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Uday Shankar, the 54-year-old chief executive of Star India, works behind a standing desk (famously preferred by the likes of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and authors Virginia Woolf and Ernest Hemingway). Standing upright while working helps him keep fit and think better, says Shankar. It has certainly helped him keep Star India, the country's largest television broadcaster, in good shape.
Accepting the award, Mr Uday Shankar said, “I feel enormously humbled to be receiving this honour on behalf of Star India. We are a multinational company albeit with an Indian heart. Our endeavour has been to harness the transformational power of media to foster social change and thereby inspire a billion imaginations.''
Star Plus and Balaji Telefilms reunite to present a passionate love story build on the fact that if it’s not mad, extra ordinary and passionate love, then it’s not love at all. Love transcends all boundaries but many a times we can't predict what life has in store for us. Life takes us through paths we never dreamt of going on, taking our love through the test of time.
Said Uday Shankar, CEO, STAR India, “Our vision has been to inspire a billion imaginations and we have aimed to do that with every content offering we bring forth as a network. With Aaj Ki Raat Hai Zindagi, we have once again collaborated with the biggest superstar of the country Amitabh Bachchan for a unique project on Indian television that will not only entertain but also inspire individuals and leave them with a reason to smile.”