTV Bindass) is a Hindi entertainment channel in India targeted at Indian youth. It was launched on 24 September 2007 under CEO Zarina Mehta.[1]

In February 2010, Bindass launched a new campaign titled "What I Am" which aimed at speaking for the youth of India, and dispel popular misconceptions about their attitude towards responsibilities.[2]

The channel has launched its latest show, Halla Bol, the first show under the new brand campaign. It will showcase stories inspired by various real life instances and celebrates the victories of women who stood their ground to emerge as heroes. The show is hosted by television actor Karan Tacker.[3]


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Bindass India concert[edit]

On 13 January 2008, Bindass presented a two-hour live concert starring popular Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan at MMRDA Grounds, Mumbai. The entourage included stars Priyanka Chopra, Dia Mirza, Rakhi Sawant and Dino Morea. The concert was hosted by Sajid Khan, and choreographed by Ganesh Hegde.

Prior to the contest Bindass organized a nationwide contest called "Dance with SRK", where the lucky winners would get to dance with Shah Rukh Khan on stage. Through a lucky dip, three winners, Andrew from Kolkatta, Richa from Lucknow and 9 year old Vidhi from Mumbai, were chosen.[4] The concert was telecast on Bindass on 26 January 2008 on Indian Republic Day.

A video of Esha slapping a contestant, Ravi Bhatia, from Bindass' reality TV show Dadagiri, attained the status of an internet meme under the title of "How can she slap?".[5]

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