The lives of celebrities have always been a topic of interest of common people. We always find ourselves wondering about the way these famous people spend their day or work or have outing with friends. The famous stories of the people in limelight are always read, spoken and heard with interest and curiosity. However we never realize that these people are also the normal human beings like us. We praise and worship them and give them the place next to God. But do we ever realize that they are mere mortal like us?
Colors channel is bringing a new show with the fresh concept of peeping into the daily life of these celebrities. As a viewer you will also get a chance to participate in the show. The show is titled, Asian Paints- Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai. This is a story of every home but with a slight twist. Each episode is about a celebrity who takes people trough their trials and tribulations, their struggle, initial failures and later rapid success. They will show that through their tiring efforts and glorious victories they never forgot their values and roots, their first homes and family that made them.
Host of the show is Vinay Pathak. Few of the names of celebrities that the show will feature are Govinda, Irfan Pathan, Ila Arun and Sakshi Tanwar. Each travelogue going back in time is full of emotional memories of close friends, families, neighbors and associates.
Infact the highlight of the show will be to visit their childhood homes and old places where they have spent their earlier days. The old places and people will connect us to the memories of the olden days full of struggle.
Amit Syngle who is a President, Sales, Marketing and Technology at Asian Paints further elaborated the concept of the show. “For these celebrities their successes have been influenced by the homes they lived in, and the memories associated with it which invariably created a sense of comfort and security. Asian Paints is celebrating such beautiful homes and the memories entwined in them”, Amit said.
The show will be telecasted every Saturday, starting September 7 on Colors at 6:30pm.