New Delhi, Nov 6:
Comedienne Bharti Singh seems to be giving tough competition to Bollywood’s ‘serial kisser’ Emraan Hashmi.
Bharti couldn’t stop herself from drooling over the stellar cast of film “Happy New Year”, who happened to be the judges of the dancing reality show.
During the episode, Bharti got over excited at the prospect of searching for her groom and was so impressed with Sonu Sood’s six pack abs that she went ahead and kissed him. There was no looking back after that.
Bharti kissed everyone on the celebrity panel- right from Shah Rukh Khan, Boman Irani, Abhishek Bachchan to Vivaan Shah.
The final episode will be aired Nov 9.
Rannvijay looks upto his father for a role
Before finding fame on TV reality show “MTV Roadies”, Rannvijay Singh was destined to enter Indian army. But his passion for acting drove him towards showbiz.
Rannvijay’s father, who served in the army, wanted his son to join the profession. The actor is now set to relive his father’s dream through an action packed series “Pukaar”, in which he plays an army officer.
He drew inspiration from his father for the role as he picked up some traits of a solider from his father.
While on one hand it was easier for Rannvijay to play the role of a Major because of his father, on the other hand it was pressurising as he had to keep up with his role model — his father.
The show will go on air Nov 24 on Life OK.
Aakarshan Singh trained by Tiger Shroff’s trainer
Television’s new entrant Aakarshan Singh, who essays role of a superhero in show “Maharakshak Aryan”, was trained by actor Tiger Shroff’s trainer Deepak Das for the role. He says the training regime was tough and arduous.
For Aakarshan, the training was “definitely not easy and required both physical fitness and mental determination.”
“There were times when I was required to manage my entire body weight on one hand. I had to make a lot of changes in my diet regime. Though I have used these stunts for a few scenes in the show, the training will stay with me,” he said in a statement.
Aakarshan had to do various stunts in the ZEE TV show, ranging from kicks, somersaults, rappelling and jumping off buildings. Hence, Deepak was brought on board.
Aakarshan was apprehensive to take up the martial art coaching initially.
“When the makers told me that I would need to be trained in parkour, to be honest I was a little hesitant as I have had no professional training in the past, but I feel honoured now to have learnt it from the best in the industry,” he added.