New Delhi, May 22 (IANS) Comedian Bharti Singh used TV show "Comedy Circus Ke Ajoobe" as a platform to confess her love for veteran actor Dharmendra.
Dharmendra came on the set of the show to promote his upcoming film "Yamla Pagla Deewana 2", and Bharti didn't miss the chance to declare: "I love you Dharam ji."
Dharmendra was accompanied by his younger son Bobby Deol on the show, and he was overwhelmed with the love showered on him. He couldn't thank the team of "Comedy Circus..." enough.
The special episode of "Comedy Circus Ke Ajoobe" and "Yamla Pagla Deewana 2" integration will air May 31 on Sony channel.
'C.I.D.' actors spend time with kids
TV artists of popular crime show "C.I.D." were seen spending time with children and getting themselves clicked with the kids, who won a magazine competition.
As part of the competition, the kids had to answer two multiple-choice questions about the Tinkle characters "Defective Detectives". The contestants then had to give a subjective opinion on "C.I.D." characters.
Characters ACP Pradyuman, Daya, Abhijeet and Fredericks played by Shivaji Satyam, Dayanand Shetty, Aditya Srivastava and Dinesh Phadnis, respectively, were present at the event.
Trisha Roy from Bengaluru, Kaustubh B from Ahmedabad, Arundhati Joshi and Raghav Binwal from Mumbai, along with kids from various Mumbai schools got a chance to learn new things from all the artists, who play cops in the show, which has been on air since 15 years.
"'CID' is a very popular show among kids, hence it was the right opportunity to partner with Tinkle and get them to meet their favourite 'C.I.D.' heroes," Gaurav Seth, senior vice president (Marketing and Communications), Sony Entertainment Television, said in a statement.
Scarlett Johansson is my dream woman: Karan Grover
TV actor Karan Grover says "Iron Man 2" star Scarlett Johansson is his dream woman.
The actor, who plays Raaj in Zee TV's "Punarvivaah...Ek Nayi Umeed", is smitten with the actress.
The 30-year-old actor even revealed his love for superhero characters and sci-fi films.
A traveller at heart, Karan admits he is "anti-social" in real life.
"I don't go out for parties. But whenever I get time, I go out for a vacation. I go out to a new place every year on my birthday. I want to travel the entire world before I turn 50," he told IANS.
His favourite holiday destinations are Las Vegas and New York, but he says for a two-to-three-day-long break, "Goa is the best place".