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Huge demand for satellite rights of Delhi assembly footage

27, May 2015 By indianpsycho

Mumbai. According to reports coming in from Indian television industry, there is a tremendous demand for satellite rights of the footage of emergency Delhi assembly session, which was held yesterday.

All top entertainment channels have been queuing up and offering astronomical prices to bag the exclusive footage.

“After yesterday, we foresee a lot of masala happening inside Delhi Vidhan Sabha during upcoming Monsoon session and Winter session,” justified head of a top Indian entertainment channel,” Therefore not just yesterday’s footage I ll be glad if we are able to strike an annual or hell better a 5 year deal.”

They may have gone off to sleep, but viewers certainly won't
They may have gone off to sleep, but viewers certainly won’t

“Over last few months there has been a lull as far as TRPs wrt Bollywood movies are concerned and with IPL also over, Delhi Assembly sessions with 67 AAP MLAs, are our best bet for a multi starrer action packed masala potboiler,” he went on to explain as he air dashed to Delhi to talk to concerned authorities to acquire the rights.

Many experts believe that with satellite market for Bollywood flicks crashing, the money saved by TV channels there can be invested into sealing this deal.

“From whatever little we have seen in the pics and clips of the yesterday’s session that were released in public domain; let me tell you they have created more frenzy than even Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan’s first look. I seriously believe that once aired in entirety on TV, it will break all previous viewership records,” an expert told Faking News.

“This Lt Governor vs Arvind Kejriwal has potential to be India’s version of Pacquiao vs Mayweather,” he added.

Meanwhile many channels have proactively agreed to telecast the content with ‘Parental guidance’ warning fearing censorship issues.

“Yes there are concerns that some portions of the footage could be too savage and gory filled,” said pointing to the reports of BJP MLA being thrown out. “We just hope that censor board is bit lenient.”