I won`t add extra to increase my show`s TRP: Aamir Khan
Mumbai: With Bollywood bigwigs like Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan already weaving magic on the small screen through various shows, actor Aamir Khan feels that his entry into television is not late and he is not running behind the rat-race of TRP.
Aamir will be hosting a television chat show, which will be based on real life stories and real people.
"I do not think my entry into television is late. I feel everything has a right time. My venture on television is not calculative. There is nervousness, but I am excited and charged up about the show. I was sure that if I am doing
something on television then it has to be different...it has to be something that will connect with the audience," Aamir told reporters here.
"This began as a dream three-four years ago and I am fulfilling it by doing this kind of a show. This idea came to me sometime back, but it took time for me to decide on whether I want to do it or not. I just hope it will be successful," he said.
When asked if he is in for TRP game, Aamir said, "I can`t put something extra to increase the TRP. I would rather focus on the subject and grab eyeballs. I can`t think of adding anything in the format for TRPs. All I want is that more and more people to watch the show. I am sure our TRPs will be good."
The actor, however, cleared that his show is not based on the international chat show of `Oprah Winfrey`.
Aamir`s show, which will be aired on Star Plus channel early next year, will be broadcast simultaneously in eight languages. It will be produced by the Aamir Khan Productions.
About who he thinks is a better host on TV, Aamir says, "I have seen lot of hosts, like Amitji, Shahrukh, Hrithik are good and make people comfortable. I like few non-celeb hosts also."
The 46-year-old actor said that they are still working on the title of the show.
On his knowledge about small screen, Aamir says, "I know little about television. I do not claim to have great knowledge of television. All I know is that it is a powerful medium...especially, for what I am attempting to do."