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shraddhagupta Goldie

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Posted: 14 July 2009 at 2:42pm | IP Logged

hey thanks for that update on ur new fc ..its gr8 annie ..u rock on ur first page ..., gr8 job ...very nice ,....

yazh. IF-Rockerz

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Posted: 14 July 2009 at 8:01pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by cute_rabi

Originally posted by rajeevthegr88

<FONT face="Georgia, Times New Roman, Times, serif" size=3>My God, Nida Mashallah all the pics are very niceClapClapSpecially the 1st and 4th oneClap</FONT>

<FONT face=Georgia size=3>Thanks for sharing Smile</FONT>

A new dawn

A new beginning

A new experiment with truth

A new not seen before rajeev

Wishing him all success as he wakes up India, whips up passions, stirs up debates... Smile
yazh. IF-Rockerz

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Posted: 14 July 2009 at 8:52pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by cute_rabi

Originally posted by rajeevthegr88

<FONT face="Georgia, Times New Roman, Times, serif" size=3>My God, Nida Mashallah all the pics are very niceClapClapSpecially the 1st and 4th oneClap</FONT>

<FONT face=Georgia size=3>Thanks for sharing Smile</FONT>

Poetic justice

It was the channel's call he said
when he was ignored for the awards
three years hence, though
he was called to do a show for them.

He was thought of as a black sheep
and sent out from a family
Time changes tides change
He is now back into the fold.

He was marketed by a channel then
He is marketed by a corporation now...
The characters he portrayed were powerful, heroic
But this journey, this story of his is more fascinating.

From being thought of as a pariah
to being the center of all action
this is just the beginning
For he has miles to go and new horizons to conquer.

(that was definitely not poetry, but this phrase seemed apt)
Think what I wrote about the channel is correct, if not completely at least mostly...

goodkashish IF-Rockerz

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Posts: 6814

Posted: 14 July 2009 at 8:52pm | IP Logged
does any one know any website....where i can watch live star plus from INDIA........not the USA link.....specially INDIA link......ple pm me....i really appriciate your help
Thanks a lot..
ranjitha IF-Dazzler

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Posts: 4991

Posted: 14 July 2009 at 9:11pm | IP Logged
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Are you ready for 'Sach Ka Saamna'

Sach Ka Saamna, the Indian version of The Moment of Truth, will be privy to a lot of revelations as the contestants are put on hot seat and

asked personal and edgy questions.

We asked actors in the various shows on Star Plus what they think is the real reason behind people appearing on the show ' is it just the prize money or the opportunity to confront the truth that lures them? Here's what they had to say about the show that's all set to go on air from July 15, at 10.30 pm.

Angad Hasija: I think people participate for money, otherwise why would anyone reveal their hidden secrets on national television? If someone really wants to confront their loved ones, they can do it within the close confines of their house, not in front of a live audience!

Karan Mehra: Well, I think it's a mix of both ' money and emotions. Hats off to those who knowing the consequences have the courage and guts to face their family and society! I am looking forward to it.
Hina Khan: It may be money or the willingness to tell the truth, one can't really identify the reason. An individual may not have been able to express himself otherwise, which is why a platform like Sach ka Saamna is perfect for them to tell the truth.

Kinshuk Mahajan: I feel it's partial. 80 per cent would be driven by money while 20 per cent would want to come clean. Sach Ka Saamna seems to be a great opportunity for them. But as an actor, I won't be comfortable sharing personal details on television.

Sara Khan: Hats off to the contestants who have the courage to sit on the hot seat and answer those questions. I feel it depends on what the individual wants ' money or sharing a piece of their lives with millions of people who don't even know them. A show like Sach Ka Saamna will bring in a new genre of reality shows, minus the fake drama and public voting.

Parul Chauhan: I think, both factors are equally important. Every individual has their own reason to participate on the show. Since a contestant knows the questions beforehand, then there is no fear of what is going to happen, you are aware of the things you will be asked.


MysticRiver IF-Addictz

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Posted: 14 July 2009 at 9:40pm | IP Logged
Rajeev Khandelwal returns to TV with Sach Ka Saamna
Manisha Mahaldar / CNN-IBN

Mumbai: Television star Rajeev Khandelwal - who crossed over to cinema with Aamir in 2008 - is back on the small screen with a new game show called Sach Ka Saamna.

Rajeev will be donning the role of a show host for the desi version of The Moment of Truth. But unlike any of the participants of the show he's hosting, the actor himself would be uncomfortable facing questions about his personal life.

"As a celebrity I wouldn't want to bring my personal life in public, any which way my life is 24 hours under scrutiny, under the microscope. Maybe one day when I am not a public figure then I would like to test myself on the hot seat," he said.

Meanwhile on the film front, Rajeev is all set to wow his fans with his next titled Peter Gaya Kaam Se which will have the actor in a different look.

"The look in the film is wild. I had to tame my locks a bit for the few more shoots left. But while shooting, I haven't combed my hair, did not use any hair products and didn't even see a mirror through out the film," he said.

With one more film to prove himself at the Box Office and a challenging show to host, this certainly looks like it's the moment of truth for Rajeev Khandelwal, professionally.


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MoonDesir IF-Dazzler

Joined: 10 June 2009
Posts: 2705

Posted: 15 July 2009 at 2:45am | IP Logged

'I'm in a relationship': Rajeev Khandelwal

The famous 'Sujal' of Indian television breaks through about his latest relationship status and past experiences...
Rajeev KhandelwalThe heartthrob of millions across the borders, Rajeev Khandelwal, who kickstarted his Bollywood journey with the unconventional 'Aamir' at a recent press conference confirmed that the young lass is no longer single and ready to mingle.

