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‘Dr Subhash Chandra Show’ to return in a new avatar on Zee Media channels on 13 May

MUMBAI: Zee Media Corporation’s motivational youth show ‘The Dr Subhash Chandra Show’ is all set to return for a second season with a fresh look and format.

The curtain-raiser episode of ‘The Dr Subhash Chandra Show’ will air on 6 May, followed by the first episode ‘Who Am I?’ on 13 May on other Zee Media channels.

Evolving from a straightforward chat show, the new episodes will highlight inspirational stories of people from different backgrounds. While it was Dr Chandra who vehemently tried to motivate and change many lives in the earlier format, going ahead the ‘The Dr Subhash Chandra Show’ will introduce audiences to the stories of India’s unsung heroes who overcame hurdles in their lives through courage and determination.

The first episode was held on 19 April at Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management, Rohini, New Delhi, during which Dr Subhash Chandra, Rajya Sabha MP & chairman of Essel Group & ZEE, shared his insights into the topic ‘Who Am I?’ The special guests for this episode were Ravi Kalra, Founder of Earth Saviours Foundation and popularly known as the ‘No Honking Man of India’, and Saachi Roy, India’s youngest woman to have been selected for an expedition to Mount Everest by the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and also the first from the country to reach Mount Elbrus, Europe’s highest peak.

Sharing his views on the topic ‘Who Am I?’, Dr Chandra said, “As we journey through life, we tend to give ourselves different identities such as son, daughter, student or teacher. But we are a son or daughter because we have parents, students because we are studying in a school or college, and teachers because we are imparting knowledge to others. Thus, everything that we believe in is dependent on something else and is not our true identity. The only thing which is independent of everything else is our ‘inner consciousness’, which is the sensation of being alive and aware.”

Elaborating further, Dr Chandra said, “While our thoughts, emotions and environment change, this inner consciousness never changes. By teaching ourselves to be aware of and immersed in this consciousness, we can calm our mind and slow our flow of thoughts, thus utilising its power more effectively. As we harness this power, we will also experience freedom from anxiety and worry, inner strength, peace of mind and happiness.”