DURATION: 24 min
YEAR: 1998-2001
Concept, Format & Treatment Design, Series Director, Set Design, Celebrity interviews

A fashion cum beauty weekly programme, perhaps the most celebrated on Indian television, which first showcased Indian designers and also provided practical style, beauty and trend solutions to the viewer. A trend setter for Indian fashion.

Breakfast with Zee was on the other hand, a bright, vibrant and fun show – generating energy, laughter and a good mood, while being entertaining.

A cookery show designed to address the modern woman and her contemporary issues of quick, no fuss and nutritional recipes. It also offered cooking and kitchen tips and featured celebrities.

This innovative show, featured ‘a day in the life’ of celebrities, packaged with their favourite Hindi songs. India’s first reality type celebrity show and a definite trend setter.

Anu designed this interactive and fun-filled street show, was extremely popular with youth. With innovative segments like “Raasta Rap”, “Bindas games”, etc. this “whacky” show took a lighthearted dig at “slices of life”, along with a music countdown.

Anu designed India’s first ‘live’, dance and music show, filmed in a discotheque, featured Hindi film and pop songs as well as live performances by upcoming music talents.

Infact, Dum Dum Deega Deega introduced some of today’s popular singers like Daler Mehndi, Palash Sen, Shibani Kashyap and Anamika,

Anu personally designed and anchored this glamorous series, which featured the collections of India’s top designers and included interviews, back stage action and fashion and beauty tips and trends. It was the first show in India, which showcased designers and their collections thereby creating “stars” designer like Rohit Bal, Tarun Tahiliani, Ashish Soni, Rina Dhaka, Ritu Beri, JJ Vallaya,

A dynamic game show, targeted towards the modern, multifaceted and confident homemaker. This game show had an original format and intriguing content and invited three female contestants to participate and win fabulous prizes after answering a host of questions relating to being a “good homemaker”.

Anu designed this daily show to cater to the dynamic spirit of the modern woman, keeping her contemporary needs and areas of interest in mind it was a pioneering self-help show for today’s woman with segments on psychotherapy, counseling, parenting, self-defence, law and finance consultancy, home remedies, new age therapies, self employment options, celebrity interviews, etc.

A multi camera two-hour show featuring Lucky Ali, Colonial Cousins, Sukhbir and Sunita Rao. This ‘tamasha show’ was filmed live and packaged with interviews, backstage action, rehearsals, vox-pop, etc.

A multi – camera one hour coverage of the Concert, packaged along with interviews and profiles of the pop stars performing.