Vidya Balan Hosts Women's Day Special 'No More Kamzor'

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MUMBAI: Actress Vidya Balan, who started her innings in showbiz with TV, will be seen back on the small screen for an International Women's Day special.



The "Hum Paanch" actress will be seen as the host of "No More Kamzor", which will talk of women who have struggled and overcome problems.



"The programme that we are doing 'No More Kamzor'...it is for girls of all ages. We started with children and I recited a poem with them. It was just wonderful energy," the 33-year-old said here Monday during the shoot of the show.Vidya, who was recently seen in "Shaadi Ke Side Effects", says the stories she came across were truly inspiring. "All the women who came on the show are an example for all of us. We were inspired by them, some stories didn't seem real but they actually faced problems and today they are living their life on their own terms. That is a big thing," Vidya said. "No More Kamzor" will be aired on Star Plus March 8.



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Source: IANS
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