New Delhi, Nov 27 (IANS) "What's With Indian Women?", a new TV show is set to decode what women folk are all about. Two men − a video jockey (VJ) and a comedian − travelled across the country and met women from different walks of life for the quirky series.
The show, to go on air Dec 9 on FOX Traveller, is said to be packed with candid confessions and hilarious conversations.
It features VJ Andy and comedian Sanjay Rajoura on a journey through New Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Dehradun, Pune, Jaipur, Vadodara, Shillong, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Lucknow and Chandigarh.
They meet models, actresses, housewives, sportspersons and activists in their quest to find out everything about the opposite gender.
Andy says the show has served as a "crash course" on Indian women for him.
"We travelled the Indian landscape, met interesting women and learnt about everything that makes them special. This is an exciting series that is high on humour, travel and some fantastic revelations," Andy said in a statement.
Rajoura said: "Women are known to be these mysterious creatures, every man is trying to figure out. This show is the perfect guide for all men out there!"
It is a follow−up to the show "What's With Indian Men", which went on air in 2011.