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ABP News all set to commence ‘Poll Khol’ for the upcoming Bihar Elections

Shreoshree Chakrabarty October 20, 2020

As the Bihar Assembly Elections come knocking at our doors, ABP News is ensuring the best coverage on all political affairs of the state for its viewers in the most riveting way. And for this, the channel is ready to welcome another season of its satirical show ‘Poll Khol’.

Well- established as an iconic election season property with a ‘no holds barred, light-hearted approach’ to Indian politics, ‘Poll Khol’ is hosted by veteran actor Shekhar Suman for the past 15 years.

The show is a perfect mix of satire, burlesque, wit and startling honesty which along with the frolicsome nature of the show, differentiates it from other shows of the similar kind.

The comical aspects of the ‘serious political situations’ will be shared by Mr. Shekhar Suman in this new season again in his unique manner.

The actor promises to make this new season more exciting through his wit and jocularity and thus, ABP has made him a pivotal part of the show considering his rapport in the state of Bihar. Mr. Suman has some hard- hitting takes on the key issues of the state of Bihar this year which he will come forward with, just like he has done since 2004.

‘Poll Khol’ is another prominent addition to ABP News’ comprehensive election programming. Along with giving unparalleled access and insight to its viewers, it focusses the versatility of its content offerings, providing a unique and compelling viewing experience.

The show is going on air from October 19, 2020, Monday to Friday at 10:30- 11 PM. And it will cover the trending political topics/issues of the week.

Mr. Avinash Pandey, CEO, ABP Network said on the offering, “ABP News has always differentiated itself in the vast sea of content through an ingenious approach. As the political battle of Bihar comes close, we want to ensure a comprehensive viewing experience. We are sure that this year also Poll Khol will keep the viewers glued to their TV screens.”


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