John's headed to Dubai PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Hemant   
Tuesday, 19 October 2010
Hottie John Abraham is going to be in Dubai this week, and you could get to meet him while he's here! Fans can head to BurJuman this Wednesday, October 20 at 5pm for the chance to be one of ten lucky people to win an up close meeting with the star.
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'Bigg Boss' blocked in Mumbai PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Hemant   
Thursday, 14 October 2010
Cable operators in Mumbai have blocked Salman Khan's TV show 'Bigg Boss' which shows on Colors channel, following the Shiv Sena's demand to do so. The party has been protesting against the inclusion of Pakistani participants Veena Malik and Begum Nawazish Ali in the show ever since it began.

Following the block, viewers in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane will be unable to view the show.

Cable operators and the channel confirmed that this has happened. Now it remains to be seen if Colors will continue with the participants from Pakistan or have them pulled from the show.  
 
Salman has a red eye! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Hemant   
Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Salman Khan is seen with glares these days, but it is not his new style statement. He is wearing them to cover up his bruised eye

 

At the three recent events in Mumbai - the eviction episode of "Bigg Boss 4", launch of Being Human watches and the Being Human fashion show at the HDIL-India Couture Week - the actor sported glares.

"I was okay to walk the ramp without the glares but everyone who saw my eye got scared. So I thought it best to wear the 'chashmas'," Salman posted on his Twitter page.

He explained the reason behind the bruised eye.

"It was just a small scratch near the eye but because of all the commitments with 'Bigg Boss', launch of Being Human watches ...the Being Human fashion show, had to attend all these functions and so because of the energy the blood clot spread in the whole eye."

"Of course it hurts and vision is slightly blurred, but will be fine in a few days," he added.

Salman walked the couture week ramp with Bollywood beauties like Priety Zinta, Katrina Kaif, Rani Mukerji, Bipasha Basu, Karishma Kapoor, Sushmita Sen, Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor. He says he loved scaring them all with his bruised eye.

"I had a lot of fun scaring all my beautiful leading ladies backstage."

 
Big B's back to 'KBC' PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Hemant   
Tuesday, 12 October 2010
mitabh Bachchan's charisma and his rich baritone that made 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' such a huge hit were back in the fourth season of the game show that began October 11, with a slight change in format and more prize money.

The show kick-started on Amitabh's 68th birthday, and he said it felt like returning home.

"It's an important day for all of us because today the first episode of the new season of KBC was aired. I want to thank the entire team," said Amitabh, dressed in a black, self-printed striped suit and light blue tie, at an event to celebrate his birthday and the opening episode of the show.

"When I started shooting for the new season, I felt that I've returned to my home. You are always comfortable and happy in your own house and that's what I feel," he added.

Speaking in immaculate Hindi, Amitabh, who made a grand entry on the show, introduced the first 10 contestants in his signature style and then started the game with the first contestant, who won Rs.3,20,000.

This time, the quiz show based on popular Britian-based reality game show 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?', will run for only nine weeks.

The show's first edition was aired in 2000 on Star Plus with the prize money of Rs.One crore.

In 2005, the show was renamed as 'Kaun Banega Crorepati Dwitiya' (KBC 2) in which the final prize amount was doubled to Rs.2 crore, but the show was abruptly ended as Big B fell ill and had shot only 61 episodes out of 85.

Then the third edition was hosted by Shah Rukh Khan with the same prize money but the show failed to create any magic on the TV screen as its TRPs dipped.

Now with the fourth edition, Big B is back on the small screen with a few changes in the format.

The prize money has shot up to Rs.5 crore and the show is now aired on Sony Entertainment channel.

The number of questions has been reduced from 15 to 12. This time there is a time limit to answer the questions. For the first two questions, the time limit is 30 seconds. From third to seventh question, one will have 45 seconds and after seventh question, there is no time limit.

KBC 4 will also have some innovative options for phoning a friend for help. In 'KBC 4', three experts will be there on call and you can talk to them as options for an answer. They will appear on TV live as opposed to a voice.

On the whole, the show looks exciting and has created a lot of hype. The only thing to wait and see is whether it will garner the same TRPs or not, specially with reality show 'Bigg Boss 4, hosted by Salman Khan running at the same time on Colors.
 
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