"This time it's not just the entertainment, but also a lot of information, he said."
Mumbai, July 21 - After hosting dance and reality shows, Manish Paul will be seen as the host of infotainment show Science of Stupid and says he used to stay away from maths and commerce during his school days.

I was in humanities as I always wanted to stay away from maths and commerce. I did my graduation in tourism. I won't say that I was an outstanding student and I won't say that used to flunk in studies. 'Main utna hi padhta tha jitna zaroori hota tha'. And I think it has got me to a decent place, Manish told IANS on phone from Mumbai.

So far he has hosted fun-filled shows and his tryst with hosting began with Wheel Ghar Ghar Mein, in which he used to visit people's houses. After that he replaced Jay Bhanushali as the host of Zee TV's dance reality show Dance India Dance (DID).

If he made the audience laugh a zillion times with is wit and humour, now he is all set to entertain and educate them with Science of Stupid, which will goes on air Monday on National Geographic Channel.

He will be seen mixing fun with science on the show.

This time it's not just the entertainment, but also a lot of information, he said.

People will enjoy the show, as they will get both at the same time. All of us have tried to mess around with science at some point of time in our lives. I just want to say that there's a logic behind everything, added Manish who also hosted dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.


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