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Europe’s celebrity news magazine, Hello!, launches Indian edition

19-March-2007
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Europe’s celebrity news magazine, Hello!, launches Indian edition

Europe’s celebrity news magazine, ‘Hello!’, has launched its Indian edition this month. In keeping with its global content philosophy of celebrity news, the magazine has clinched the rights of the Liz Hurley and Arun Nayyar wedding. This marks Hello!’s launch issue in India.

The magazine has been brought to India through Worldwide Media (WWM), a 50:50 company owned by BBC Worldwide and The Times Group. WWM also publishes Femina, Filmfare and Top Gear magazines and hosts the Filmfare Awards.

Ruchika Mehta, Editor, Hello! India, said, “This is the big daddy of the fine life -- the larger than life romances, the bling homes, the to-die-for fashion and class, the giga-gorgeous women and men, all packaged into a high gloss monthly.”

Hello! India targets the avid celeb guzzler with peeks into the private realms of the super-celebrities, royalty, sports stars, high flying corporate chiefs, NRIs and the class. The magazine will cover beauty, fashion and other lifestyle genre too.

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