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Charul Malik slated to join India TV

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Charul Malik slated to join India TV

Charul Malik is slated to join India TV next month. Malik is one of the anchors at  Aaj Tak and she hosts the show Saas Bahu Aur Betiyan.

Confirming the news to exchange4media, Malik said, “Yes, I have resigned from Aaj Tak and I am serving my notice period.” India TV is planning to launch a new one hour entertainment show that Malik will lead. It is said the show will compete with Saas Bahu Aur Saazish and Saas Bahu Aur Betiyan.

She will report to Managing Editor, Ajit Anjum and Rajat Sharma. On her stint with Aaj Tak she said, “I worked with Aaj Tak for two years and it was very good. I interviewed all the leading celebrities and it was nice working with Aaj Tak.”

Charul Malik started her career with Jain TV News Channel. She has more than 14 years of experience in journalism and news anchoring. Malik has worked with Sahara Samay before she joined Star News ( now ABP News).


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