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Swayamvar, the first Indian reality show on DD1

11-August-2001
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Swayamvar, the first Indian reality show on DD1

Bollywood hero turned politician Vinod Khanna’s floated company, Taal India Communications, will be doing a Prithviraj Chauhan-meets-Samyukta on DD1 in the country’s first Reality TV show, Swayamvar. Swayamvar is the desi version of Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire? The famous Fox TV show that was watched by 23 million viewers world over.

Twenty-six young women will be selected for a swayamvar, which will be held before a live studio audience. Willing suitors will then be called upon to compete for their hands.

The show goes head to head with Star Plus’s KBC Junior on Sunday morning at 10 a.m., beginning later this year. The competitors will be showered with gifts in addition to the blessings of the entire audience and the as-yet-unnamed celebrity host.

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