By Hindustan Times
After endorsing culinary channel FoodFood, launched by star chef Sanjeev Kapoor earlier this year, actor Madhuri Dixit has moved on to promote a newly launched Hindi general entertainment channel called Life Ok. The channel went on air on Sunday with a couple of fiction shows and one non-fiction show, the controversial chat show Sach Ka Samna 2.
“The channel’s ideology is pretty much like mine. I live for the present, and never think too much about what I need to do for a secure future. This channel also propagates the same thought. It appealed to me. And I came on board,” says Madhuri, adding, “My deal with FoodFood was meant be for a small duration. And it’s over. I did my bit. I feel bad I couldn’t been there for the finale of my show FoodFood Mahachallenge, but that happened because they miscalculated the date requirements. I was planning to shift base to India by then.