Sur Kshetra News
Is Ayesha Takia taking the same style route as Aishwarya Rai Bachchan?The babe has been spotted wearing flowy anarkalis and full-sleeved blouses quite often these days. And her style statements have started to remind us of Aishwarya Rai’s fashion choices
No doubt Ayesha Takia has reached a point at which she needs to shed kilos at the speed of light. But she takes us back to the same phase as Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was in – and still is in, to a certain extent – when she had to take the generous support of loose ensembles to conceal her cellulite. Click here to read more
Asha Bhosle, happy birthday!
While the dearly beloved playback singer enters the 80th year of her life, she readies herself to embrace a new role
Born on September 8, 1933, Asha Bhosle is all set to embrace the 80th year of her life with open arms. The versatile singer, who is currently making headlines as the judge of Sur Kshetra on Sahara One, was recently one of the most loved judges of Indian Idol 6 for her sensible comments. Click here to read more
Raj Thackeray-Asha Bhosle tussle over: Sur Kshetra to premiere with Pakistani artistes
Raj Thackeray ‘permits’ airing of TV show that features Pakistani singers
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray on Thursday gave the green signal to telecasting TV show Sur Kshetra featuring Pakistani artistes after the officials and producers of the channels met him here, party officials said. The show goes on air on September 8. Click here to read more
Will Asha Bhosle drop out as judge of Sur Kshetra on Colors?
And we wonder about this, since she has been asked to do so by Raj Thackeray’s Maharashtrian Navnirman Sena (MNS). Here’s why
We look forward to judge sahiba Asha Bhosle’s comments on every episode of Indian Idol 6, because she’s one woman who can feel the pulse of music perfectly. And looks like Asha tai is now hooked to her role as judge of singing reality shows. Click here to read more
‘Sur Kshetra’ to air on Colors and Sahara One!
The two rival channels have tied up to air the show together
In a surprising move, two competing Hindi general entertainment channels have decided to come together to air the much-delayed music reality show Sur Kshetra. The show brings together singers from India and Pakistan in a musical face-off. Click here to read more
Asha Bhosle to judge ‘Sur Kshetra’ on Sahara One
Singing legend Asha Bhosle will be one of the judges on Sahara One’s Sur Kshetra, a new reality show that will feature singers from India and Pakistan. A source told IANS that the Dadasaheb Phalke Award and Padma Vibhushan winner, who has sung evergreen numbers like Mehbooba mehbooba, Piya tu ab to aaja, Chura liya hai tumne jo dil ko and Dum maro dum, will be one among three judges on the show. The other two names will be officially announced soon by the channel. Other names associated with the show include singer-composer Himesh Reshammiya and hit Pakitani singer Atif Aslam, who will captain the Indian team and the Pakistan team respectively. Two other Pakistani legendary singers, Abida Parveen and Runa Laila are also touted to judge the show. The host of the show, expected to be launched in February, is yet to be announced. Sur Kshetra is being produced by Gajendra Singh of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and Antakshri fame, founder and managing director, Saaibaba Telefilms.
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What’s new on TV in 2012?
Television viewing got quite drab in 2011, but it seems as if things will perk up a little bit in the new year. Several channels are coming up with new shows this month, even as Bigg Boss 5 and MasterChef India 2 bring their seasons to a close. We give you a preview of all that is hot and all that is not…
Your small screens are all set for big action in the coming months. Actors turn anchors, while a certain actor-turned-anchor will return to acting this month. A couple of newbies are making their debuts at the same time as evergreen films are finding new life. There’s lots happening in the wild wide world of Hindi television – be it reality shows or fiction that you are interested in. Click here to read more