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TV Talk

The city of opportunities

Colourful, vibrant, energetic and friendly, Mumbai is and will always remain the gateway to India. It is fast moving and full of life. Mumbai is a city of starling contradictions with stately Victorian architecture and flanking skyscrapers that stab the sky. It is the country’s financial hub and the Mecca of cinema.

All this and more makes Mumbai one of India’s most exciting cities. This episode of Indian Rendezvous introduces viewers to Mumbai with host Sushma Reddy as she presents a metropolis fuelled by entrepreneurial energy, determination and dreams.

Hilarious: A scene from The Heartbreak Kid. Mad love triangle
HBO presents The Heartbreak Kid starring Ben Stiller, Malin Akerman, Michelle Monaghan, Malin Akerman on August 30 at 9 pm. Single and indecisive, Eddie begins dating the incredibly sexy and seemingly fabulous Lila. Upon the urging of his father and best friend, Eddie proposes to her after only a few weeks, fearing this may be his last chance at love, marriage and happiness. However, while on their honeymoon in sunny Mexico, Lila reveals her true shocking nature and Eddie meets Miranda, the woman he realises to be his actual soul mate. Eddie is now determined to keep his new, increasingly horrid wife at bay as he woos the girl of his dreams.

 Karan Grover Karan rubbed off badly
Karan Grover, who is playing the lead role in Woh Rehne Wali Mehlon Ki on Sahara One, hurt himself badly. During one of the sequences on the show, Karan hurt his forearm when it got rubbed against his co actor’s embellished sherwani that had lot of thread work on it and gave Karan a lot of scratches.

He did not pay much attention to at first. Later it worsened and started bleeding. Fortunately, the production house was quick enough to attend to him and give him medical aid.

Says Karan, “I was badly injured, but very sweet of the Barjatyas, the production house crew, they immediately attended to me. After a little rest, we resumed the shoot, as I was feeling fine by then.” A word of caution — sherwanis can be hazardous.

Homely: The cast of Baa Bahu Aur Baby. In a brand new avatar
Producers JD Majethia and Aatish Kapadia of Hats Off Production are back with season two of their popular show — Baa Bahu Aur Baby. For the first time in the history of Indian television, a daily is coming up with season two on popular demand.

Season two of the show would be edgy; the story will be fast paced with little up gradations in terms of sets, costume and lingo. There will be new characters that will join in later. The show, which is a complete family entertainer is not a single character driven show that sets it apart from other shows. The show will deal with day-to-day problems that will be solved unanimously by the consensus taken right from the elder members of the family to the children.

Producer JD Majethia says, “We do not believe in prolonging the show if we are not convinced about the story. When Baa Bahu Aur Baby ended, we received heaps of mail and messages from the viewers, who wanted to bring back the show. In a span of four months, we created season two for our loyal viewers who simply love the show.” Catch the show on weekends at 8 pm on Star Plus.

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