New Delhi, May 13 (IANS) After sustaining burns while attempting a stunt for his popular MTV show 'Roadies' a few weeks ago, producer Raghu Ram has now sprained his neck.
Raghu, known for being a tough taskmaster on the show, sprained his neck while trying his hand at a task called Water-Hangman. His injured neck left him reeling in excruciating pain and he couldn't move his neck for the next three days, says a source.
Raghu tries out a stunt before finalizing it for the contestants.
A few weeks ago, he got burns on his back while attempting a stunt involving fire. Following the incident, he had modified the task.
The show is currently in its eighth season and its tagline is 'Shortcut To Hell'.
Bani, the tomboy on 'Khatron Ke Khiladi Torchaar'!
To say that 13 female celebrities are going to raise the mercury levels on the small screen with 'Khatron Ke Khiladi Torchaar' is not surprising, but it's VJ Bani who turned out to be a complete tomboy while shooting for the show in Cape Town.
Unlike other women, who would end up chit-chatting and get caught up in gossips, Bani enjoyed being one of the boys. The former MTV 'Roadies' participant stayed away from make-up, spent time with the 13 male contestants, played and chilled out with them while shooting for the show, said a source.
The fourth season of Colors' 'Khatron Ke Khiladi' is being hosted by Bollywood action star Akshay Kumar. It will feature a mix of models, actresses, a singer, and a former women's cricket captain, among others.
The show will go on the air in June.
Ekta went clickety-click after acting debut
She makes a lot of actors dance to her tunes, but producer Ekta Kapoor was mighty excited about facing the camera herself for a cameo in TV show 'C.I.D.' to promote her film 'Ragini MMS', which released Friday.
Apparently Ekta, who is known for her strict and short-tempered nature, was so upbeat about the shooting that she happily got her pictures clicked with the entire crew and cast of the long-running investigative series. Ekta posed with 'C.I.D.' director Santosh Shetty, and proudly called him her first ever director.
In fact, being in the actors' shoes made Ekta realise the hardships her actors face, and she promised the director that she would share her acting experience with all those who work for her production house.