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NEW DELHI: In a unique endeavour, the Tihar jail has organised a musical reality show for its inmates, including foreign convicts.

The show, its title track and promo will be screened at a special function tomorrow, a senior prison official said.

'Tihar Idols' has been produced by Delhi Prisons and Music One Records, he said.

"The inmates were specially groomed for the show. Shooting for the realty show was conducted for many months in the makeshift studio in Jail No 1 of the prison complex," the official said.

The performance of inmates was judged by eminent personalities from the film and music industry. Several foreign inmates also participated in the show, he added.

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