The acid-attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal and Tanushree Dutta are speculated to be part of the show.
Shah Rukh Khan has given so much in the last 27 years. There are plenty of memories which we can brag about to our grand-children the way our elders do about Dilip Kumar and Rajesh Khanna. He is the ultimate romance king who has won people’s heart all over the globe. Apart from movies, he also shows presence on the TV Screen on a regular basis. He hosted the first season of Ted Talks last year. Ted Talks is one of those TV Shows which doesn’t only inspire and motivate us but also educate us on different levels.
The first episode has been shot
The first season of Ted Talks was successful and people of India gave it the love it needed to come again with the second part. Shah Rukh Khan has completed the shoot of the first episode of Ted Talks India: Nayi Soch.
There are many TV shows based on Romance, Comedy, Thriller, Family- Drama, Mythological, etc but there are only few which educate us and this is one of them.
Second attempt from Star India to make a difference
India’s audience needed something after Aamir Khan’s Satyamev Jayate. This is the second attempt of Star India to create a difference in society. Ted Talks franchise is popular all over the world for putting out good thoughts with the slogan “Ideas Worth Spreading”. The makers have chosen the Hindi language for India so that people in rural India could also understand the learnings of the motivational show.
Laxmi Agarwal and Tanushree Datta are likely to be a part of Ted Talks 2.
The eight episodes of last season included some big names like Javed Akhtar, Karan Johar, Sundar Pichai, Ekta Kapoor, etc. This year the acid-attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal and Tanushree Dutta who started the #Metoo movement are speculated to be part of the show.
The first season was shot at Yash Raj Films Studios but the second part is been shot at Filmistan studios according to a source. The second part of the show may go on air in the second half of this year.
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