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Powerful predators

wild call A scene from ‘Hunters’. Hunters’ profiles the survival strategies of the most magnificent killers on earth — the powerful predators at the pinnacle of the food chain. More than just stalking and killing, survival in the wild demands a complex set of strategies to ensure a steady and adequate diet. From the largest carnivores to the deadliest vipers and the tiniest insects, ‘Hunters’ is an intimate portrait of how they cope. ‘Hunters’ airs on May 31 at 10 pm on Animal Planet.

Opposites attract

Watch Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon on May 31 at 8 pm on Star Plus. Sometimes the last person you would want to live with is the only person you cannot live without. Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon is a star-crossed love story presenting an interesting contrast of personalities entwined in a relationship swinging between love and hate.
    Khushi and Arnav have diametrically opposite ideologies. If Khushi believes in means, Arnav believes only in ends. Khushi’s relationships are the most important to her, whereas Arnav believes all people come with a price and can be manipulated for one’s benefit.  Khushi, an 18-year-old from Uttar Pradesh, is simple, rooted in family and driven by a clear moral compass.
    She stands for what she believes in and never lets go of her inculcated values. She will not change herself to conform to people’s shallow expectations. In stark contrast, Arnav is a 28-year-old self-made, ruthless, ‘win at all costs’ man who believes everything can be bought in the world, including love. He has no consideration for relationships and no qualms for using and manipulating people as pawns to achieve his ambitions. As the story progresses, their love-hate relationship witnesses a series of dramatic conflicts.

Child prodigies

Star World presents ‘Junior MasterChef Australia’ every Monday to Friday at 9 pm. With challenges as big as what their older counterparts faced in ‘MasterChef Australia Season 3’, children between eight to 12 years will compete for the ultimate title judged by the most loved — Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris and Matt Preston.

The show will also feature the Australian musician and TV personality — Anna Gare. Under their watchful eye the young lot will face pressure tests, invention tests and team challenges.

Dazzling viewers with their skill to cook up the most extravagant dishes, the kids will be a constant surprise. Their knowledge about food, presentation skills and passionate desire to cook the best dishes is second to none. From 5000 contestants, only one will win the title of ‘Junior MasterChef Australia’.

Controversial experiments 

Dark Matters’ explores questions that some say should not be asked. Using astonishingly virtual sets, ‘Dark Matters’ tells dramatised stories of science on the dark and ragged edge of human understanding, where experiments can be ethically controversial and the results can be mind-blowing.

‘Dark Matters’ airs on May 31 at 9.30 pm on Discovery Science.


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