B-Town’s ‘Sanskari’ Babuji goes ‘Sinskari’ on chat show

Mumbai, March 27 (IANS) Veteran actor Alok Nath, known for his roles as a stereotypical Indian father who values religious traditions and morality, is now set to host a chat show “Sinskari” — where he will interview celebrities on their sins.

The web series is a one-of-a-kind celebrity chat show for the internet generation, and will feature on Viacom18’s digital platform Voot.

In every episode, the veteran actor, popularly trolled as ‘Babuji’, will talk to celebrities about pre-marital sex to role-play and more. He is excited about this image breaking opportunity.

“After entertaining my audience as their favourite Babuji for years, now it is exciting to do something absolutely different. It’s time I break the cliche and surprise my audience with a totally new avatar,” Alok Nath, who has featured in films like “Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!”, “Hum Saath-Saath Hain” and “Vivah”, said in a statement.

“Sinskari” is an adult chat show which will include questions about their deep dark secrets, shared the actor, adding that with digital entertainment gaining huge popularity, “it’s a great time to venture into this medium”.

Produced by Raghu Ram and Rajiv Laxman of “Roadies” fame, “Sinskari” is written by Zakhir Khan, who has been associated with comedy group All India Bakchod and social media entertainer The Viral Fever.

The first guest on the show will be Mandana Karimi of “Bigg Boss Nau” fame, who also featured in the adult comedy “Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3”.

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