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Lola speak

Lola Kutty now hits the road


When people say Lola please autograph, I feel like Aishwarya Rai


She is one chilled-out girl on the tube who serves a generous slice of humour and coconut water to her celebrity guests on show.

Can that get any cooler? With a fan following in Bahrain and the U.K. alike, Lola Kutty is the desi diva responsible for perking the TRP.

Her immaculate English comes into the picture for a moment when she says "give me a second" as she steps out of the studio.

Meanwhile, Lola will greet her guest with banana chips and coconut water on Lola TV. And, there is more to come.

"Next I will be working from the roads. The channel people say they `haeve' no money to record me in a studio. The show will be titled `Lolling with Lola' where I will be interviewing celebrities on the road only," she says.

And, one can look forward to a traffic-stopping jig from her.

Basking in her laurels so far, she received rave reviews for the recent and first edition of `Chronicle of Lola - the VJ, the Woman and the Wisecrack'.

The goddess of coconut gyan, quirky fashion and wacky one-liners says: "The response to the Lola notebook was overwhelming. When people say, `Lola, please autograph', I feel like Aishwarya Rai."

SYEDA FARIDA

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