Mohali: Anticipation grows both on and off the screen as PTC Punjabi is about to premiere “Tussi Kinne Punjabi Ho?”, hailed as the grandest family game show in Punjabi TV history. The show will spotlight families from various parts of Punjab, each competing against another, showcasing their skills in various tasks, quizzes, and games. These challenges will be undertaken individually or as a family. The victorious family stands to gain Rs Five Lakhs and the esteemed show title. The journey began with the selection and screening of participating families. Special teams traveled across Punjab’s cities to prepare them for the competition.
PTC Network’s Managing Director and President, Mr. Rabindra Narayan, shared his thoughts on the initiative: “In an era where Punjab faces numerous challenges, it’s heartwarming to see families bonding over their shared heritage in ‘Tussi Kinne Punjabi Ho?’. The enthusiasm of these families is commendable, prompting us to think about the show’s second season already.”
From the numerous entries, 26 families were chosen. Each episode will spotlight two families from distinct Punjabi cities vying for the show’s title. As the competition progresses, the top six families will compete in the climactic Grand Finale. The series will also highlight celebrity families, with notable matchups like RJ Amar of 92.7 BIG FM Chandigarh against RJ Dheer of 92.7 BIG FM Jalandhar. Other appearances include Feroz Khan facing off against renowned composer Gurmeet Singh, and Film personality Kuljinder Siddhu competing with Fitness Model Kartar Cheema.
The chosen families for the Grand Finale will face numerous challenges, including quizzes on Punjabi culture, history, cinema, and music, all aimed at securing their win.
The show’s presenter is the renowned Actor, comedian, writer, and director, Balraj Syal. Slated to begin on 14th August, it will air from Monday to Friday at 08:30 PM on PTC Punjabi. The show’s innovative format, coupled with the Rs Five Lakh prize, has created a buzz among Punjabi families and those in the Northern regions.