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An adventurous voyage with unexpected kisses and cuddles, tears and fights, heart breaks and insecurities and much more awaits, as the so in love couples travel across India in search of happiness in their relationship. Perfect Couple is the ultimate compatibility test of love. The show tests relationships of real life couples under extreme conditions, from Khajuraho to Kathmandu, with the hottest hunk on the Indian television screen- Karan Singh Grover accompanying them. He will guide viewers through the roller coaster journey of these eight sizzling couples. All this and much more in the name of Love with absolutely no limits on Perfect Couple. The ultimate Compatibility Test on the Indian television screens spans across a 1,500 km long journey from Khajuraho to Kathmandu of the eight couples – partners for better or for worse! They will be seen travelling across the country unraveling their partner’s true colours when they perform journey tasks, undergo odd jobs across small villages and crack clues. Commenting on the new show, Prem Kamath, Executive VP & GM adds, “As a channel we have always kept our promise of constantly reinventing ourselves to provide viewers with the best content. This show provokes deep corners of relationships and is sure to connect with our audience.” When the rules of engagement change, so does the equation! The exciting journey of Perfect Couple will unfold the truth behind every couple, some may come out strong and some may give up and fall apart. Will adversity tear them apart or help them salvage their fading love? The winner couple gets the coveted title of Perfect Couple and a world tour to the most romantic destinations in the world. So get ready to be a part of the craziest and the most exciting search for the PERFECT COUPLE with Channel [v], every Sunday at 7 pm with Karan Singh Grover routing their journey, the journey of love or maybe not. Witness the exciting tale of romance from Khajuraho to Kathmandu with eight hot couples striving to win the title and the most romantic holidays across the world only on Perfect Couple, starting May 22, 2011 at 7.00pm.
|Posted by Karan on May 15, 2011 at 1:49 AM||comments (1)|
New Delhi, May 11 (IANS) Fancy some beauty tips from former beauty queen Diana Hayden? She is to luanch her book 'A Beautiful Truth' in Septemeber and says it kept her engaged for the last two years. 'I have put my two years of hard work and research into this book. There were days when I used to work for as many as 20 hours. I think after Miss World, it is my book on which I have worked so hard on,' Diana told IANS in an interview. 'Everything in this book is done by me, be it research or anything. The book is like an encyclopedia for women, who will find every information about make-up or body shape in it. So let me clarify that it is not only for models, but for every woman out there,' she added. Dressed in a white anarkali kurta and fuchsia chudidar, the former Miss World was in the capital for the launch of Allergan's derma filler - Juvederm XC. Diana worked in a few Bollywood projects like 'Ab Bas!' and 'Tehzeeb' and now she is working with TV actor Karan Singh Grover in a new film called 'Lorie', which is being directed by Pavan Kaul. 'Coincidentally, the movie too will be released in September and all I can say right now is that I loved the script and decided to be a part of it. It is based on a real-life story,' she said. After making an appearance in the second season of reality show 'Bigg Boss' (2008), she had been dormant of sorts. Was it a deliberate attempt to stay away from the limelight? 'I was never keen on Bollywood. I am a very simple and direct person and all I want is to be happy. I love writing and that is what I was doing when I was not in the arclights,' she said. 'I am not here to please anyone or compete with anyone. I am here because I am busy doing things that make me happy. I have always believed that life is short and one should enjoy it fully, that is what I am doing,' she added. Today, winning a beauty pageant is considered the short-cut to Bollywood. So, does she feel that this diverts the focus of the winners? 'I think we are very spoilt. If you look at the winner's list, we are one of the highest title-holder winners. So I think this should be appreciated rather than putting too much pressure on the contestants,' she said.