TV actress Akanksha Singh, who calls herself "a huge fan of Indian Premier League (IPL)", says she misses the times when she was a regular viewer of the annual cricket extravaganza.
Akanksha, a supporter of IPL franchise Rajasthan Royals, says she isn't able to catch up on the cricket fever this time due to her busy schedule.
Television actor Angad Hasija, the latest entrant in "Amrit Manthan", says his character in the show will confuse the audience.
"This is a different character. He is a Punjabi boy from Amritsar. He is positive, but people will be confused about my character. He is a mysterious character and his many shades will be seen," Angad told IANS.
Reports say that Hasija got other offers, but he chose his mentor Rajan Shahi's "Amrit Manthan" that comes on Life Ok.
EPIC, a new genre-specific channel, will offer content related to Indian history, folklore and mythology only. It will have a contemporary format.
Likely to go on air August 2013 subject to regulatory approval, the channel will be spearheaded by Mahesh Samat.
The idea for a 'segmented' channel catering to a select audience, emerged from the way multiplexes changed the country's movie-viewing experience, where one could actually pick and choose the movie they wanted to see, says Mahesh Samat, managing director, Epic Television Network Pvt. Ltd.
Choreographer Ashley Lobo, who is a judge on ongoing dance reality show "India's Dancing Superstar", believes a good dancer is anyone who can make the audience groove.
"My yardstick for a good dancer is that when you're watching them, you want to dance yourself. So, whether you're five or 75, if you make me dance, you're great," Lobo told IANS.
"If you dance on the stage, and the audience feels like dancing with you, you're the star - that's my mantra," added the choreographer, who has worked on movies like "Dhoom", "Guzaarish" and "Rockstar".
Unlike her big sister Tanushree Dutta, Ishita decided to enter showbiz through television show "Ek Ghar Banaunga". The newcomer says that even though she makes her own decision, she considers herself lucky to have a guiding force in her elder sister.
"Everything that I do, I ask her for advice. She has been in the industry for a while and she is my elder sister," Ishita told IANS.
A former beauty queen, Tanushree started her acting career with 2006 film "Aashiq Banaya Apne" and later featured in films like "Bhagam Bhag", "Dhol" and "Speed".