Mumbai,By Kabir Ali
Actor Manish Paul promotes ‘Brain Boosters @ 9’
Delhi, February 26, 2015: Have you ever tried to do a backflip while skateboarding? Ouch! Want to know the science behind the perfect backflip on the wheels? Want to know how to make more money? How to get a better night’s sleep? And how to improve your memory in less than a minute? Then tune in to National Geographic Channel’s (NGC) brand new offering- ‘Brain Boosters @ 9’ to witness some action packed experiments- both social and physical- and understand the science behind them.
‘Brain Boosters @ 9’ premieres on March 2, 2015, and airs every night at 9 pm on National Geographic Channel.
In our fast paced lives stress comes in different forms on a daily basis, but every night at 9, NGC will give the burdened souls a chance to refresh, reboot and restart their brains. Consisting of all new seasons of ‘Science of Stupid’ and ‘Brain Games’- two of the best rated NGC shows, ‘Brain Boosters @ 9’ has been designed to make television fun and wacky yet knowledgeable. Manish Paul- one of the wittiest names on television is the face of the campaign.
Debarpita Banerjee, Vice President, Marketing & Communications, NGC Networks and FOX International Channels India, said, “At National Geographic Channel we believe in content with benefits that go beyond just plain entertainment. And Brain Boosters @ 9 is a perfect testimony to this. Science, physics, illusions, brain tricks and a lot more puzzles showcased and simplified through the most entertaining formats. It is a great fit for the entire family and as our campaign says ‘yeh dimaag ko daudaayega.”
Talking about the show, Actor and TV host Manish Paul said, “Content on television today has become very formula driven- it is either a reality show or drama. Amidst all of this, it is great to see how NGC is taking the lead in producing shows that are different- so entertaining yet informative. From learning the science behind a failed back-flip to knowing whether you are right-brained or left-brained, I am confident that viewers will love both the brain-boosting shows.”