New Delhi: Bollywood star Preity Zinta will soon return to the small screen with the second season of her celebrity chat show 'Up, Close and Personal with PZ'. The 36-year-old actress, who hosted the show produced by SRK's Red Chillies Entertainment, will soon be working on season two.
"So we will be working on a second season soon... Who else would you guys like to see on my show??? Let me know so I can call them," Preity wrote on Twitter.
Mumbai: Despite being nominated repeatedly, Pooja Misrra is still inside Bigg Boss 5 house. Laxmi Narayan, who was competing against Misrra, Mahek Chahal and Akashdeep Saigal, was evicted lately. Pooja Misrra can be called the biggest survivor of Bigg Boss 5.
Akashdep Saigal still thinks that Misrra deserves a chance to be a captain and he is ready to fight for her. Amar Upadhyay who tried to be nice to Misrra initially discouraged him. Siddharth Bhardwaj supported Amar by saying, "Pooja Misrra is an evil soul."
Mumbai: In a pioneering move, CNBC-TV18, India's No 1 business news channel, has launched a new premium business news service, 'CNBC-TV18 Prime HD', focused on the needs of India's rapidly expanding investor and financial services community.
Available in addition to the existing CNBC-TV18 channel, 'CNBC-TV18 PRIME HD' will be broadcast on India's leading DTH platforms in HD quality, in effect making CNBC-TV18 the first business news channel to foray into the HD space.
New Delhi: Transgender activist Laxmi Narayan Tripathi, who was evicted from 'Bigg Boss 5' Saturday, says she is glad to have left with her "dignity and self-respect" intact. She predicts troublemaker VJ Pooja Missra will end up being one of the top three contenders on the reality show.
"My journey in the show was fantastic. When I was nominated this time, I knew it 110 percent that I will be evicted. So I am fine with the public's decision. I am only happy that I have managed to come out without losing my dignity and self respect," Tripathi told IANS over phone from Mumbai, after leaving the "Bigg Boss 5" house.
Mumbai: Laxmi Narayan, infamous for her loud spats on Bigg Boss 5 has been eliminated from the show. She was competing against Mahek Chahal, Pooja Misrra and Akashdeep Saigal. Akash got the maximum number of audience vote.
When Sanjay asked Vida Samadzai about who should go out of the house, she answered "Definitely Pooja Misrra, as I have never met a person like her. She is not human, but has come from some shooting star." Misrra kept quiet then, but we are sure she will not spare Vida for this.
New Delhi: Social activist Swami Agnivesh says his brief three-day stint in 'Bigg Boss 5' has left him tempted to taste reality television once again for the mass reach that entertainment channels provide.
"After being in the show, now I will wait to watch 'Bigg Boss' whenever I can. In fact, now I feel like coming on more such reality shows. I don't know the available options, but I will be happy to be on such shows and channels which have such mass reach," Agnivesh told IANS over phone from Mumbai, after coming out of the show Friday.
New Delhi: High on emotion, excitement and drama, popular game show Kaun Banega Crorepati 5 has become the highest rated non-fiction programme on Indian television, registering 7.2 TVR and 8 TVR for two episodes when 'aam admi' Sushil Kumar won the Rs.5 crore jackpot.
Sushil Kumar, a lower middle-class computer operator from Bihar, won the top prize and it was telecast in two parts - Nov 1 and Nov 2. Both episodes bagged the maximum eyeballs, breaking the television rating (TVR) records.
Mumbai: Pakistani actor Veena Malik is all set to be part of the fourth season of television reality show Swayamvar. Swayamvar is a show where contestants perform tasks and woo the hopeful bride or groom in return for their hand in marriage.
"For this season, Veena has been finalised. She is very much popular and people want to know more about her," a source said. The other names that were doing the rounds were of TV actress Shweta Tiwari's estranged husband Raja Chaudhary and singer Mika.
Ghazipur: Bhojpuri film star and former participant of Bigg Boss Manoj Tiwari says he is looking forward to watch Swami Agnivesh on the reality show. Agnivesh is the fifth male participant in the fifth season of Bigg Boss, which is dominated by female contestants like Pooja Bedi, Juhi Parmar, Shonali Nagrajan, Mehak Chahal among others.
"Woh sahi ghar me gaye hain. Ab intezaar rahega woh apne ko kitna chipa paate hain aur kitna dikha paate hain"(He has gone to the right place.... It would be interesting to see how much he is able to hide or reveal about himself)," said Tiwari.
Srinagar: The entry of Swami Agnivesh into the house of Bigg Boss has attracted the attention of Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.
"Swami Agnivesh going into the BigBoss house. I did not see this one coming and cannot wait to watch his entry," Omar tweeted.
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