etc show 'Home Theatre' completes 50 episodes

MUMBAI: The show Home Theatre on etc music has completed 50 episodes. Actor Sunil Shetty graced the celebration by cutting the cake. The programme talks about information, gossips previews and reviews of latest Hindi films in filmy style. VJ Amit Khanna and Pracchi Mehta take head to head with Shetty on 9 September at 7:30 pm on etc.

In Home Theatre, Shetty converses about his passion for cricket. "If not films I might have gone on to be a cricketer." Then he explains his business interests and the projects he is looking at. He discusses the transition of his image from an action hero to a performer. He also elaborates on the trends and scenario in his own trade, the scene between production versus distribution. And of course, about his forthcoming films, especially Rakht.

Home Theatre has been conceptualised and produced by Fusion media for etc. The show is written and directed by Arshad Khan who has been associated with programmes such as Movers & Shakers, Videocon Mangta Hai and BPL Oye fame.

Home Theatre ranked amongst the top twenty five shows across music channels and after this success it went on to become more innovative. To add more luster to its sparkling beauty, it has added Star Dust to its main menu. Hence, from this season onwards, Home Theatre is inviting film stars, producer, director, singer from films to its monthly specials. To make the show more crisper and sharp, it has changed into the format of half an hour. This programme is targeted at the viewer, who is crazy about Bollywood and its happenings, as informed by an official release.

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