Annu Kapoor returns to TV

New Delhi, Nov 16 (IANS) Annu Kapoor is set to recreate the magic of his memorable show "Antakshari" with some of the actors of Zee TV's popular shows in a one−off episode.

As a build−up property to Zee Rishtey Awards 2012, the channel has brought together some of the most popular stars of its prime−time shows and pitted them against each other in an Antakshri competition, which will be hosted by the evergreen Annu Kapoor.

This special session, featuring actors like Ankita Lokhande, Vaishnavi McDonald, Vibha Chibber, Rati Pandey, Varun Badola, Kanan Malhotra and Kinshuk Mahajan, will be aired on Zee TV Saturday,

Bringing back "Antakshri" with Annu Kapoor is part of the channel's initiative of reviving all the popular shows that have found a place in the audience's hearts over the last 20 years of the channel's existence.

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Big B grooves with Ajay−Sonakshi

It was time for some Punjabi power on the sets of "Kaun Banega Crorepati 6" (KBC) as Ajay Devgn and Sonakshi Sinha dropped in as the special guests on the show for the promotion of their film "Son of Sardaar" (SOS).

Ajay and Sonakshi joked and laughed with the show's host, megastar Amitabh Bachchan. During the game, Amitabh questioned Ajay about his dancing skills and Ajay admitted he wasn't always comfortable dancing.

Amitabh requested Ajay and Sonakshi to show a few dance steps on their favourite song from their film. Sonakshi pulled in Big B and then the trio grooved to "Rani tu main raja" and Amitabh copied the signature dance moves much to the delight of the studio audience.

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Rashami Desai isn't brand conscious

Television actress Rashami Desai says she isn't brand conscious and likes to wear only those clothes in which she feels comfortable.

"I wear anything I am comfortable and confident in. I should look good and be comfortable in them. If not, then what is the point of the brand. I am not very brand conscious," Rashami told IANS.

The actress has recently made a comeback to popular show "Uttaran".

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