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  • The show was also directed and produced by Ken Ghosh, and became extremely popular between youth, as at that time there was very few talent hunt shows. When Nine Gold exits from DD Metro, and Star Plus bought their content at very high prices and telecasted most of the shows from 9 Gold Library, but shows like The Price Is Right, Bol Baby Bol, Directors Cut, Dushman, Superstars and Mini Superstars were.
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Hare Kaanch Ki Choodiyaan was one of the most popular telefilm, aired on DD Metro 9 Gold‘s Golden Hours under Directors Cut Section. The storyline of telefilms revolves around two brothers and a girl. Elder brother was an Army man (Played by Mukul Dev) and the younger brother was a college student, loving a girl in his college.

Metro Gold
CountryIndia
HeadquartersNew Delhi, Delhi, India
Ownership
OwnerDoordarshan and
Nine Network
History
Launched8 September 2000
Closed11 September 2001
Availability
Terrestrial
AnalogueVHF band

Metro Gold, also known as 9 Gold, was a Hindi-language terrestrial television channel in India. The channel was a joint venture of both DD Metro and Nine Gold of Kerry Packer and Vinay Maloo HFCL - Nine Broadcasting India; hence known as Metro Gold. During its first launch, the channel was more likely known as DD Metro channel's 'primetime block' from 7 pm to 10 pm IST, where it showed its programmes only in the given three-hour span on DD Metro Channel. But when the programmes started becoming popular in the primetime slot, DD Metro tried to set up some realistic terms with Nine Gold, which created disagreement between the companies and led up the channel's closing.[1]

Metro Gold's programming was targeted at family audiences, and covered genres including drama, comedy, horror, and live events. Among its most successful programmes are Mamla Gadbad Hai, Saamne Wali Khidki, Tede Medhe Sapnay, and Chonch Ladi Re Chonch.[2]

After Metro Gold went off-air, it signed a contract with STAR Plus, India's number 1 channel and sold off all of their shows to the channel. STAR Plus bought Nine Gold's entire library of programmes after signing the deal, and all of the programmes were re-aired on STAR Plus from the beginning.[3] Besides, all of Metro Gold's programmes now belong to (are claimed by) STAR Plus and known as theirs rather than DD Metro's, though they were aired on DD Metro channel. The reason was that HFCL - Nine Gold paid DD Metro 1.21 million rupees for the three hours of air-time on DD Metro and they had full claim and the right to sell their programmes to anyone, and when they signed a deal with STAR Plus, DD Metro had no say in it.[4]

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Programmes[edit]

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The following is a list of programmes that were broadcast by Metro Gold Channel at the time it was on-air (now the programmes belong to STAR Plus channel):

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  • Eena Meena Deeka
  • Zindagi Milke Bitayenge

References[edit]

  1. ^'Nine Gold orders shutdown of DD Metro division'. Indian Television Dot Com Pvt Ltd. 21 June 2001.
  2. ^'DD rewinds to old hit shows on its Metro channel as Nine Gold shuts off'. Indian Television Dot Com Pvt Ltd. 9 November 2001.
  3. ^'Star India buys Nine Gold content library'. Rediff.com. 2003.
  4. ^'As DD Metro improves presence, HFCL Nine seeks 10-year deal'. Indian Television Dot Com.
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External links[edit]

Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Metro_Gold&oldid=980673323'
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DD Metro, erstwhile DD 2 was Doordarshan’s Hindi language general entertainment channel. It was a complete free of cost entertainment channel. On November 3, 2003, the Prasar Bharati Corporation replaced DD Metro channel with their new news channel, DD News. DD Metro was very popular in India due to its daily soaps, comedy serials, reality shows, and others. DD Metro also telecast some of the top Indian television programmes from its sister channel, DD National.

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Aaghaat
Aaj Tak
Aane Wala Pal
Aap Ki Taarif
Adaa
Ajnabi
Ali Baba Aur 40 Chor
All the Best
Apas Mein
Azad
Bachchon Ki Adalat
Bandhan
Baton Baton Mein
Bhabhi Maa
Captain House
Dard
Dekh Bhai Dekh
Didi’s Comedy Show
Dil Chahata Hai
Dhun Dhamaka
Duniya Ki Sai Kar Lo
Ek Aur Ek Gyarah
Ek Raja Ek Rani
Ekka Begum Badshah
Full Tension
Galli Galli Sim Sim
Gumrah
Hello Bombay
Hello Inspector
Hindustani
IBP Ustad
Idhar Kamaal Udhar Dhamaal
Imtihaan
Inteha
Jaane Bhi Do Paaro
Juban Sambhal ke
Jeevan Ke Pal Do Pal
Junoon
Kabhi Yeh Kabhi Woh
Kaliren
Khabrein Bollywood Ki
Khatta Meetha
Khushboo
Kismat
Kuch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai
Kuntee
Lajwaab Talent Show
Laut Aao
Mera Humsafar
Millennium Woman
Mr. Dhansukh
Musibat Bolkey Aayee
Music Station
Nyay
Padosan
Peecha Karo
Raja Aur Rancho
Rajani
Rozana
Saahil
Saat Rang Sharat Ke Sang
Saath Saath
Sahara
Sainik
Sapnay
Saraab
Sea Hawks
Shriman Shrimati
Strivers & Achievers
Superhit Muqabla
Sweekar Hai Mujhe
Tere Ghar Ke Samne
The Great Swan
The Restaurant Show
The Trap
Tiger
Wanderlust India
Zabaan Sambhalke
Zamana Badal Gaya