Sunday, August 31, 2014

Amitabh Bachchan down with fever, cancels film shoot

Amitabh Bachchan down with fever, cancels film shoot

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is suffering from viral fever and has also cancelled the shoot of his upcoming film 'Piku'.

The 71-year-old actor began shooting for Shoojit Sircar's next, co-starring Deepika Padukone and Irrfan Khan, from last week.

"DAMN !! Just discovered.. Down with fever," Bachchan tweeted last evening.

The actor is yet to recover from it and today tweeted, "Still down! Shoot cancelled Not happy about that! But shall persevere and be up for it by the morrow.. Resting..!!" Bachchan tweeted.

The Bhootnath Returns star also thanked fans, who wished him speedy recovery.

"To all that send their good wishes for my recovery.. A most grateful thanks.." he wrote.

Bachchan along with son Abhishek and daughter-in-law Aishwarya visited the famous Lalbagh cha Raja on Saturday eveving the ongoing occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.

"Lalbagh cha Raja! Ganapati arti...!! There is nothing quite so enveloping as divinity!!" he captioned a picture of himself with the family attending the arti.

Saturday, August 30, 2014

The divine presence of Ganesh at Lal Bagh : Amitabh Bachchan

 The divine presence of Ganesh at Lal Bagh : Amitabh Bachchan

Jalsa, Mumbai            Aug 30/31,  2014           Sat Sun  1:28 am

The divine presence of Ganesh at Lal Bagh .. Lalbagh cha Raja .. ! The largest Ganesh during the entire festival of Ganapati … been going there since 1974 .. the organiser has a picture of that visit still ..

Alas have just discovered I have fever .. 

Good night !!

Amitabh Bachchan

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Sonam Kapoor with Fawd Khan promote Khoobsurat’ on KBC and amir khan meet again with him

 The company of stars on set … the lovely Sonam Kapoor along with the handsome Fawd Khan from Pakistan, who promote their film ‘Khoobsurat’ on KBC ..

Aamir Khan and the chance meet again with him in the Atrium of YRF … this atrium seems destined for meetings with important people ..

But in the true sense of the word the real heroes are the ones that appear on KBC with their list of difficulties and issues .. and to see them playing the game for a cause which can resolve their most deepest problematic legacies in their individual homes .. is the most heartening to behold ..

Each day on set of KBC is a test of  not just our knowledge, but indeed the heart beats of the nation .. 

In the hallowed precincts of this unusual but rather intriguing game is hidden the substance which brings with it the essence of better times, a resolve resolved, a home getting back to being a home … the fulfilment of dreams and desires, mostly not for them selves, but for those that struggle among them ..

It is an honor and a most humbling experience to be among those that have never perhaps had the opportunities that we get within a whisshhh … to be with those that have suffered the pain of poverty and abuse and limited means .. to be with those that bring such reverence ever - their little hand made gifts of presentation and its reciprocation .. 

We are a nation of such deep magnitude and feeling that it shall be impossible to fathom our real selves .. 

We ourselves would find it difficult to express what it means to us when we confront these issues …

God has been kind …. very kind …

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Amitabh Bachchan’s ‘Shree Ganeshay Dheemahi’ from Viruddh

 Ganesh Festival Song of the Day: Amitabh Bachchan’s ‘Shree Ganeshay Dheemahi’ from Viruddh

Chants of ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya, Mangal Murti Morya’ are echoing in the air as we all welcome Lord Ganesh with pomp and fervour on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. The Hindu festival is celebrated in the honour of Lord Ganesha– destroyer of obstacles and the vitality. Ganesh Chaturthi is the most popular and extravagant festival celebrated across India, but it is most elaborately celebrated in Maharashtra. On this auspicious celebration friends and family get together to worship the elephant god and to seek happiness and prosperity.

Song of the day for the Ganesh festival is Shree Ganeshay Dheemahi from the movie Viruddh… Family comes first. This is an immensely popular track from the movie Viruddh starring Amitabh Bachchan, Sharmila Tagore, John Abraham & Anusha Dandekar. This Ganesh aarti played in its pristine form in this family oriented movie is one of  the most  liked and popular song. No gathering or community function is complete without this song being played or a performed. The song is a divine rendition by the soulful singer Shankar Mahadevan.The song “Shree Ganeshay Dheemahi” was selected from one of the Lord Ganesha Strorum from Marathi music maestro Ajay-Atul. The beautiful composition brings out the essence of devotion.

