Lifestyle channel Goodtimes is back with “The Making of The Kingfisher Calendar 2020”. This year, the series takes the viewers to the captivating city of Cape Town, South Africa, where they go through a behind-the-scenes journey of glamour, beaches, bikinis and a whole lot of adventure. The six-part series premiered on January 11 and airs every Saturday at 10 pm on Goodtimes and its website www.mygoodtimes.in.
Four gorgeous models, one ace photographer, 12 stunning pictures, one amazing location!
The Kingfisher Calendar has just turned 18 and lifestyle channel Goodtimes is all set to give its viewers a closer look at all the behind-the-scenes action. Viewers can witness an eclectic mix of stylish swimsuit trends, ravishing models and breathtaking landscapes as ace photographer Atul Kasbekar shoots with second-time Kingfisher model Aishwarya Sushmita from Bihar, fitness enthusiast Pooja Chopra from Pune, actress Zoya Afroz from Lucknow and Femina Miss India World 2015 Aditi Arya from Chandigarh.
Gurpreet Singh, Head Marketing, United Breweries, said, “The Kingfisher Calendar 2020 has been shot at the tranquil location in and around Cape Town, South Africa and as has been the case every year this year as well the Calendar will showcase the best of style and photography. An epitome of unmatched glamour and panache, the Kingfisher Calendar has been a launch pad for fresh talent and has given the film and fashion industry some of the biggest names over the years. The series on Kingfisher Calendar being presented on the Goodtimes channel, India’s premium lifestyle channel, will help us reach out this scintillating property to millions of viewers.”
Arati Singh, Chief Executive Officer, Goodtimes, said, “Goodtimes aims to attract a wider audience and does so by constantly innovating its programming to reach our evolving audience. We have always specialised in fresh and original content on television and now on our digital platforms as well."
Goodtimes is a part of the Lifestyle and Media Broadcasting Limited Group. Launched in September 2007, Goodtimes targets a largely cosmopolitan, socially upbeat audience that is young and increasingly affluent, with an inclination towards better living.