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I'm judging 10th reality show on TV: Farah

tv Updated: Aug 11, 2010 17:28 IST
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Bollywood choreographer-director Farah Khan says Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega is the '10th reality show' she is judging and reveals it was her brother, comedian-director Sajid Khan, who made her comfortable on TV by taking her along for interviews and shows.

"Being with him (Sajid) and giving interviews, I became easy on television. I think I have more experience in judging reality show than him. Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega is the 10th reality show I am judging," Farah told IANS at the unveiling of the reality show Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega on Sony Entertainment Television.

Farah KhanThis is the third season of the reality show, where people from different parts of the country entertain the audiences and the judges with their unique talents. Music composer Anu Malik will accompany Farah as judge in this season of the show as well.

Farah claims her show is different from India's Got Talent, which is aired on Colors channel.

"Every week we will have different talent. They (India's Got Talent) continue with the same talents until the end of the show. So I feel after a point of time that becomes more monotonous because if there is a dance group then you watch them performing every week. Here every day we are giving you seven to eight types of performers," said Farah.

The director said that new season of the reality show is more interactive as the judges too performed along with the participants on quite a few occasions.

"They made us do many things. Either we had to do some magic tricks or dance with the participants. We are not passive judges, rather quite interactive with the contestants.

Asked if she would give a break to any of the participants of the show in the film world, she said: "Definitely, wherever I can."

The show will continue for eight weeks and will air five days a week starting Aug 16.