Watch the devotional video below. May Lord Ganesh shower you with success in all your endeavours. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi.

News source by india

World of sport chang the in India: Amitabh Bachchan

 World of sport chang the in India: Amitabh Bachchan

New Delhi, Aug 30: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, a sports enthusiast, whose son and actor Abhishek Bachchan has invested in a franchise each in a football and kabaddi league, finds the world of sports changing for the better in the country.

“Abhishek comes into ISL, the Indian Super League for Football, buys into Chennai FC.. the world of sport changeth in India,” the 71-year-old thespian posted on Twitter.

The junior Bachchan owns the Jaipur Pink Panthers – the Jaipur franchise of the Pro Kabaddi League. He was also unveiled as the team owner of the Chennai franchise of the Indian Super League (ISL) during the official launch of the glamorous football league earlier this week.

Big B, along with Abhishek’s wife Aishwarya Rai and daughter Aaradhya also visited Jaipur to support the Pro Kabaddi League team recently.

On Friday, after the Pro Kabaddi League semi-final, Amitabh tweeted: “@JaipurPanthers in the Final .. we WON .. !! COME OONNNNNNNN !!!”

Amitabh has received a positive response to Abhishek’s efforts to support these games in the country. One Twitter user wrote to Big B: “He is doing GR8 efforts for sports in INDIA. You should keep encouraging him…”

Modified Date: August 30

News source by IANS

Amitabh Bachchan help us make violence against children disappear

Bollywood Film Icon Is U.N. Goodwill Ambassador

Bollywood film icon and Goodwill Ambassador Amitabh Bachchan wants you to know.

He’s working with UNICEF to sound the alarm on violence against children.

Here is the story UNICEF wrote.

Learn more and join the movement Here is the story UNICEF:

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor 'Shake the Bootiya' with Amitabh Bachchan in KBC 8

 Deepika Padukone & Arjun Kapoor 'Shake the Bootiya' with Amitabh Bachchan!

Amitabh Bachchan, who has played father to Deepika Padukone in Prakash Jha’s ‘Aarakshan’ had fun with the dimpled hottie on the sets of his TV game show – ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’.

The super gorgeous girl was on the show along with her ‘Finding Fanny’ co-star Arjun Kapoor, to promote the film.

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T 1593 - KBC was fun .. had the gorgeous and affectionate Deepika with Arjun Kapoor on set ..

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T 1593 - Shaking the 'booty' with Deepika and Arjun for 'Finding Fanny' film promotion on KBC .. !! ha ha ha fun !!

And while on the sets, the duo had fun with the megastar by “shaking the booty”.

Bachchan posted about the same on a social networking site along with few pictures of them shaking their booties to the song! “KBC with the lovely and most affectionate Deepika Paducone ... Arjun Kapoor and the booty moving song .. hahaha,” posted Big B. He also shared his experience on his blog where he said, “Deepika Paducone for example .. she be with me on ‘Piku’ and she be with me, on KBC to promote her film ‘Finding Fanny’ along with Arjun Kapoor … and fun times it was .. !! Especially the ‘bootiya dance’ … hahaha .. its a popular number in the film and been done with some finesse.”

Amitabh Bachchan welcomes special guest on Kaun Banega Crorepat 8 in hot seat

 Amitabh Bachchan welcomes special guest on Kaun Banega Crorepati

People from all across the country get a chance to sit on the ‘hot seat’ of ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’, hosted by Bollywood megastar megastar Amitabh Bachchan. But during a recent shoot, the contestants’ seat was occupied by a special stuffed toy.

A cute soft toy given to Big B by one of his fans was made to sit on the ‘hot seat’. “Mr. Bachchan was seen in a playful mood with the adorable soft toy during the KBC shoot,” said a source.

Giving Amitabh Bachchan company on the hot seat of the popular game show Kaun Banega Crorepati have always been various contestants from different parts of the nation. 

But for the first time Amitabh had a special guest on the game show. Before you rack your brains about whom we are talking about, let us break the surprise for you. It was none other than a cute soft toy given to him by one of his fans.