The actor with the chocolate boy looks conquered the audiences with the portrayal of 'Sujal' in the television soap 'Kahiin To Hoga'. Going through a circle, Rajeev is back to telly before his next film hits the theatres.

At a press conference to promote his latest TV show 'Sach ka Saamna', the Indian version of 'Moment of Truth', Rajeev revealed that there is a girl in his life whom he is currently dating.

When probed further on his relationship with co-actor Aama Shariff, Rajeev told the media that he has never denied the relationship but now the two are happy in their own lives. He also added that he has not been in touch with 'Kashish' for over two years.

The girl in question is still unknown, although it has been revealed that she is not from the industry.

Bhai, what can we say.. this Sujal has definately broken the hearts of many but we wish him all the very best for the future.

MoonDesir IF-Dazzler

Joined: 10 June 2009
Posts: 2705

Posted: 15 July 2009 at 2:47am | IP Logged

TV review: Sach Ka Saamna will put Star on the comeback trail

Priya Ramani - Wednesday, July 15, 2009 10:50 AM

Trust an Indian television channel to market a risque, daring show as an agnipariksha.

Star Plus' Sach Ka Saamna, which begins tonight, is a fascinating look at the way we really live, behind all our put on hypocrisy and bland exterior selves. Was chatting with a couple of colleagues over coffee and we all agreed that the first half hour in Dev D was the best part of the film. Anurag Kashyap's interpretation of Paro as a regular bold, brash, horny desi girl from Punjab provided stunning insights into the way we actually are. Back then, actress Mahi Gill said she could identify with the character; that it was close to her heart.

Anyway, here's what I wrote about Sach Ka Saamna after seeing the first episode. Don't forget to catch it tonight!

Will Smita Mathai take Star back to No. 1?

She's the epitome of wedded bliss. Today she's dressed in a striking blue sari, this former teacher with a lovely smile (that fades rapidly as you watch her), two children and a husband of 16 years. A Sindhi married to a Christian. She's classic Incredible India. Incredible at hiding the garbage life has shovelled her way. Until, of course, television offered her the chance to win Rs1 crore in exchange for 21 truths about her relationship with her mother, her inner sexual longings and her childhood secrets and jealousies.

Thus far Indian television has never managed to successfully replicate the American-style intimate, confessional chat show format, a genre powered by Oprah Winfrey, arguably one of the world's most influential women. Indians just aren't brought up to confess on prime time television that they were raped by their uncle/neighbour when they were 11, or that they are having affairs with their wives' sisters. Family secrets, we believe, should be buried in the darkest recesses of our emotional selves.

Star India's sensational new show, Sach ka Saamna, the local version of the globally successfulMoment of Truth, manages to smash through this barrier with its deceptively simple format. All a contestant has to do is answer yes or no to any question the host asks. Twenty-one right answers and she's a crorepati. A lie detector test, taken prior to the show when the contestant is asked 50 questions, confirms whether the answer is right or wrong. How difficult can that be, right? And how dramatic can it be when she has already answered all the questions that she is going to be asked on the show?

It's tougher than you think. Especially when your family is sitting on the same stage, watching you spill your guts with a simple yes, no, yes, no. "The best part about this show is that you know all the questions and you know all the answers," says Star India's Keertan Adyanthaya. The channel screened people with interesting lives, those who had been through a lot. Adyanthaya says nearly 50% of the contestants backed out when they realized how far they would have to go-some of them quit after the lie detector test. Smita Mathai decided she would stay on.

In the first episode (catch it on 15 July at 10.30pm on Star Plus), she bravely answers many questions, including: Can you forgive your mother for not being there during the birth of your second child? Do you live in fear that your husband will become an alcoholic again? Do you think your mum-in-law was a better mother than your mother? Do you believe your parents love your brother's children more than yours? All this, while her husband, mother and two more family members watch from 5ft away.

And here's one for you, dear reader.

Would you ever cheat on your spouse if you knew he/she would never find out? There can be only one true answer to this question, if you don't fool yourself. After all, a large part of the reason we stay faithful to the loves of our lives is because we want to protect the long-term security of our relationship more than anything. We can't risk losing them. But if you knew for sure that you wouldn't lose them, why then, cheating would be just another guilty indulgence.

Alas, the Indian version of the show will have less sex and more emotion. But maybe that's the smart approach considering the show was recently banned in Greece on grounds of decency/taste. I'm almost certain that no contestant has won the big prize since this show went on air in the US last year. Incidentally, the US show was inspired by a Colombian show which also ran into trouble after a contestant said yes when she was asked if she had paid a hitman to kill her husband.

Star's yes/no brand of truth certainly seems more radical than Rakhi Sawant's attempts to play pastel princess on NDTV Imagine.

In the cut-throat world of general entertainment channels, Star Plus is bound to gain significant brownie points with this show. Then again, the executives at Colors are aware of the ratings potential of this show...maybe they have something planned?

Star's new show also goes head-to-head with Sony Television's new reality biggie Iss Jungle se Mujhe Bachao! that begins two days earlier, on 13 July, at 10pm. When viewers have to pick between Mathai's secrets and a B-grade celebrity trapped in a Malaysian forest, who will they chose? I'm placing my bets on Mathai.


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