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Mallika ‘Shalishka’ Dua brings the house down in ‘Midnight Misadventures’

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Meet Shalishka – a sassy princess from TLC's new show 'Midnight Misadventures' with Mallika Dua. In the backdrop of the midnight super chill and comfort setting, Dua as Shalishka is all set to get into interesting, relaxing and deeply emotional 2.00 am conversations with celebs from different walks of life.

In each episode, Shalishka (Mallika) and one of her close friends will begin their adventure, armed with whatever they muster from the fridge. Shalishka will develop new recipes; mixing never before mixed ingredients followed by cooking; gossip, healthy conversations and a good face-stuffing session over comfort food.

“I am not a talk show host. I am an actor first and playing Shailishka gives me an opportunity to merge both fiction and non-fiction characters. On the other hand, we will also have real life guests coming in each episode. My character is completely different from the reality and it allows me to act and also to chat with a new celebrity each time, spilling the beans of all their food-related secrets,” Dua says.

The line-up of celebrities who have already shot includes names likes Tanmay Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Badshah and Rajkummar Rao. 'Midnight Misadventures' with Mallika Dua, coming soon on TLC, with uncut videos of the shoots on its official YouTube channel.

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