Ajit Thakur News
Sonali Bendre: Harsh Chhaya is a fine actor and Apurva Agnihotri is extremely professional!
The graceful actor talks about coming to television to do fiction for the first time, the real reason she agreed to do Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh and who convinced her, chemistry with her co-actors Harsha Chhaya and Apurva Agnihotri…
Sonali Bendre is sweet and soft spoken, but there’s this bout of nervousness around her that you just cannot miss. Click here to read more
Mahabharat, Buddha, Devon Ke Dev Mahadev lead list of epic tales on prime time TV
Historicals, mythologicals, fantasy fare the small screen is taking to period dramas like never before. Every other channel prides on having one such serial in its programming mix
If Sony has Maharana Pratap, Zee has Jodha Akbar and the newly-started Buddha, Devon Ke Mahadev is ruling Life OK while the katha of his putra Bal Ganesh has just begun. Click here to read more
Atul Kulkarni: I want to make people aware of the crime rates in Mumbai
Known for his performances in films like Hey Ram, Page 3, Dum and Chandni Bar, the actor is set to debut on Hindi General Entertainment Channel (GEC) with crime-based show Savdhaan India – Mumbai Fights Back
Beamed on Life OK, Savdhaan India brings real-life crime stories on TV and the current focus is Mumbai. Atul Kulkarni, who will host the segment, feels it is important to sensitise citizens about crime rates in the city. Click here to read more
Do Dil Ek Jaan: Life OK brings yet another love story!
If love brings happiness, it also has its shares of problems and new show Do Dil Ek Jaan will focus on the trials and tribulations of lovers – like we didn’t have enough of that already!
To be aired from Monday (June 3) on the Life OK, Do Dil Ek Jaan follows the story of lovers Raghu and Antara, played by Ayaaz Ahmed and Nikita Sharma respectively, who are brought together by destiny, but their journey is marred by ordeals. Click here to read more
SAVDHAN INDIA: Kiran Bedi supports new crime show on TV
The ex-IPS officer lends all her support to Life OK’s new show that aims to help people deal with crime
Crime shows like CID and Crime Patrol have caught the fancy of the audience for years, and the latest to join the list is Savdhan India, which aims at making people aware of how a criminal mind functions. Retired police officer Kiran Bedi says such an initiative was much needed. “It is a well-timed and much needed initiative and it is shocking, while at the same time it drives the message home,” Bedi, a former Indian Police Service officer, said in a statement. “Through initiatives like these, the TV channels can showcase a variety of situations, solutions and alternatives for people when dealing with crime,” she added. Click here to read more