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The gorgeous actress Mala Sinha celebrated her 79th birthday on 11th November. Recognised for her talent and beauty, she went on to become a popular leading actress in Hindi films. She lit up the screens with her films like Pyaasa and Aankhen. On her 79th birthday, RJ Siddharth and film critic Bhawna Somaaya call the Nepali beauty and wishes her a very Happy Birthday! As 92.7 Big FM is already spreading the fresh air with it's ornamental content and live shows, it's very true to say that this channel holds a connection to its audience to such an extent that one cannot switch over to another! Calling 92.7 Big Fm just a radio channel would be an understatement. It's as big and grand as its name '92.7 Big FM”. India's Most Awarded Radio Station, 92.7 Big FM follows its tag-line, 'Suno Sunao Life Banao” religiously. The touch of humour and soulful music of its shows are a treat to ears. With its popular shows like Suhana Safar With Annu Kapoor, Once Upon A time In Bollywood, Dilli meri Jaan, Seher and many more, it aims at delivering the best to its audience. 92.7 Big FM has undoubtedly proved itself to be the Nation's Best Radio Station, making your journey beautiful. Subscribe to our YouTube channel by clicking this link: You can also connect to us on our social handles mentioned below Facebook: Google Plus: Twitter: For information about the TV schedule, please visit our website

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