Wasim Akram proposes to wife on TV
Mumbai– Pakistan cricket legend Wasim Akram showed a completely new romantic avatar on Indian small screen via “The Kapil Sharma Show!”.
The cricket legend made his first public appearance with his wife Shaniera on the Indian show, which is aired on Sony Entertainment Television.
“When Kapil asked him about his love story, Akram confessed that it was love at first sight for him. He also admitted that he had never actually proposed to anyone in his life, but with Shaniera he knew he had to do it immediately,” said a source.
The source added: “Then Wasim went down on his knees with flowers and a ring. He was ecstatic when she accepted his proposal. Shaniera responded by saying she will accept his proposal no matter how many times he proposes.”
The episode will be beamed this weekend.
Rajshri takes inspiration from Kareena for TV show
TV actress Rajshri Rani Pandey, currently seen in “Suhani Si Ek Ladki”, took inspiration from Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan for the TV show.
The show has introduced a six-year leap and many changes can be seen in the actor’s appearance.
“Yes, I would be seen wearing an outfit similar to Kareena’s, but it is a mere coincidence. When I wore the dress, people on the set appreciated me. Ever since the leap has happened, my look is very different and I’m sure the audience are liking it,” Rajshri said in a statement.
The show is aired on Star Plus.
Making of fashion brand Diesel on TV soon
Mumbai–The story of the founder of Diesel Renzo Rosso and how he shaped the international fashion brand will find its way on the Indian small screen via TV show “CNBC-TV18 Weekender”.
The episode, which will beam on Friday, will talk about the life and works of Rosso, who stormed the blue jeans market with the launch of Diesel in India in 2010, read a statement.
It will showcase the journey of Rosso, whose life took a 360 degree turn in 1978 when an opportunity to work as a production director at a small company manufacturing jeans led to the birth of an entrepreneur.
From creating his own line of distressed jeans Diesel, a name he thought was easy to pronounce, to taking the brand from Italy to the world, Rosso’s aim was to bring an “alternative energy” to jeans and casual wear.