Here’s What Hosting ‘BFFs With Vogue’ Taught Neha Dhupia

Neha Dhupia has some dos and don’ts for people who interview celebrities. 

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Bollywood besties are seen together in parties and coffee shops, working out and clicking gym selfies, sharing gossip and laughs on social media. But the only time you and me get a peek into their true camaraderie is when they come together on BFFs with Vogue. The sassy host Neha Dhupia, who is also their friend in real life, gives viewers an exclusive dekko into the lives of their favourite Bollywood stars, as they indulge in candid conversations and friendly duels.

We spoke to Neha Dhupia asking her about all the dos and don’ts she has to keep in mind while interviewing her starry guests and she had some major revelations for us. The actress talks about how she keeps calm when her guests give away secrets that they are not supposed to, how she makes sure they are not conscious, and what she does to make the star feel comfortable and open up. Neha tells us who was the most exciting guest on her show. If you watch the video you will know who she thinks is the coolest actor ever and that even Neha Dhupia can be star struck. She speaks about the challenges she faces as well. We can’t wait to watch who is her next guest. BFFs with Vogue was previously hosted by former top model Kamal Sidhu. BFFs with Vogue Season 2 airs on Colors Infinity every Saturday, 8pm.

No Filter Neha was the first podcast show that Neha Dhupia ever hosted and it was a big hit. On the movies front, after giving a brilliant performance in Tumhari Sulu, Neha Dhupia will be seen in Eela. The actor has already started shooting for the film which is directed by Pradip Sarkar and also stars Kajol. Neha is now busy with Roadies Xtreme.

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