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Noor to host ‘Ke Hote Chay Kotipoti’

Asaduzzaman Noor speaks as he takes over as host of 'Ke Hote Chay Kotipoti' from Annisul Huq, who is standing on his left, during a press conference at a hotel in the capital on Thursday. Photo: Desh TV

PROMINENT businessman and anchor of several television programmes Annisul Huq on Thursday stepped down as the host of reality show “Ke Hote Chay Kotipoti” due to eye problem.

Famous actor and parliamentarian Asaduzzaman Noor has taken over as the new host of the Bangla  version of the internationally acclaimed reality show “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” to be aired on private satellite TV channel Desh Television.

The announcement formally came at a press conference at a city hotel Thursday.

The general knowledge-testing programme, brought to Bangladesh jointly by Robi, Delta Bay, Red Dot and Desh TV, has already created a buzz in the country.

On May 9, the organisers introduced Annisul Huq as the host of the programme. Since then the popular businessman has been rehearsing long and hard for the TV show.

But recently, the organisers pointed out that he wears the reading glass on the tip of his nose.

Talking to The Daily Star, Annisul Huq quoted the Indian director of the programme as saying, “The way you wear spectacle on the tip of your nose over the last 20 years, it will not look good on the screen and the quality of the programme will suffer.”

Huq then consulted several doctors home and abroad who said he needs an operation. “After the operation, I will need to rest for six to eight weeks. But, you know, the programme begins in two weeks,” he said.

Considering that the programme is extensively computer-based and going to continue for three months, Annisul decided to hand over the responsibility.

“The quality of the programme comes first, not the person,” he said, continuing, “and I have handed over through press conference to a great artiste, great person, Asaduzzaman Noor.”

He said it is totally a health issue. “They have invited me to host the next programme when my eyes will be okay,” he added.

Addressing the press conference, Asaduzzaman Noor said: “The manner in which I have been asked to become the host of Ke Hote Chay Kotipoti is totally unexpected. I hope that I will be able to live up to the expectations of the viewers, all the people working behind the scenes and last but not the least, Annisul Huq.”

“I regret the loss of Anisul Haque and hope that I shall be able to make up for his absence.”

Wishing the very best for the programme, Annisul Huq said, “If my health permits, I hope to return the next season.”

Prominent businessman and anchor of several television programmes Annisul Huq on Thursday stepped down as the host of reality show “Ke Hote Chay Kotipoti” due to eye problem.

Famous actor Asaduzzaman Noor is going to host the Bangla version of the internationally acclaimed reality show “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” to be aired on private satellite TV channel Desh Television.

The announcement formally came at a press conference at a city hotel Thursday.

The general knowledge-testing programme, brought to Bangladesh jointly by Robi, Delta Bay, Red Dot and Desh TV, has already created a buzz in the country.

On May 9, the organisers introduced Annisul Huq as the host of the programme. Since then the popular businessman has been rehearsing long and hard for the TV show.

But recently, the organisers pointed out that he wears the reading glass on the tip of his nose.

Talking to The Daily Star, Annisul Huq quoted the Indian director of the programme as saying, “The way you wear spectacle on the tip of your nose over the last 20 years, it will not look good on the screen and the quality of the programme will be suffer.”

Huq then consulted several doctors home and abroad who said he needs an operation. “After the operation, I will need to rest for six to eight weeks. But, you know, the programme begins in two weeks,” he said.

Considering that the programme is extensively computer-based and going to continue for three months, Annisul decided to hand over the responsibility.

“The quality of the programme comes first, not the person,” he said, continuing, “and I have handed over through press conference to a great artiste, great person, Asaduzzaman Noor.”

He said it is totally a health issue. “They have invited me to host the next programme when my eyes will be okay,” he added.

Addressing the press conference, Asaduzzaman Noor said: “The manner in which I have been asked to become the host of Ke Hote Chay Kotipoti is totally unexpected. I hope that I will be able to live up to the expectations of the viewers, all the people working behind the scenes and last but not the least, Annisul Huq.”

“I regret the loss of Anisul Haque and hope that I shall be able to make up for his absence.”

Wishing the very best for the programme, Annisul Huq said, “If my health permits, I hope to return the next season.”

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