Awaaz wraps up 2005 with special shows

MUMBAI: Awaaz – the Hindi consumer channel from CNBC TV18 stable will host a special series of four year-end specials that will feature some of the hottest programmes on the channel like Smart Shopping, Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi, Prime Property and Glamour Bazaar.

Smart Shopping will air four special episodes beginning the first week of December where supermodels like Pooja Bedi, Tupur Chatterjee and others will go on a shopping extravaganza in a special series called Super Shopping with Super Models.

Each episode will feature a supermodel who will take viewers to their hottest shopping spots discussing what they shop for, how they bargain and most importantly whether they are smart shoppers. The show will discuss options or brands available in the market for buying similar products bought by the celebrity and will auction products that the celebrity bought or was planning to buy at the store.The episodes will have special segments like: Smart shopper meter, Style meter and Trivia.

Apart from the latest episodes on Super Shopping with Super Models, Smart Shopping will have a five episode series beginning 26 December to 1 January. The show will cover a range of trends in 2005 and trends likely to follow in 2006,across different categories ranging from jewellery to consumer electronics.

Chalti kA Naam Gaadi’s final episode for the year ending December 2005, will show the most successful cars that made it to the top this year, the reason for their success above the competition and what one can expect in the automobile sector in India and globally in 2006.

Prime Property will feature property trends in India during 2005 and how the property market will evolve during 2006.

Glamour Bazaar – the last episode for 2005 will include Bollywood’s biggest flops and major blockbusters that hit the movie business and what to expect from Bollywood in 2006.

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