The show airs on Sony Entertainment Television.

Shahrukh Khan to play Amitabh Bachchan in Rohit Shetty's 'Hum'? in KBC 8

Shah Rukh Khan to play Amitabh Bachchan in Rohit Shetty's 'Hum'?

New Delhi: The hit jodi of Bollywood filmmaker Rohit Shetty and actor Shah Rukh Khan, who broke all the box office records with their 2013 film `Chennai Express` are all set to create ripples once again. If reports are anything to go by, the director-actor duo has teamed up for another project.

According to a leading daily, the filmmaker will soon recreate Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan`s blockbuster film `Hum`. And yes, he has decided to rope in none other than the king Khan to play Big B`s character in the remake.

Varun Dhawan will reportedly play the character that was essayed by Govinda in the original film while Sidharth Malhotra will step into superstar Rajinikanth`s shoes.

As of now there is no official confirmation about the film or its cast from either the makers or the actors.

Earlier, there were reports that the `Singham Returns` director has plans to rope in the most lovable duo of Bollywood- Shah Rukh and Kajol for his next untitled.

It would now be interesting to see what Rohit Shetty has in store for the audiences. Catch a breath meanwhile!
Zee Media Bureau/Parul Sabherwal

Monday, August 25, 2014

First look: Amitabh Bachchan with Dhanush and Akshara Haasan in Shamitabh Movie

 First look: Amitabh Bachchan with Dhanush and Akshara Haasan in 'Shamitabh'

Here's a look at the 'Shamitabh' cast - Amitabh Bachchan, Akshara Haasan and Dhanush

Post Shamitabh, Amitabh Bachchan gets busy with Shoojit’s ‘Piku

 Post Shamitabh, Amitabh Bachchan gets busy with Shoojit’s ‘Piku’

Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan says he is all set to shoot for filmmaker Shoojit Sircar’s Piku’.

The actor has just returned from Jaipur where he was accompanied by his granddaughter Aaradhya and daughter in law Aishwarya Rai to cheer for Jaipur Pink Panthers, a Pro Kabaddi League franchise owned by his son Abhishek.
And now he is ready for another challenge.

Back to Mumbai… in a couple of hours to face another challenge… the camera for Shoojit’s film,’ Amitabh Bachchan posted on his blog Sunday morning.

It has been a busy year for the 71-year-old, who was part of the TV series “Yudh” and currently he is seen as the host of “Kaun Banega Crorepati 8″.

Sircar is known for his successes like “Madras Cafe” and “Vicky Donor”.
“Piku’ also stars Deepika Padukone and Irrfan. It will hit the screens April 30, 2015.

News By indianexpress

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Shamitabh my new film with the highly successful and talented Dhanush

 Switching one to the other is a boon to those that can accomplish this unnatural feat. There shall be admiration ever for them that, despite the trap they fall in, are able to survive and exist in such environs.
There needs to be endeavour to survive the effects of this activity. Many there are in this universe that are able to do so .. many do not, even though they believe in them.
I would like to believe that an arrogance of known facts .. and arrogance of behavioural belief, shall never last the test of time. Time that shall endeavour to bring about a view point that shall be all inclusive and all cosmopolitan. Time is not property to any - you can possess it or not, but it shall never have capacity to be caught, for it moves with the times of time.
Many are they that defy such. They encounter the intricacies of time, only to be wiser and better equipped. Better equipped to be able to stave off any impressions of negativity that often befalls us ..
Many succumb though to this vagary. They fall never to rise. They may be right to have accepted such. Many do not. Many opt for another favourable moment, a slight of hand, the option of a possible misjudgement .. and many other ..
But what prevails in the end of it all is the factual impressions of fact and truth. These are immortal givens in life. They shall only change if the universe were to change, geographically, meta physically, scientifically or astrologically. Time though shall always prevail even in the most adverse. It is our only constant, our only perpetual, our companion for life - if life remains limited … as the present case may be … !!
Amitabh Bachchan

Sunday, August 17, 2014

A bluish tinge of lonely walk : Big B

 A bluish tinge of lonely walk ..

Beneath the skills of the walking talk.

The age of growth expounds with flair ..

