Children are gifts of the God sent to Earth to accomplish the easiest as well as the most arduous tasks. Well, this saying has been proved right by Soft Focus Telefilms whose show “Shabaash India” not only showcases the talented people of India but from now onwards the show will focus on children from the remotest corners of our country who’ll leave the audiences gasping for breath as their hidden abilities are going to leave them awestruck.
Summer vacations are going to be here soon & mothers will definitely have to think of ways of keeping their kids busy & away from trouble. Television has surely taken up big time on kids with channels like Cartoon Network, Pogo, Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, etc as they telecast a huge chunk of cartoons and kiddo shows 24*7.
Saturday, 7 pm, time to tune into MTV 'coz for all you adventure freaks out there, I sure hope you are not missing out on the Roadies 5.0. The game goes international for the very first time as the roadies hit the exotic islands of Bangkok & Malaysia.
Actor-director Rajat Kapoor hates watching TV but loves hosting and judging shows on the small screen and describes them as an "enriching" experience.
Reality shows may be the buzz word on Indian television today, but the elaborate sets, cameras and celebrity judges for these programmes come for a huge price - costing almost 10 times more than daily soaps.
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan's wit, exuberance and charisma carried through the first episode of Star Plus' much-awaited reality game show "Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tsez Hain" Friday that saw a PhD scholar being bested by school children in answering teasers.
After having tested waters on the silver screen, film actors are now shifting their seat positions towards the Television! It was the legendary Big B, whose 'Kaun Banega Crorepati's success paved way to many filmstars who were fighting shy to embrace any show on TV.
Packed with pulsating stunts and tough guy acts, MTV's weekly reality show "Roadies" has managed to hook millions of Indians, from college goers to school kids to housewives.
"Indiadhanush", NDTV Imagine's new TV show beginning this month, promises to present myriad aspects of the country's rich cultural heritage.
India will soon have its own version of the Emmy Awards - the television equivalent to the Oscars in the US - Kunal Dasgupta, CEO of Sony Entertainment Television, said here Tuesday.