The actress will guide single women who are looking to find love without knowing what their suitors look like.
Shilpa Shetty to host Amazon Prime Video dating reality show, Hear Me Love Me
Mumbai - 17 Apr 2018 19:00 IST
Actress and fitness guru Shilpa Shetty Kundra will host Amazon Prime Video's one-of-a-kind dating reality show Hear Me. Love Me. The modern day reality will feature a single woman looking for romance who will have three dates during a day. The hitch is that the women won't know what their potential Mr Right looks like. Single women between the ages of 21 to 32 would date three men in one day, all without leaving their room.
The potential suitors never show their face, instead they wear a small camera on their chest. They share details from their lives and after the three dates are held back-to-back, the single woman has to make her final choice. Shetty Kundra will help the contestants with their monumental decisions.
Shetty Kundra said she was excited to come aboard the reality series, “I am thrilled to make my digital debut with Amazon Prime Video with this unique reality show. I am sure all of us have wondered if looks are everything when it comes to dating. Hear Me. Love Me. puts this concept to the test! The format of this unusual and edgy reality show revolves around dating through the heart."
The show is produced by FremantleMedia India and is yet another original reality series after the musical show The Remix judged by Sunidhi Chauhan and Amit Trivedi.
Vijay Subramaniam, Amazon Prime Video India's director of content, said in a statement, “This show is fun and fresh and we believe it will appeal to our current and future Prime members. It is based on the premise of choosing a date, but with a big twist and in a never before seen format in India. I think Shilpa is a great fit for this show and the audience will love the role she plays in this Prime Original. We’re excited to add Hear Me. Love Me. to the slate of innovative shows we’re making for our Prime members.
The reality show was originally created by FremantleMedia’s Israeli production company Abot Hameiri and has already aired in USA since February.