It is the TV Chat show that was missing on the small screen. Juzz Baatt, hosted by Rajeev Khandelwal and co-produced by Sandiip Sikcand, will have some of the biggest and most popular television celebs open up about their struggles, fears and insecurities on national television. The show is being shot as of now and will start airing from May on wards. The first episode of Juzz Baatt will have actors – brothers Rohit Roy and Ronit Roy on the hot seat. Star couple Vivek Dahiya and wife – Yeh Hai Mohabbatein star Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya will also appear on one of the show’s episodes. Also Read - Natasha Dalal's Bridal Look Video: Stuns in Ivory Lehenga, White Chooda, And Lot of Grace

“As viewers and fans, people always like to know the other side of actors when they are not facing the camera. Our show’s format is as uncomplicated as it can be. It is a candid chat with TV actors and prominent faces from different walks of life who will open up about their struggles, fears, insecurities and pain. Basically, the stories that are very different from what you have read in newspapers and magazines,” Sikcand said in a statement. Also Read - Karan Johar Writes The Most Beautiful Post For Newlyweds Varun Dhawan-Natasha Dalal

From the sounds of it, the show seems to be the TV star version of Karan Johar’s Kofee With Karan, which has Bollywood celebrities on the couch. The show has been hugely popular and Juzz Baatt might just become something audience love as it will bring to fore some unseen aspects and never seen before side to some of the most popular names in the TV industry. Also Read - Karan Johar Reaches Alibaug to Bless His Student Varun Dhawan And Natasha Dalal, See Pics

Sandipp Sickand’s first show as a producer was “Dhhai Kilo Prem” which didn’t have a long run like usual TV shows. However, he is not demotivated. “In fact, I’m proud of my first show and the feedback that I received. It was unfortunate that the entire afternoon slot of TV shows was shelved. I respect the channel’s call. Some decisions have to be made for best interests. Nonetheless, the audience appreciated the concept. It is a show that will always be close to my heart because as a team, we tried to highlight the problem of body shaming which exists in our society,” he said.

(Inputs from IANS)