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Holi, the best with tikes!!!

Saturday, March 19, 2011 | 3:15:32 PM IST (+05:30 GMT)   Comments 45 Comments Holi, the best with tikes!!!

The bachcha party of the television industry shares their Holi experience




We enjoy all the festivals to the core being a kid, as there are no barriers, no control and no chivalry to maintain. That is the age when we are at our notorious best and technically the age when we are allowed to play the best pranks on others.

As it is Holi, Tellybuzz gave priority to the leading child actors on television.. We have employed the kids first policy here, and have the popular little stars share their Holi masti and fun-filled experiences...

Muskaan Uppal:
You have not got a chance to play Holi in Chhoti Bahu as the leap has taken place, how do you feel?
Actually I am very happy that even though there was the leap, we shot a separate sequence for Holi where Dev and I are playing Holi where we danced for the song Piya Those Naina Laage Re.

From the cast of Chhoti Bahu who would you like to play Holi with? I want to play Holi with Dev.

As Meethi what are your plans for Holi in the sets of Sasural Genda Phool?

I played Holi with the entire family where I sprayed water on everyone with the Pichkaari and played the dhol as well.

What would you like to eat during Holi?
I like to drink cold during Holi.

How is Muskaan planning to celebrate Holi this year? This year I will be playing Holi with my sister where I want to spray water on her, hit her with water balloons filled with coloured water. I am going to have a lot of fun.

Jay Thakkar:

Which is your favorite colour?
Actually I like all colours, but the colours with which I like to play Holi is Saffron, White and Green, Tricolours of Indian flag. But since white is not available, I opt for blue.
 
This is going to be your first Holi with the crew of Gutur Gu; are you planning to be notorious with someone?
I am going to have lot of Masti on Holi; apart from this, I celebrated my second Holi with Colors and I felt like I am on top of the world because I had a lot of fun in the celebration.

Did Jay anytime get hit by a water-balloon or a water gun?
Actually I had got pushed into the water well once. There was a well there from where we used to fill the pichkaari and it so happened that I pushed one of my friends into water when he had gone there to fill up the pichkaari. That was a tit for tat that I did because he had pushed me earlier.  

How are you planning to celebrate Holi this year?
I am planning to celebrate with my cousins and my elder sister where I am going to have great fun with all of them.

Sparsh Khanchandani:


You have been fighting with Kesar in Gulaal; are you planning to take revenge on Holi?
No because he is also very 'bhola' like me.
 
If you would want to throw a water-balloon from Gulaal who would that be?
That would be Neeti

If you would like to play Holi with one person from Gulaal who would that be and why?
Mansi Parekh, because I am not so close to her on the sets and hence I would want to know her better.

How are you planning to celebrate Holi this year?
I have a lot of cousins who will be coming to my society and I will be playing Holi with them.

Bhavya Gandhi:

If you want to put colors on any of the cast of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, who will it be?

If I get a chance, I would like to put colour on everybody because, I believe that Holi is for everybody.

The best holi in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah sets?
The Holi we had last year has been the best Holi on the sets of Taarak Mehta, because they had made a bathtub full of water only for the kids and we five kids had great fun pushing and splashing water on each other.

How do you celebrate Holi normally?
I do not like to play Holi with colours, but only with plain water. So I always make sure that I play it very carefully.

What are the plans this year?
This year I think I will be celebrating Holi again on the sets Taarak Mehta and I am looking forward for it.

Jannat Zubair Rahmani:

If Phulwa is at her notorious best, what are the pranks she will play on her co actors in the show?
I am going to sit on a tree and throw cow dung on Lakhiya bhaiya, but I have a wish to play pranks on everybody and all my co-stars.

If I ask you to shoot a person on the sets with a water gun, who will it be and why?
I would like to shoot Divya with the water gun, because she is my friend.

How does little Jannat celebrate Holi every year?
I play with my parents where we throw water balloons and shoot with water guns. But I use herbal colours and I would also advice everybody to use herbal colours as it is safe and nobody will get hurt or bear a skin damage by using them.
 
What are your plans for this year?

This year I will be celebrating Holi with my entire unit of Phulwa including Siddarth Tewary, but I have a dream to play Holi with Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif as I love them both a lot.

Ali Haji:

If I ask you to surprise a person from Gulaal by putting Gulaal on them, who will that be and why?
My sister Devika and especially on her hair, because she is very particular about it.

How are you planning to make Holi more colourful than the name of the show?
I am going to be there on the sets playing Holi with my parents and my sister.

If I ask you to fill the sets with different colours of Gulaal which all will you choose?

That would be red, blue, yellow and the rest will be water.

What is the most notorious Holi that Ali has played?
I don't think I am that much a notorious boy.

How do you plan to celebrate Holi this year?
This year I am going to play Holi on the sets and I will make sure that all are coloured including the Spot dada.

By Saranya Valsarajan



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Anil Maggo steps in for Mohan Joshi in Dhoondh Legi...

Monday, March 14, 2011 | 5:26:16 PM IST (+05:30 GMT)   Comments 25 Comments Anil Maggo steps in for Mohan Joshi in Dhoondh Legi...

Theater artist Anil Maggo will now essay the role of Alka's father in Star One's Dhoondh Legi Manzil Humein..


