Simran Bhargava is known for her role as a TV host and presenter of one of the best lifestyle talk shows in Indian television- ‘One Life to Love’ - that was aired on NDTV Good Times. The show kept discussing topics such as money, work balance, stress, spirituality, health, alternative therapies, arts, an art of living, burnout, etc. which is necessary topics being understood by millions of Indians.

She was typically honest in her presentation. Rare we come across the topic she chose. There was sincerity in her purpose that we seldom come across in television-chat programs. She discussed everyday issues, and shared her opinion and had engaged her in loud conversations in various topics. The talk-show host Simran Bhargava invited a guest panel to discuss a topic, in front of a studio audience which was like a breath of fresh air.

She was a fantastic communicator and fabulous interviewer who chose topics of ‘modern marriage’, ’how to fight failure’, ‘battle with fat’, ‘ It’s all about money, honey’, ‘parents vs. teens’, ‘dealing with death’, etc. The show only aimed that people always applies good thoughts and lead a happier and less-stressed life. The show was an easy conservation-cum-documentary presentation by her with expert insights that made viewers follow her advice immediately to their lives. This TV host was also an editor with India Today Group and had written columns that influenced the society by and large. Simran Bhargava is alumina of Standford University, the USA from where she did her Masters in Communication and thereby grew up as a powerful force in the world of media.

In her career, she worked with newspapers like India Today, Pioneer and television houses such as TV 18. She was in the height of her career with the launch of ‘Cosmopolitan Magazine’ for which she was founder-editor. Also, she also launched an e-learning site with the purpose of soft skills training that included clients like Wipro, American Express, Citibank, etc. She was also a pioneer facilitator of ‘Personality Enhancement Program’ which focused on placement and preparation of young minds.