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Ranbir-SRK on Hrithik’s show

As part of the promotions for their upcoming movies, actors Shah Rukh Khan and Ranbir Kapoor have agreed to be part of the finale of Hrithik Roshan’s dance and reality show, Just Dance...

tv Updated: Sep 17, 2011 18:26 IST
Rachana Dubey

As part of the promotions for their upcoming movies, actors Shah Rukh Khan and Ranbir Kapoor have agreed to be part of the finale of Hrithik Roshan’s dance and reality show, Just Dance. The show that opened to a cumulative rating of 4.7 this June and got Hrithik voted as the best debutant judge-anchor imported from Bollywood on to the tube, will wrap up on October 1. The finale episode, however, will be shot in bits and pieces across two or three days in the last week of this month.

Shah Rukh, who will be on the show to promote RA.One, has already shot a promo on the day he launched the music of his fantasy, adventure at Film City, Goregaon. He will shoot his portions of the show two days in advance since he has committed to appear on another reality show on the same day as Hrithik’s finale shoot.

Ranbir, however, will be with Hrithik on the day the latter shoots the finale that has found its finalists in Ankan Sen, Surjeet Bansal and Karan Pangali. Rockstar’s lead actor will crown the winner, who will also shoot a music video with the show’s star-judge at some point in future as a promised prize alongside cash. It’s the first time that three male actors will appear together on a reality show that’s judged by one of them.

It’s rumoured that Hrithik’s debut show is wrapping up before time since it couldn’t manage to get the right numbers. It’s also said that the channel may not consider bringing the dance show back, and if they do so, it may not feature Hrithik. However, our well-placed source from the channel insists that the show is wrapping up a week after its actual deadline but refused to comment on Hrithik’s return. We sent several messages to Monica Shergill, senior creative director, Star Plus. But at the time of going to press, she hadn’t responded.

Chi Chi’s tribute to Shammi

Govinda has been entertaining us in many shades, grooving to the moves of Bollywood music. He, along with Sachin Tendulkar, will showcase his moves as a tribute to Shammi Kapoor on NDTV on September 18. In a bid to raise funds for better schools, the actor like many others, will encourage viewers to offer help.