Today in New Delhi, India
May 20, 2019-Monday
New Delhi
  • Humidity
  • Wind


Daily Soap Operas are always emotion oriented and are dominted by female protognist. But now the trend of drama and flood of emotion could be seen in reality show even. Read on for more...

tv Updated: Aug 06, 2010 13:55 IST
Hindustan Times

Nigar’s ca(r)tastrophy
Nigaar Z Khan has been facing a tough time. Her five-month old car has already been involved in two accidents; and neither were her fault since her car was stationary in the parking lot.

Recently, she had gone to Madh Island, and had parked the car outside the location. When she returned, the door refused to open, which is when she noticed a huge dent on the side. She was almost in tears. Let’s just hope she avoids any more.

Indo-Pak relations
In this week’s episode of Star Plus Amul Chhote Ustaad, Waniya, one of the Pakistani contestants’ mother, wore a sari for the first time and was thrilled about it. What was even more touching was that the grandmother of Waniya’s Indian partner, Ansh, had gifted her the sari.

Apparently, the two got along very well and shared a mother-daughter like relationship and bought the sari on a shopping trip.

Wedding bells
Imagine’s recent show, Meethi Chhuri No.1, is providing some interesting titles to its participants. In one of the episodes, which starred Uttran actress Pragati Mehra, a question about celebrity contestants was fired at the audience — Who according to you will get married the earliest?

The audience gave a surprising response by picking Pragati, as the most eligible girl, despite the presence of experienced actors like Rakshanda Khan, Mona Singh, Nigar Khan, Karishma Tanna and Rupali Ganguly.

First Published: Aug 06, 2010 11:50 IST