NDTV Prime, is all set to spice up its Entertainment Band by introducing five new shows in partnership with some of the most promising production houses of India.
Produced by Qyuki Digital Media Pvt. Ltd, ‘The Boss Dialogues’ every Monday will make viewers privy to intimate conversations with some of the most celebrated Directors ,Writers and entertainers of the silver screen. Hosted by Indu Mirani, the show will include guests such as Karan Johar, Sanjay Gupta, Ayan Mukherji, Farhan Akhtar, Imtiaaz Ali, Salim Khan and many more. This programme will offer an intelligent and meaningful, yet entertaining dialogue with the ‘bosses’ of Bollywood.
If the rustic music of Amit Trivedi and the poignant voice of Kailash Kher leave you gasping for more, then The MJ Show in partnership with Ping Network will be your guide to ‘knowing your favorite artists better’. Every Tuesday former Radio Jockey Mihir Joshi will raise a toast to good music and dig deeper into the private lives of some of the most renowned names of the Indian music industry. Personalities ranging from independent artists to Bollywood playback singers will be brought to your living rooms straight from the console by Mihir Joshi.
Documentary films have been ignored by mainstream media. NDTV Prime every Wednesday will air Prime Documentaries that have in some way, managed to document and capture CHANGING INDIA
Everyone has a rendezvous with interesting stories, every day. Funny and sad stories, the ones about love and passion, stories that inspire and stir your emotions. Watch exciting short films every Thursday on Prime Talkies with Pocket Films. This hour of pure storytelling will showcase different styles of cinema with a generous dose of entertainment.
Friday will be all about the latest Bollywood movies and its scorecard at the box-office. Film critic, Mayank Shekhar and filmmaker Fahad Samar will host the weekly Friday Double Bill, to help you pick a film to watch for the upcoming weekend. Along with that , straight from the sets of the movie in “The Making”.