9XM has announced the launch of a new innovative show, which will see the combination of song, dance and cooking.
The show titled ‘Kuch Kook Hota Hai’, which has previously been shown in caplets on the channel will now, be turned into a full fledged series due to its growing popularity. The programme will feature acclaimed television actress Sarita Joshi and promising young actor Manish Paul.
According to a company release, “The concept of ‘Kuch Kook Hota Hai’ ensures a scrumptious dose of entertainment. A wannabe cook dreams big of becoming a world famous chef someday and in the pursuit of his dream he attempts cooking some dishes that he believes, are delectable delights. What the wannabe chef doesn۪t know is that his daadi is a pro when it comes to cooking and many other things in life.”
‘Kuch Kook Hota Hai’ will entail a humorous banter between ‘Daadi Maa’ (Sarita Joshi) and ‘Manu a wannabe chef’ (Manish Paul); where through a fun chit chat they will actually cook dishes to satiate viewers۪ delight. Also, for the first time in the history of a cookery show, the chef will give out the recipe through an entertaining song and dance snippet followed by an in-depth presentation later in the show.
Commenting on this unique concept, Vikas Varma, Head of Content and Programming, INX Media, said, “The song and dance presentation of Kuch Kook Hota Hai has received an encouraging response from our viewers. We are pleased to extend the concept further and introduce veteran actress Sarita Joshi as the Daadi۪ on Kuch Kook Hota Hai. The chemistry between Sarita Joshi and Manish Paul will definitely entertain the television viewers across India.”
Speaking about her role, Sarita Joshi said, “I am delighted to be a part of the Kuch Kook Hota Hai team. The show۪s distinctive presentation style gives it an edge over other cookery shows watched by the viewers till date. Kuch Kook Hota Hai will also showcase some of my favourite recipes and I hope that my fans and television viewers will enjoy watching them.”
‘Kuch Kook Hota Hai’ will air Monday to Thursday at 12:30 beginning Monday 28th September.