New Delhi, Feb 24 Bollywood actress Mahima Chaudhary says she couldn’t turn down the offer to judge “Chhote Miyan Chapter 3″ because she loves spending time with kids.
“I have always loved comedy and when ‘Chhote Miyan Chapter 3′ was offered to me, I couldn’t turn it down. It gives me the double chance of not only being around kids, but also witnessing the innocent minds of kids at work while creating comic moments that leave me in splits,” said the actress, who has a daughter named Aryana.
“Being a mother, I cherish every minute I get to spend with children because they are the perfect balance of innocence and mischievousness. The kids on the show are exceptionally talented and keep us thoroughly entertained through their acts. I am sure that the audiences will enjoy watching it just as much as I have enjoyed working on it,” she added.
“Chhote Miyan Chapter 3″ is a war of jokes between boys and girls. Actor Sachin Pilgaonkar will co-judge the Colors’ show, to go on air Saturday.
Delighted to be back in ‘Balika Vadhu’: Farida Jalal
Veteran actress Farida Jalal is returning to “Balika Vadhu” as Badi Jiji. She is excited about taking the story forward in a major way.
“The most vital thing is that Jiji will be instrumental in taking the storyline forward and brings in a drastic change,” Farida said in a press statement.
Her re-entry will trigger more friction between the Anandi-Jagya-Gauri relationship in the show.
“Last time around I brought about a change in Dadisa’s heart, this time let’s see whose hearts melt,” she added.
Farida plays the role of Dadisa’s elder sister in the Colors’ show.
Lakhbir Singh Lakha to make cameo in ‘Shubh Vivaah’
Devotional singer Lakhbir Singh Lakha will make a special appearance in the opening episode of “Shubh Vivaah”.
The show, produced by UTV Television, will go on air on Sony Monday.
Lakha was been roped in for an innovative way to seek god’s blessings for the new show. He will be seen in a special performance in its opening episode of the show.
He will pay a tribute to Mata Rani in a jagrata and will be joined by the cast, including Rakesh Bedi and his five onscreen daughters.
My first pay was Rs.35: Rohit Shetty
Filmmaker Rohit Shetty made an interesting revelation on “Big Switch 3″. While talking about his struggle, he shared that his first ever pay was as little as Rs.35.
The aim of the show, aired on UTV Bindass, is to make the contestants appreciate the value of hard work and hard-earned money.
So, that got Shetty, the show’s ‘Godfather’, nostalgic about his struggle days.
With a meagre pay of Rs.35 only as his first pay, the “Golmaal” director says he would cover long distances on foot because he didn’t have money to afford the luxury of public transport.
In his words, it is important for the show’s contestants to learn “kaudi-kaudi ka bhaav” (worth of each penny).