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Posted at: Mar 14, 2018, 12:45 AM; last updated: Mar 14, 2018, 12:45 AM (IST)


Talk shows have been an integral part of the entertainment industry; here are a few that have left a lasting impact

Big affair

— Rendezvous with Simi Garewal

This show introduced and defined the concept of a chat show on Indian television. It can be said that a generation would have grown up seeing their favourite stars get candid with the veteran actress Simi Garewal. It was made on the lines of the famous Oprah Winfrey show and featured the who’s who of the Bollywood film industry.

Celeb zone

- BFFs with Vogue

This is a candid celebrity chat show about the lives of Bollywood stars. Celebrities along with their ever-so-incredible buddies come over for a weekly date with Neha, where she gets them to reveal everything from fashion, movies, trends to the not-often-talked-about revelations about each other!

Cuppa magic

— Koffee with Karan

Karan Johar is not only a big name in Bollywood, but has even made his presence felt on the small screen. This A-list director kick-started his talk show Koffee with Karan in 2004 and there has been no looking back ever since. Thirteen years on, five seasons and over 100 episodes later, B-wood celebs still get competitive on the most-coveted couch in a bid to win coffee hampers and goody bags!

Personal note

— Up Close & Personal with PZ

The show had Bollywood celebrities in a one-on-one conversation with Preity Zinta, the host. Set up at her own penthouse, the show revealed all things personal about the stars. Making the show even more interesting, Preity had also added some impromptu elements, like the guests needed to enact a scene on a given situation et al. 


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