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Be visible and viral in MTV Hero Honda Roadies 7

Like many youngsters, Manna Sinha, 27, an aspiring fashion designer, wants to capture the attention of the whole nation through the reality-based shows and programme. This year he applied for the MTV Hero Honda Roadies, a youth-based very popular reality television show on MTV India. [Visit Manna Sinha’s Profile – To vote him type “VOTE 51915 “and send it to 56882]

Popularity of the show forced the producers of the show this year to go for online registration of the candidates. A trick to differentiate chaff from the wheat, serious from the unserious candidates! Precisely.

He is not alone Bishnupriya Manipuri who has shown keen interest in the programme and had taken a plunge. A quick survey in the MTV MTV Hero Honda Roadies website, selecting the region Guwahati, will dish out 7 aspirants having “Sinha” as their surname, which are probably the Bishnupriya Manipuris.

The names are: Sanjit Sinha, Pritam Sinha, Pallav Sinha, Rollee Sinha, Raj Kumar Gopal Sinha, Deep Jyoti Sinha, and Dipak Sinha.

How Manna Sinha can clear the first hurdle and get maximum visibility? Going through the “Most Viewed” tab in the site, one can draw a conclusion that an aspirant getting thousands of views must go viral on the Internet. He or she must use viral Internet marketing of his profile.

Creating a personal video is probably the first step to get noticed in the army of contestants. As video in the web carries a certain aura of invincibility, a powerful permanence and an inevitable global presence.

Secondly, a contestant can get a guaranteed audition call by fetching the maximum number of votes. And for Manna Sinha to come as a winner in the first impediment, the collective effort from all of us is required. Type “VOTE 51915" and send it to 56882. Who knows Manna Sinha can be the next Roadies getting full camera glare?

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