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Star Plus finalising hosts for new shows

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Star Plus finalising hosts for new shows

According to the industry sources, Star Plus is close to signing on Aman Varma for the Hindi version of Let’s Make A Deal, and Ms. Sonali Bendre may be hosting its teenage talent show, for which the format has been jointly designed by Star Plus and TV 18. The channel is also launching a horror show Shh ...... Koi Hai over the next few weeks.

Sources have indicated that the horror show, Shh .... Koi Hai will most likely be aired on Fridays. The game show and the talent show will be of one hour duration, Shh ...... Koi Hai will be telecast for half an hour.

Let’s Make A Deal made its debut in 1963 on NBC and is currently aired in about six countries. It is one of the longest running, and among the most popular TV shows today. This international game show has been licensed to Star India by All American Fremantle International. The prizes on Let’s Make A Deal are a combination of cash and kind.


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