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ABP News launches new show 'Selfie' with Salman Khan

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ABP News launches new show 'Selfie' with Salman Khan

ABP News is set to launch their new show titled Selfie. The program will follow the stories of actors and their path from anonymity to fame and success. The show will talk about the actors’ first breaks, their struggles and how their popularity has affected their lives.

The show’s maiden episode will feature Salman Khan. "I wanted people to reject me more often...and I used it to build anger in me. I knew one day these people will help me get there," the actor mentions on the show.

Scheduled every Saturday at 9pm, the show will have 13 episodes featuring 13 Bollywood actors like Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif, Ajay Devgan, Vidya Balan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and many more. The programme is supported by marketing through TV promos, print inserts, radio and digital promotions.  Selfie will be hosted by Karan Singh Grover.

Royal Stag Mega Music, Wildstone FF Deo, and Milton are three of the sponsors of the show.


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