What the devil do I care .

There is not much to say today ..

The skies were pale and filled with grey.

I know not why I poet be,

Its not for me, to be, for me …

A tool that covers many a side,

Is what is prime, in ours with pride ..

I linger on without much thought,

It is distraught and more distraught ..

Do bear with me this day of DAY,

I do have another way ..

But that is not intended, true

There be so many, of different hue ..

I am but small and in no consequence

For I do live in spiked gilded fence ..

'They' feel that I am known to them

I’d rather be than pander them ..

Regrettable that it came to pass

A half filled glass, a half filled glass …

The morning harsh, beckons vivid and clear

I must be gone  .. be gone, my dear ..

Amitabh Bachchan 

Amitabh Bachchan TV show KBC 8 Start in today night 8:30pm

Five reasons to watch Amitabh Bachchan’s Kaun Banega Crorepati 8 tonight!

It’s finally time to sit in front of our TV sets and catch the legendary actor charming contestants with his powerful voice, humble outlook and presence
Kaun Banega Crorepati season 8 is beginning today and we are eagerly waiting to see how different is this year compared to the previous seasons.

For many, the novelty of seeing Amitabh Bachchan hosting KBC 8 no longer lasts, but we are sure even they will be compelled to watch the actor do magic and change lives on the game show.

We bring you five reasons why you should watch the grand premiere of Kaun Banega Crorepati 8 tonight

1 Well the most obvious reason is to watch the veteran actor – Amitabh Bachchan spread his charm on contestants.

2 Kapil Sharma promises to keep you entertained with his brilliant comic timing as the host of the grand premiere.

3 It’s the first time KBC has ever been shot outdoor. The first episode will be directly from Surat in front a huge audience.

4 Faisal Khan or popularly known as Maharana Pratap’s high octave performance is something you should definitely not miss.

5 Amitabh Bachchan will be seen delivering a few of his legendary dialogues. He will also be seen dancing with a contestant honouring her special request.

Well there’s a lot more in store for you in the grand premiere episode. So don’t forget to tune in on August 17, 2014 at 8:30pm.

source by bollywoodlife

Big B will apparently do the voiceovers for Dhanush in Shamitabh

 Amitabh Bachchan to lend his voice to Dhanush

Big B will apparently do the voiceovers for Dhanush as he plays a deaf and dumb character in 'Shamitabh

Dhanush apparently plays a deaf and mute junior artiste in R Balki’s film, Shamitabh, which has the Ranjhanaa actor and Amitabh Bachchan in lead roles. It is now being said that Bachchan will lend his voice to Dhanush in the film. 

If a source close to the film is to be believed, Dhanush and Amitabh recently shot for the film in Mumbai. “Dhanush plays a deaf and mute junior artist in the film and Amitabh Bachchan will do the voiceover for Dhanush’s character. Among the scenes that were recently shot was one where Dhanush, after a long struggle, gets his due. In this sequence, he has won an award and is shown walking the red carpet as well,” says the source. 

The film, which went on the floors in February, has been shot in locations like Mumbai and Goa. It may be pointed out that Shamitabh will mark the Bollywood debut of Akshara Haasan, legendary actor Kamal Haasan’s daughter. The film is Dhanush’s second Hindi project, after the critically acclaimed and commercially successful Ranjhanaa. It remains to be seen whether the actor will be able to impress audiences once again with his role in Shamitabh. Buzz also has it that he will be doing a cameo in the sequel to the Hindi film, Tanu Weds Manu.  

New source mid-day

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Amitabh Bachchan : After Deewar, My Mother Wept Like a Child

 Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan, posted an emotional eulogy for his mother Teji Bachchan, on her birth anniversary today (August 12), on his blog.

The actor remembered the support and strength his mother gave him during his 'disastrous days in Bollywood'. He wrote, "My Mother sat by my side in those early disastrous years of my film profession, running her fingers through my hair and reassuring me that all would be well."

He said that though she never showed or expressed any emotion that would trouble her, in front of the family, "found the absolute moment to express it to me -- after the first trial she saw of Deewar."

"My Mother wept for hours like a child, for a child whom she felt had actually passed away in the film."

