Mumbai:India’s premier lifestyle channel NDTV Good Times will give Bollywood fans an exclusive opportunity to get a sneak-peek into the life of their favourite Bollywood heartthrob, former model and producer – John Abraham, with its new show John Abraham: A Simple Life.
The channel announced the 4 part series today at The Westin Goregaon, Mumbai. The series will showcase a never-seen-before journey of the country’s leading Bollywood celebrity. It will takeviewers into the personal space of John Abraham,the superstar, the actor and the producer; giving them an opportunity to delve into John’s personal life.
The audience will get a chance to to know their superstar’s personal life, behind the makeup and the flash lights. Viewers gets to experience candid moments – in between breaks on a shoot, getting ready for a meeting, interacting with fans, promotional tours, workouts and his ‘me time’ at home with a loved one! Just like any other urban Indian, John Abraham too needs to put in extra hours, brave the traffic and earn the success he enjoys.
Announcing the four part series Arati Singh, Channel Head, NDTV Good Times said, “NDTV Good Times aimsto attract a wider audience and does so by constantly innovating its programming to reach out to generation Y. Given our renewed focus on content for the young and young at heart, we are very excited to presentJohn Abraham: A Simple Life. The show gives the viewers a sneak peek into John Abraham’s life and brings the Bandra boy closer to his fans, for the first time on Indian television.”
Taking about his new show with NDTV Good Times, John Abraham says, “I’m really excited to be part of this initiative on NDTV Good Times. I’ve personally always backed and encouraged show with fresh and original content. NDTV Good Times have programs with out-of-the-box concept with something different to offer to tele-viewers. John Abraham: A Simple Life, a 4 part series, will take my fans on a journey of what I am like on and off camera.”
The show premieres on Monday, 18th November and will air from Monday to Thursday at 10pm on NDTV Good Times.