Zee Sine

Zee Sine is a Filipino language motion pictures-oriented channel in the Philippines. It is the first Indian Pay TV channel in the Philippines owned by Zee network of the Essel Group under the stewardship of Vinod Kumar, VP of Prase in Manila. [2] This channel airs mostly Hindi-language (Bollywood) movies dubbed in Tagalog.

Zee Sine
Launched5 April 2016[1]
Owned byZee Entertainment Enterprises
Cable BOSS Inc.
Picture format480i (SDTV)
SloganBollywood na Tayo! (We are Bollywood!)
CountryPhilippines
Language
HeadquartersManila, Philippines
Sister channel(s)Zee TV
Zee Anmol
Zee Cinema
Zee News
Zee World
Websitehttp://www.zeesine.com/
Availability
Satellite
G Sat
(Nationwide)
Channel 18
Cable
Cablelink
(Metro Manila)
Channel 45
Sky Cable
(Metro Manila)
Channel 112 (Digital)
Sky Cable
(Cebu & Davao)
Channel 424 (Digital)

History

Following the success of Zee Nung (Thailand) and Zee Bioskop (Indonesia), the Essel Group launched another Southeast Asian channel of Zee Entertainment Group, this time in the Philippines. Zee Sine made its first airing date in April 2016. Zee Sine is available on SkyCable (Manila, Cebu and Davao only, since October 15, 2018; primarily included in Sky Basic package as a free channel and later as an add-on pay channel since July 15, 2019), CableLink, G-Sat Digital Cable TV and My EasyTv. Zee Sine was also available on Cignal from April 2016 to September 2018.


Blocks and programs

Movie Blocks

Note: All featured movies are dubbed in Tagalog, with song sequences subtitled in Tagalog.

  • Star of the Month
  • Bollywood Divas
  • Pinoy Bollywood Box Office

Other programming

(Note: Programs are aired in English audio and/or with English subtitles):

General Entertainment

  • Look Who's Talking with Niranjan
  • Starry Nights 2.O
  • Music video fillers (if featured movie ended in at least 2 hours)
  • Hello Bollywood (travel telemagazine)

Drama Zeeries (Indian Hindi serials)

(Aired every Monday to Friday 3:00-6:00pm; with replays next day at 9:00am-12:00pm except that Friday episodes are aired on Monday the coming week)

References

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