Kavita Awaasthi, Hindustan Times
Mumbai, October 06, 2012
First Published: 13:53 IST(6/10/2012)
Last Updated: 14:51 IST(6/10/2012)
Actor Rani Mukerji got a peculiar challenge from stand-up comedian Bharti Singh during the shoot of Comedy Circus Ke Ajoobe.
Belly dance competition
Actor Rani Mukerji got a peculiar challenge from stand-up comedian Bharti Singh during the shoot of Comedy Circus Ke
Bharti put forth a challenge to Rani to do a belly dance, which Rani was only to happy to accept. The duo danced to the song Aga Bai from Rani’s film Aiyyaa and it was a sight to behold. Both the ladies danced to the core as they competed fiercely to win the contest, in turn also entertaining the audiences and judges.
Not a cliché
Post Yahan Mein Ghar Ghar Kheli, Karan V Grover returns to TV with Teri Meri Love Stories. He plays the role of Rohit Jain who falls in love with his neighbour, a Marathi girl Anjali Pathare, played by Aditi Sharma. It turns out to be a very challenging love story as the strict vegetarian Jains can’t even bear the sight of the non-vegetarian-eating Pathares. But love rules over food and the couple gets married. However, not for very long, as the couple part ways when Rohit loses out on a job due to a bad recommendation by Anjali’s dad. Eventually, being destined to be with each other, love unites them!
Aniruddh Dave aka Indu Singh of Ruk Jana Nahi, Vishal Singh aka Jigar of Saath Nibhana Saathiya and Gautam Gulati aka Vikram of Diya Aur Baati Hum, recently had a tough time dressing up as women for a performance for Star Parivaar — Khushiyon Ka Tyohaar. Gautam, who was all ready for this challenge, says, “For the first time, my hair was in place and I had make-up on my face that ensured I looked feminine. I was dressed in a beautiful outfit and no one recognised me in my new get-up.” He adds, “Though it took hours to get ready, I enjoyed every moment of acting and dancing like a woman.”