The item girl is all set to host her own reality TV show, where she helps smitten boys confess their feelings to their dream girls
Kashmeera Shah, whose troubled live-in relationship with Krushna Abhishek, a Bhojpuri film actor, has been up for public display on reality shows and in the media, is all set to play Cupid and agony aunt to lovesick zeros.
In a new reality TV show Steal UR Girlfriend that premieres on Channel V today, Shah "researches on the girls, plans never-seen-before surprises and helps boys confess their love without the fear of consequences."
Kashmeera Shah in her swanky van Dhanno
Each week a male contestant, selected by Shah after interviewing over 200 candidates, will approach Shah with his 'love' problem. The two will then hit the streets in Shah's hi-tech van Dhanno and plan impromptu surprises to impress the girl. Shah will then finally push the participant to propose his love. Giving Sunday MiD DAY insights into the show, Shah says, "Men are cowards when it comes to proclaiming their love. Most applicants who approached us, either wanted to get back with their ex-girlfriends or wanted to confess their love to girls who were already in relationships with others."
When asked if her intervention and attempt to unite the contestant with someone else's girlfriend is a fair proposition, she says, "Men take women very lightly. After three months they stop paying attention to the girl and the relationship. They forget that it's a 24/7 job. In this case I have been very careful and have only taken up very genuine cases, where I feel the couple in the making would be happy. If there are cases where the girl is happy with her current partner and if I feel they are suited for each other, then we try not to break up relationships."
Considering the controversies surrounding Shah's relationship with Abhishek, many might think she will be an inappropriate person to guide men on issues of love. However, according to her, that's exactly why she is the right person. "I've learnt a lot about men and relationships from my personal life. Marriage is not for everybody. But after being in a relationship for so long, I needed to have a clear response on questions about the future of the relationship and marriage," she says.
With Shah's no nonsense attitude, one can expect a lot of fireworks. There is also a possibility of high TRP-raising moments, after she told us how she shouted at 'sissies' and sometimes even threw them out of the van.
At: 7 pm, November 13
On: Channel V