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Sister Series, the Brazilian version

But, the one thing that I have done in the past 10 days is to hang out with my boys.

entertainment Updated: Sep 03, 2010 13:08 IST
Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra
Hindustan Times

Oye from Brazil... My 13 khiladis and I are neck deep in our stunt-baazi, which leaves us exhausted but happy at the end of everyday.

I wish I could have done a travelogue about the beauty of the beaches of Copacabana and Ipenema and the breathtaking mountains, but sadly, apart from seeing them while driving to the shoot everyday, I haven’t seen too much of Brazil yet.

PriyankaBut, the one thing that I have done in the past 10 days is to hang out with my boys. It’s been wild, funny, exciting, nail-biting days, and so, I’ve kind of been let into their secret lair... learning some interesting new things about the boys. So, here is a Brazilian version of the

‘Sister Series’! Off the top of my head, here are some of the insights into the world of my macho muchachos:
1.Size does not matter: Now, now... it’s not what you’re thinking! It's just that tiny little Manjot has proven without a doubt that he is as much a stud as the rest of my Khiladis.

2.Where there’s testosterone, there is a will: The boys have grown to become a tight unit, but when the game is on, their testosterone kicks in and their will to perform and excel comes right to the fore. It’s a sight to see!

3.A single tear can knock them flat: Something we’ve known for some time now, but it’s proven time and again. As strong and tough as these boys are, daring to take on the toughest stunts, just a single tear from their partners makes them melt — as simple as that!

4.They actually do listen to a woman: A little prodding, a whistle and a bhopu is needed initially, but once they get in line, it’s smooth sailing. Khatron Ke Khiladi x3 goes on air September 6 on Colors. We’ve all literally put our sweat and blood into it, and we’d love you guys to tune in and catch all the action. My fingers are crossed, and I don’t think any of the stunts has made me as nervous as waiting for your response. Until next week, battered and bruised from Brazil... PC.

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First Published: Sep 02, 2010 18:04 IST