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Telly Talk India soars high on popularity

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MUMBAI: Telly Talk India, the brand new online channel, has its pulse on all the things that go on after the daily soap cameras stop rolling and reality TV gets real. Showcasing some of the most exclusive and sensational telly scoops, Telly Talk India is making heads turn. It has crossed one crore video views on YouTube within six months of its launch. The digital channel has been successful in establishing itself on the basis of its irresistible entertaining content. In fact, within two months of its launch, more than 10 videos from Telly Talk India were trending on YouTube charts.

Telly Talk India is owned and operated by one of the leading Bollywood channels, Zoom, which is also India?s biggest TV brand in the digital space. Zoom has over 81 crore views and nearly 3.3 lakh subscribers on YouTube, over 52 lakh fans on Facebook, nearly 2.8 lakh followers on Twitter and over 12 lakh people in its circles on Google+. The basic idea of the online channel Telly Talk India emerged from Zoom?s weekly TV show ?Telly Talk? that covers the off-screen lifestyles of the most popular TV celebrities.

Telly Talk India has become the most sought after destination for the Indian television lovers, giving them an uncensored access to the life of their favourite telly stars. From identifying the ?good-friends? in the industry, to RK from Madhubala (Colors) disclosing his real life romance and Saras from Saraswati Chandra (Star Plus) talking about the upcoming twists in the serial to revealing telly stars? personal wardrobes to how they celebrate their anniversary and what goes on behind-the-scenes on the sets, this digital channel is not just good at sourcing the latest scoops from telly land, but has the distinction to uncover the in-depth stories first.

Enthralling the viewers with some exciting content innovations, Telly Talk India has exceeded expectations and has constantly delivered engaging content. Telly View, a segment on Telly Talk India, is the only online review show that rates the Indian TV shows. From predicting the runaway successes to short on-air life of shows, Telly View has been bang-on in predicting the fate of the latest launches on television.

Mashup - a fun series of mashed up star-conversations is a roaring success because of its highly addictive tongue-in-cheek humour. Telly Express is a spicy one-minute roundup of all the biggest stories in Television.

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