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Thursday, September 20, 2018

‘Andar ki baat’ – by host comedian Anaspure
A Marathi comedy non-fiction talk-chat  show ‘Assal Pahune, Irsal Namune’ will be held on Colors Marathi at 9.30 pm on Thursday and Friday from September 20, hosted by ace comedian-actor Makarand Anaspure. In the show diverse variety of top popular celebs will participate, where by the viewers will be able to know the “other discreet side” of their personality. Along with Makarand, there will also be other actors, who will be part of his family. They include Bhushan Kadu, Prajakta, Vikram Gokhale, Bharat Jadhav, Kedar Shinde, Sukanya  Kulkarni, are some of those with whom Makarand  and his team will interact.This hilarious program is farcical yet serious.

AnJas jodi — lekin kab tak ?
MUCH before all  this ‘Bigg Boss 12’ (on Colors) hungama last Sunday, your favourite newspaper Afternoon D C  (page 3 of the August 4 edition) was the first to carry the cosy ‘two-gether’ picture of Anup Jalota with his ‘bestie-beauty’ pop-singer-actress Jasleen Matharu clicked at Jalota’s birthday party where they whispered ‘sweet nothings’. Despite the presence of a galaxy of musical celebs, the tall towering Jasleen was the ‘centre-of-distraction’ at the homely private janamdin jashan hosted by Anup on July 29 at his residence. Currently, the nationwide frenzied debate is whether the  AnJas dalliance is a fake publicity (TRPs) gimmick or a genuine emotional bonding. According to high-society women who share a personal rapport with the chivalrous ‘Bhajan Samrat’, they occasionally found him to be “lonely and seeking romantic company.” Only time will tell, whether the ‘vichitra jodi’ will outlive the ‘BB-12’ show and prove durable or fizzle out in due course as has evidently happened in the past history of ‘BB’.

Cartoon-fest gets going
Cartoon Network brings a special bonanza of rib-tickling comedy, adventure and sheer fun all through September for its fans! Kids will be in for a treat as popular shows ‘Unikitty’ and ‘OK K.O.’ are aired. The Cartoon Network will celebrate Ganesh Chaturti with special movies and episodes of ‘Roll No. 21 and Oggy and the Cockroaches from September 13–24, Thursday to Sunday, between 12.00 and 3.00 pm. For that extra dose of masti, kids can enjoy weekend dhamaka with ‘Non-Stop Oggy’! Watch the never-ending chase between Oggy and the Cockroaches through special episodes and a movie marathon on September 8 and 9, 9.00 am onwards. Watch ‘OK K.O.’ and ‘Let’s Be Heroes’ between September 28-30, 12.00 pm onwards.

Srishti turns fashionista for Tum Dekhte Rahiyo
The TV  show 'Main Maayke Chali Jaungi Tum Dekhte Rahiyo' has become popular.  While the protagonists Samar played by Namish Taneja and Jaya played by Srishti Jain are on their way to become the audience's favorite jodi, not many know about Srishti's hidden talent! Turns out she is quite the fashionista and is also a fashion stylist which has helped her immensely for the role of Jaya as well! In a recent wedding shoot for Samar's sister Sarika (Vaani Sharma) getting married. Jaya is the wedding planner. For some reason, the wedding safa Samar was wearing wasn’t tied the right way. Srishti, taking her role very seriously, ran to help him out, tying the safa perfectly! “When I see anyone struggling with their costume designs, I simply have to rush to their help,” Srishti said.  'Main Maayke Chali Jaungi Tum Dekhte Rahiyo', Monday to Friday, 8.30 pm on Sony TV.

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