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Designers are also expected to have websites and E-stores now. According to our statistics, Hyderabad is a huge market and women there are the biggest shopaholics. 

Wardha Saleem (Pakistani Fashion Designer)

A designer needs to have a base to operate from, especially for bridals and formals; people want that interaction. And when you are a design house you want people to actually experience the brand in its true settings. So we definitely needed a space. 

Wardha Saleem (Pakistani Fashion Designer)

I stayed in a comfort zone for too long. That is why it took me so much time to open my store.

Wardha Saleem (Pakistani Fashion Designer)

Star used to be a very successful network but it faced some of the challenges that, I assume, all successful companies face sooner or later

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

We are in a stage of evolution at Star India. When Star launched more than 20 years ago, its proposition was the best in the world would be made available to India. But we realized that to differentiate ourselves and live up to the full potential of media content, we have to challenge the status quo and push the envelope.

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

Women are a [group] we focus on very heavily. We never portray women in regressive ways. Indian women want change for themselves, their families and their country, and Star is leading that change. So, every show centering on women captures the journey of Indian women.

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

Looking back, life has been great. My generation aspired to be journalists for the good of society, to drive a change and impact things that felt wrong and needed intervention. 

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

My biggest satisfaction is that after almost 30 years in media, I still remain as excited today as I was in my first year.

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

My journalistic background proved immensely helpful in giving me an outsider’s perspective.

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

I have always been a little too sharp of the tongue and quick on the repartee. And I think I was too cocky at the interview. That's when I realised I had to take charge of my life.

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

I was getting drawn to the medium. Everything about it, from its lighting and cameras to the urgency of the news, began to captivate me

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

The fundamentals look all very strong and robust, but the concept so different from the regular fare that the viewers had got used to that there was always an element of risk. We went into it with our eyes open hoping that the show would do very well but prepared that it may not do so well. So that’s the honest truth.

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

I don’t think the problem is over competition. If you see a country of 1.2 billion people and the number of channels, it’s actually not that many. If you go and see the number of channels in the United States, India doesn’t have too many channels. The problem is sameness of content.

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

As we have Hotstar and Star Sports both, we were clear that it didn’t make sense for us to take one or the other. Our bidding strategy was very simple we didn’t want to win just one part. We were prepared to lose everything if we didn’t get both. 

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

Advertisers are buying impact properties on premium and commodity at a very discounted price. 

Uday Shankar (India Media Top Executive)

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