The actor, praising his mother said that she was the most of the most beautiful, compassionate, effervescent lady in his life. The 72-year-old actor also said that he seeks strength from his late mother.

"Each day I look at the face of the most beautiful, compassionate, effervescent lady in my life. I seek her blessings as she looks down upon me from the side of her husband my Father. I seek strength from her."

In his blog, Big B remembered the day when his father and celebrated poet Harivanshrai Bachchan died. "As I wheeled her next to her husband, she became silent. Not a word was spoken, not a nerve in her otherwise active body moved and after a while I took her back silently to her room upstairs. Throughout the mourning and the prayers and the chautha she remained dark glassed and silent. It was as though she herself had shaded herself from the reality -- true in many ways, for she never ever did speak or ask after him till she herself joined him."

Big B also talked about his mother's youthful days when she would "walk down the corridors of her college, where young students would await her arrival wondering which clothing she would fashion on the day and what the essence of her perfume."

Read full entry here:

The hour has passed. The early rings of the 12th of August bear within. They are precious and dear and all encompassing. They are what we are. They be what they be for us and me. They were so, we were.

12 th August - The birth of her that gave birth to me!!

Each day I look at the face of the most beautiful, compassionate, effervescent lady in my life. I seek her blessings as she looks down upon me from the side of her husband my Father. I seek strength from her, and wisdom from my Father. They stay together in the room I preserve, in the house that commands my first ever - and will, till the last of me - 'Prateeksha' -- swagat sab ke liye yahan par, nahin kissi ke liye prateeksha (welcome all to this abode, but not a wait for any) -- words that ring true in one of my Father's works, but he felt it right to name the house in its meaning.

Just below her, another family togetherness in picture -- my Grandfather, Sardar Khazan Singh Suri and my Grandmother, a Sodhi, the family that has traditionally been the prabandhak's of the Anandpur Sahib Gurudwara, one of the most revered in the Sikh divinity -- my Mother's Father and Mother.

My Mother Tej Kaur Suri, before marriage, was just 3 months old when her Mother passed away. She never did ever experience the joy and care and the most important company of a Mother. She never knew what a Mother was! Is that in some way indicative of how dear a Mother she herself became, when we were born? I often wonder, as does my Father in his autobiography.

I touch their faces through the enlarged miracles of photography, stand silently before the beginning of the day, and wish and pray that they extend their love and care to me and the family.

The Ramayan sung in tune, the Hanuman Chalisa rendered by me, and at times the Gurubaniplays constantly in that room where my Father breathed his last. And as I cross over the space in front of the pictures, I feel the presence of my Father's bed as he lay just there in his last moments, his hand in mine, warm and soft, just like the times when he would extend it early mornings to me as a child, for the walks we went together on. The monitors on his being went erratic, and then with a gentle jerk of his body, he ... 

I went up to my Mother, asleep in her own realm of a dysfunctional mind due to her extreme condition, and spoke to her. I cannot remember or gather what I said. What and how does one tell a Mother that she has lost her husband and me my Father?

I put her with great difficulty on her wheel chair and carried her down to where my Father lay, unable to answer her repeated questioning of where she was being taken and why. And as I wheeled her next to her husband, she became silent. Not a word was spoken, not a nerve in her otherwise active body moved and after a while I took her back silently to her room upstairs. Throughout the mourning and the prayers and the chautha she remained dark glassed and silent. It was as though she herself had shaded herself from the reality -- true in many ways, for she never ever did speak or ask after him till she herself joined him. 

My Mother, unknown to my Father till they accidentally met, My Mother, who had never heard of who my Father was. My Mother who left her all - her luxuries of her opulent home in Lahore and Rawalpindi and Lyalpur and Karachi, her English Governesses and a fleet of my Grandfather's Lancer's and Rolls Royce's, to marry my Father, an unknown of meagre means, in their very first meeting, within hours.

My Mother, who fought against caste and creed, tradition and old values, to come and live in an alien land in the heart of conservative Allahabad, with my Father.

My Mother, the lioness that would take on an entire gang of thugs who had dared to threaten her children when they were small.

My Mother, who sat by my side in those early disastrous years of my film profession, running her fingers through my hair and reassuring me that all would be well.

