Titan Antakshari

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Titan Antakshari
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The "Titan Antakshari" logo featuring Sameer, Sanchita and Diwakar.
Created byGajendra Singh
Directed byGajendra Singh
  • Annu Kapoor
  • Pallavi Joshi
  • Sunil Pal
  • Himani Kapoor
  • Renuka Shahane
  • Sonu Nigam
Opening theme"Titan Antakshari"
Country of originIndia
No. of seasons15
Running timeapprox. 52 minutes
Original network Zee TV
Picture format 480i
Original releaseSeptember 10, 1993 (1993-09-10) 
July 6, 2007 (2007-07-06)

Titan Antakshari, also known Antakshari, Close-Up Antakshari, Sansui Antakshari, Fair-Deal Antakshari and Titan Antakshari - World Champions is an Indian musical game show that aired on Zee TV every Friday. The show was formerly called Sansui Antakshari and that programme was hosted by Pallavi Joshi and Annu Kapoor from 1994 to 2005.


Titan Antakshari is now hosted by Himani Kapoor and Sunil Pal and is in a completely different format from Sansui Antakshari. During the second season, it featured the three finalists from Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs, Sameer, Sanchita and Diwakar as the show's "idols". The previous idols for the "Elaan-e-Jung" were Bani ke Parwaane, Vidya ke Mastane and Saloni ke Deewane. Currently, the show is in its third season and they are having an "Intercollegiate Championship" competition.


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