Its really appreciating the legacy of makeover that channel v india does every few years. Its so amazing to know that how it wants keep its channel with the flow of the generations and keep upto their expectations.
I dont even recollect since when i am watching channel [v] India. Just remember that its been there since school days. I still remember the gorgeous and very intelligent Ruby Bhatia as channel [v] VJ. And hot and dashing – model – Purab Kohli, former beauty queen and sexy Sarah-Jane Dias, the ex-viva band girl and a wonderful singer today – Anushka Manchanda, etc and list of fantabulous VJs can go on. Even the actress Mahima chowdhary was a channel [v] VJ.
This channel had VJs turned to actors.. Like
Aditya Roy Kapoor
Then it has been positioned as music channel. The best part was… Channel [v] was amongst one of the few international channel to localise the whole content in india.
The channel v bloody cool make over and now “the all new channel v – life correct hai” is so wonderful. The new logo, new tagline, new online looks and presence, new programs targetted for youths, Everything is so brilliant. I have been a huge fan following of channel v and its programs.
U R fired, gumraah, dare to dare, kidnap, axe your ex, footloose, d3, my big decision, roomies, love net, love kiya toh darna kya, humse hai life and the list goes on…
The current tagline and makeover Life correct hai… Because what feels so right, cant be wrong – is just a beautiful concept. Its for youth… That their life, their decisions are correct.
The new tagline says Correct Hai! “The brand campaign, targeting the youth, throws a simple thought – politically incorrect, emotionally correct. Encouraging youngsters to listen to their inner voice. When it comes to life if they feel right about something, it really can’t be wrong.”
Am even quite excited with he 4 new shows being introduced. Especially confessions of an indian teenager and paanch
The 4 new shows lined up with the makeover image of channel v include:
‘Sadda Haq’ will narrate the story of a brilliant and curious girl who has harboured the dream of becoming an engineer and how she moves ahead to fulfil her dreams.
‘Confessions of an Indian Teenager’ is a story of a young boy Vaibhav, who takes the viewers on a journey to meet young people and share their worries.
‘Paanch’ is the story of 18-year-old shy girl who enters a college in Mumbai to ‘right some wrongs.’ She takes upon the mammoth task of transforming herself into someone who she isn’t: unforgiving and brutal. All this to avenge something that has deeply affected her in the past.
‘It’s Complicated’ – a new relationship status, is about three young couples who deal with their relationship problems.