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One of their kind

Sharon Prabhakar and Ruby Bhatia are back in limelight to display their exuberating expertise in their respective fields.



POP DIVA: Sharon Prabhakar will be dean at Aria Finishing School.

THAT GLAMOUR and good looks alone are not enough to succeed in show biz has been proved by some of the successful women and they continue to hold sway over the audience with their extraordinary skill and spunk. Sharon Prabhakar and Ruby Bhatia have their share of accomplishments in their respective fields.

Aria Finishing School has just roped in the original pop singer and theatre personality, Sharon Prabhakar to be their Dean. Backed by the research team of Aria Finishing School, Sharon will spearhead the programmes nationally. Sharon will lead the Research and Development teams which designs and develops various courses in communication and soft skills. She will be involved in `Train the Trainer' and Corporate programmes. Known for her style and elegance, Sharon has designed a programme to empower people with the confidence skill she has. Having also trained in Public Speaking Abilities at the Dale Carnegie Institute in New York, Sharon now holds select programmes to teach and empower people with stage presence, language ease and communication skills.

Since 1984, the multi-talented Sharon Prabhakar has been holding audiences spellbound. Having won the Critic's Award for her portrayal of title role in `Evita', Sharon not only has seven albums to her credit, she also has the distinction of having represented India at International Pop Festivals the world over.



CALLING FUN TIMES: Ruby Bhatia will be anchoring `Hello.'

VJ Ruby Bhatia holds a special place among the hearts of the TV audience. This Canadian-born Indian beauty has been in the limelight for various reasons - hosting fashion pageants live on stage to compering wacky programmes for television. She has certainly made her own place on Indian television. Now Sahara TV has her on its newly launched programme Hello that is being aired from Thursday to Sunday at 7pm.

The countdown show Hello has a comedy format with a strong element of social and family humour where the ambience created is that of a mock chat show.

Ruby plays a double role character in all the episodes by playing the role of guests as well as hostess.

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