My Mother that never showed or expressed any emotion that would trouble her, in front of us, so we would not be disturbed, despite some horrid and ugly circumstances and who after years and years of this bearing, could not consume anymore pain and hurt, found the absolute moment to express it to me -- after the first trial she saw of Deewar.

My Mother, who wept for hours like a child, for a child whom she felt had actually passed away in the film.

My Mother, with the gentleness of her chiffon saris, and the perfumed walk down the corridors of her College, where young students would await her arrival wondering which clothing she would fashion on the day and what the essence of her perfume.

My Mother, who gave cheer and reason to smile, to all that came in her proximity.

My Mother, born on the 12 th of August, in the year which even she did not quite remember, except that she was perhaps 10 - 11 years younger than her husband ..

My Mother, like all Mother's -- the best in the entire universe.

Happy Birthday Ma


Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan meet before a shoot

 Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan meet before a shoot

Mumbai: Here’s a picture of Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan having a little chat just before Amitabh shoots for his TV show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’.

The ‘PK’ star also happened to be in the same studio for some work and bumped into Amitabh.

Aamir is gearing up for the release of the next poster of his upcoming film ‘PK’, which will release on August 14th. The infamous poster has been under constant scrutiny ever since the day of its release.

News By deccanchronicle

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Amitabh Bachchan remembers 'most beautiful woman' her b'day Birthday Special

 Amitabh Bachchan remembers 'most beautiful woman' mother on her b'day Birthday Special

Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan remembered his mother Teji Bachchan on her birthday today and also called her the `most beautiful woman in the universe`.

Happy Birthday Ma! August 12th.. The most beautiful woman in the universe! Her gentleness, joi de vivre.. In the Heavens now!," the 71-year-old actor posted on Twitter.

Teji, who was a social activist, was born into a Khatri Sikh Punjabi family in Faisalabad, Punjab, India. She got married to Amitabh`s father Harivansh Rai Bachchan in 1941.

She played Lady Macbeth in her husband`s Hindi adaptation of Macbeth and also did a cameo appearance in son Amitabh-starrer `Kabhie Kabhie`.

Teji died at the age of 93 on December 21, 2007 following a prolonged illness.

News Source by zeenews
Photos Source by DB

Amitabh Bachchan BigB mother Teji Bachchan and all Family Photos


 Amitabh Bachchan BigB mother Teji Bachchan and all Family Photos

Photos Source by DB

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Amitabh Bachchan's 'Yudh' Character is 'Dull' Says Juhi Chawla

 Bollywood actress JuhiChawla found megastarAmitabhBachchan's character dull in his debut fiction show 'Yudh'.

The actress, who has been roped in as the brand ambassador for Sony Entertainment's new general entertainment channel 'Sony Pal', said she did not like Big B's character in the show.

"I saw one episode of 'Yudh' and during the show, appeared advertisements of 'Kaun Banega Crorepati'. And he looked so dapper in that. I think I will watch KBC instead of the serial. I found his character dull and may be I don't want to see him in that avatar," Juhi said in an interview here.

Bachchan's 'Yudh', was touted as one of the biggest shows on the small screen, but it evoked a lukewarm response from the audiences.

ALSO READ: Amitabh Bachchan's 'Yudh of coincidences' with Anil Kapoor

The 46-year-old actress, on her part, is open to the idea of working for television, if something exciting comes across.

"It (show) has to be something outstanding and not just any story. I would like to do a show where I can make people laugh and cry, something that adds value to one's life," she added.

The 'Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak' actress said she also does not mind judging reality shows.

"I don't mind... let's see what comes up. I had done one season of 'Jhalak Dikhla Jaa' and enjoyed it," she added.

On her latest sting with 'Sony Pal', she said the channel aims at adding value to viewers' lives besides entertaining them.

"The channel aims to entertain and uplift one's thoughts.

I am happy that I am the brand ambassador and I value it. I told them to have a show with me. But as of now there is no show. May be in the near future, the channel might do a show with me," she added.

While Juhi detests the typical 'saas-bahu' serials, shows like 'Mahadev', 'Jodha Akbar' and comedy serials impress her.

"I wonder how a petty issue is dragged for episodes. I don't see all serials but some of them are really good. I like 'Mahadev', 'Jodha Akbar' and I thought they are very well written and produced," she said.

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