TV host's job highly underrated: Mini Mathur

Mumbai, Jan 10 (IANS) Popular anchor Mini Mathur says a TV host's work is often not considered important enough despite the fact that it is the host who keeps a show together.

"A TV host's job is highly underrated and often considered replaceable, when actually they are the glue that holds and shapes everything together," Mini tweeted.

Mini has been a successful video jockey and has been host for several live events and reality shows like "Iss Jungle Se Mujhe Bachao" and "Indian Idol".

She recently shot for "Kaun Banega Crorepati 6" as the 'expert' lifeline.

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Malaika treats fan to favourite sweets

Malaika Arora Khan's fan Ishant, 23, indeed had a very 'sweet' time with his favourite star. The popular item girl treated him to her loved sweets - 'gajar ka halwa' and blueberry cheesecake.

Ishant met Malaika as part of UTV Stars' "Live My Life 2".

He met Malaika's mother, and her designer Vikram Phadnis too. However, the highlight of his day was his meeting with Malaika herself.

Malaika danced with him and spoke to him at length about all her item numbers and even spoke about her first meeting with her husband Arbaaz Khan.

Ishant also spoke to Malaika about wanting to make a movie with her, to which the "Munni" girl said: "of course! We'll name the movie 'Live My Life'!"

The episode featuring Malaika and her fan will be aired Sunday.

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Dheeraj Kumar goes 'Shava shava'

Actor-producer Dheeraj Kumar will dance to the song "Say shava shava" for a Lohri special episode on the small screen.

The cast of Sahara One's "Niyati" and "Tujh Sang Preet Lagai Sajna" will be seen celebrating Lohri in true spirit of the festival by singing and dance.

Actors Jayshree Soni, Sachin Shroff, Binny Sharma, Susheel Hinduja, along with Dolly Sohi, Dinesh Kaushik, Ranjan Sehgal and Usha Padual will be a part in the hour long special episode.

It will be aired Friday.

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