The History channel puts the spotlight on Bollywood's top notch directors in 'Bollywood Bosses'

MUMBAI: What makes Karan Johar the ultimate entertainer? Why is Ram Gopal Verma fascinated with anything that is larger than life? Why is Vidhu Vinod Chopra strident on doing things his way ? Find out all the answers on The History Channel's entertaining new series, 'Bollywood Bosses' premiering February 19. The series will be aired every weeknight at 10 pm till February 24.

'Bollywood Bosses' takes a look at the careers of some of the biggest directors who have redefined the Hindi film industry. This February, join contemporary film makers such as Farhan Akhtar, Karan Johar, Yash Chopra, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Ram Gopal Varma, Mahesh Bhatt, Subhash Ghai and Vidhu Vinod Chopra on the channel, as they look back at their lives and share the story of their journey - their struggle, box office lows, financial disasters to finally finding unparalleled success.

"Bollywood Bosses is a great example of the kind of entertaining programming that The History Channel offers its viewers", said Joy Bhattacharjya, Senior Vice President, Programming. " The channel's latest offering caters to viewers who are keen on delving into the scintillating and glamorous lives of some of India's renowned directors. It profiles these ground breaking directors and reveals different aspects of their work that is seen by millions of people every year. The presentation of the programme brings these directors' struggles and accomplishments to life making history entertaining and more relevant for the viewers, " he added.

The series provides an unprecedented access to not just the directors in profile, but virtually every top star & technician who counts in today's Bollywood industry. Unique visual styles for each film and mimicking the technical signatures of the director in focus gives the series a glossy look.

Tune in every weeknight at 10 pm to watch these interesting personalities in Bollywood Bosses only on The

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