Ex-Roadies Aanchal Khurana, who won the best actress in a negative role trophy at the 12th Indian Telly Awards, says she can't believe that she has won the award.
The actress, who started her career by winning the eighth season of "Roadies", said that she felt the same when she won the reality show.
"I can't believe that I won the award. Even when I won 'Roadies', I was in this trauma for a week that this can't be possible. I can't win! I am in exactly the same zone right now," Aanchal, who won the award Saturday, told IANS.
Having anchored several shows on the small screen, Manish Paul not only proved his skills, but also won the the best anchor trophy at the 12th Indian Telly Awards.
The 31-year-old got maximum votes from fans and walked away with the winner's trophy Saturday. He was competing with the likes of Amitabh Bachchan ("Kaun Banega Crorepati"), Salman Khan ("Bigg Boss") and Aamir Khan for ("Satyamev Jayate") the title. Karan Kundra ("Gumrah") and Anup Soni ("Crime Petrol") were also nominated in the category.
TV actress Sara Khan, who recently made her big screen debut with "Saawariya - Khatu Shyam Ji Ki Amar Gatha", is returning to the small screen with "Junoon - Aisi Nafrat Toh Kaisa Ishq". She says her job is to act and the medium doesn't matter to her.
"I don't think there should be any discrimination between TV and film actors. I think our job is to act, irrespective of the medium," Sara said on the sets of "Junoon - Aisi Nafrat Toh Kaisa Ishq", Friday.
The show airs on Life OK.
Sudha Dhir, a 65-year-old homemaker from Gurgaon, Friday won the Dabur Hommade HomeStar contest.
Sudha Dhir prepared Chicken Dhaniyewala and Samolina Drops and won the national level culinary contest, organised by Dabur India Ltd.
She has won a trip to New York and an opportunity to cook in celebrity Chef Vikas Khanna's internationally acclaimed restaurant Junoon.
Khanna, seen as one of judges on Star Plus' MasterChef India, was the judge of the contest along with Praveen Jaipuria, marketing head - food, Dabur India Ltd.
The Supreme Court Friday dismissed the plea of Haryana's former chief minister Om Prakash Chautala seeking to put on hold the telecast of TV serial "Crime Patrol Dastak" episode on teachers recruitment scam for which he was convicted and jailed.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Altamas Kabir while dismissing the plea by Chautala, however, asked Sony TV - the channel on which the serial is telecast - to camouflage the characters as to avoid any direct reference to the actual scam.