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Last Updated 19.11.2018 | 4:41 PM IST
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Soha to host fashion based show with Aki Narula

For those who felt that Soha Ali Khan was out of action of late, the news is that she was busy decoding fashion secrets for a show on TLC channel called ‘What Not To Wear-India’, a 13 part series, which she will be co-hosting with the ace designer Aki Narula. The show will air every night at 10 pm starting September 3.


Talking about the show, Rahul Johri, Senior Vice President and General Manager – South Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific, said, “TLC has been the front runner in bringing the world’s best experiences to Indian television. Pushing the boundaries of differentiated and inspiring television entertainment, we are delighted to present another pertinent and refreshing India centric series – What Not to Wear-India. Hosted by amazing personalities and experts Soha Ali Khan and Aki Narula, the series would activate a new wave of style change and become the new benchmark in lifestyle programming.”


On her ‘debut’ as a TV host, a visibly excited Soha said that, “I am excited to be part of TLC; one of my favourite channels. ‘What Not To Wear-India’ is an extremely interesting makeover series that beautifully captures the emotional, psychological and physical journeys of women to style enlightenment. We hope that viewers enjoy the show as much as we enjoyed making it.” On the other hand, Soha’s co-host Aki Narula commented, “TLC’s What Not To Wear-India was the best and most creative platform for me to say YES to play host, guide and mentor. It’s a thoroughly researched, interactive and insightful series, where I could aptly put all my years of experience of fashion and style to great practical use for the participants and the viewers.”

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