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BTVi to host Madhuri Dixit Nene and Dr. Sriram Nene

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BTVi to host Madhuri Dixit Nene and Dr. Sriram Nene

Premiere English business channel BTVi brings viewers a special episode of ‘Aspire Red Carpet’ with Madhuri Dixit Nene and Dr. Sriram Nene on Friday, May 12, at 10.30 pm. In an engrossing chat with a never-seen-before perspective, the couple speaks to Vikram Oza, Consulting Editor, BTVi, on their future plans and their success stories.

The celebrity couple will discuss their new venture ‘Dance with Madhuri!’ and its growth opportunities. While the commercial aspects of entertainment are getting more complex, film stars are becoming more entrepreneurial. Madhuri Dixit is packaged in a new avatar backed by her husband Dr. Sriram Nene and together they power ‘Dance with Madhuri’, a platform created to get people to dance.

Commenting on the show, Siddharth Zarabi, Executive Editor, BTVi, said, “We are really excited with the renewed format of Aspire Red Carpet. In line with our focus on ‘Opinions That Count’, the show brings to the viewers, popular stars and their opinions through informative and insightful conversations.”

Viewers can tune in tonight at 10.30 pm and catch the repeat on Saturday 12.30 pm and Sunday 8 pm.


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