Mohan Joshi who was essaying the character of Nityanand Tewari to the 'T' in Star One's Dhoondh Legi Manzil Humein will now be replaced by talented theatre actor Anil Maggo.

Our source states, "Mohan Joshi was perfectly fitting the role of Alka's father, but the actor had date problems as he had to juggle between his film shoot and the show. The creative team has been giving his character a break as and when the actor was not available. But this could not go on for long, as the politician's character happens to be one of the pivotal roles on the show".

Hence the decision to replace him with yet another known name was worked upon. Anil Maggo who is a theatre artist has worked in shows like Grihasti on Star Plus and Phulwa on COLORS.

We hear that Anil Maggo who started his working career in 1977 truly cherishes the opportunity of playing the character of Nityanand Tewari in the Star One show.

We tried calling Mohan Joshi for a comment on the same, but he remained unavailable.

Anil Maggo's entry sequence will be aired in Tuesday's episode..

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Phulwa is fighting against all odds

TNN, Jan 17, 2011, 12.00am IST

The makers of Phulwa on Colors attempted the unexpected! Since the storyline of Phulwa is based in Chambal, to present a factual representation, the team did not compromise and decided to shoot most of the opening episodes in the ravines of Chambal.

While the audience will like the locales of Chambal, the production team has a list of tales to narrate on how they managed to shoot each sequence! From Agra market, Bhateshwar, Dholpur, Holipura and many localities in and around Agra... the team of Phulwa, that's aired at 9 pm, was mobbed at every stage. The most dangerous experience was in Dholpur. As the team was busy setting up for a sequence, the local crowd gathered at the location. The people loaded with arms and ammunition landed up at the location threatened the unit with knives and took away the food that was prepared for the crew.

The team's shooting equipment worth Rs 50 lakhs too were held back under their custody, which was returned after much persuasion. Considering the unit of Phulwa as outsiders, the locals of Dholpur did not like interference in their normal day-to-day life. They went to the extent of rupturing the tyres by laying thorns and huge stones blocks on the way to the location in the ravines. Hats off to the team and for their grit and determination, who despite extreme weather conditions and other hurdles continued shooting in Chambal!

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12th June- Child Labour Day!!!

12th June- Child Labour Day!!!

Telly Buzz peeks into the life of Child Actors on the World Day against Child Labour...




How many of us know the importance of 12 June?

International Labour Organization has declared 12 June as the World Day against Child Labour and its a pity that the day is not recognized to the extent of a Valentine's Day or Friendships Day. 

Today the scenario is such that the future of the child rests on the financial background of the parents and even though Right to Education has been awarded to all children below the age of 14, how many of us have really seen all the kids at school.

When we say Child Labour the thought directly goes to the children who work as Newspaper boys, Waiters at restaurants etc. But don't you think the acting in TV shows and films also come under Child Labour?

Though we know that acting is an interesting job and children enjoy it to the core as they are pampered on the sets, let us spare a thought on the kids who comprise on their enjoyable childhood and toil on the sets with rigorous schedules both for TV and films.

We contacted Rushi Raj's father to know how Rushi Raj is adjusting his studies along with acting as they are shooting in Vadodara for Imagine's Chandragupta Maurya. He says, "As of now we are shooting in Vadodara for which we have taken as an off from school. We have already taken permission from the school authorities for the same. For his VIII Std final exams we had been to Mumbai."

Jannat, who is the protagonist in Siddharth Tewary's Phulwa, is one of the brightest children in class and as any other proud father Mr Zubair Ahmed says, "Though Jannat is the protagonist of the show, she is not under any pressure like other actors who are working day and night. Once she finishes her class at 12:30 she comes for the shoot and works just for seven to eight hours a day. She makes it a point to complete her homework before the next day she goes to class and is one of the top scorers of the class. Her teachers have no complaints against her as well."

Zaynah, who debuted on TV with Aap Ki Antara and Ziya Vastani who was seen in the movie Bum Bum Bole will now feature together for the first time in SAB TV's Ammaji Ki Gali. How is Mrs Havov Vastani managing to keep her twin daughters grounded even after being actors, "Acting is something they like, but at the same time the school is very strict about their rules and regulations and do not bend it for anyone. Zaynah and Ziya are very down to earth and I make it a point that they are not treated in a special manner."

Well, what do the producers have to say on their child actors?

Yash Patnaik, Producer of Star One's Rang Badalti Odhani says, "Children who are talented should come by choice into the entertainment industry and not for the heck of limelight or force of parents. Children are taken good care of by production houses. Children are sensitive a lot and are handled sensitively and should be handled sensitively. It's all about values and upbringing and children need to be pampered."

Siddharth Tewary, Producer of Colors' Phulwa says, "The impact on children who are into acting profession is a very subjective issue. The children who are talented and have come into acting by choice rather than any other reason do well here. Children's life become hectic for sure but adjustments are always done in shoot keeping in mind the school timings. Children need to be taken care of on the set. We provide comfortable atmosphere on the set to Jannat and avoid giving her night shift unless it is unavoidable. Children's education is a priority and they should not act at the cost of missing out on education. Children who can balance acting and education should get into acting and children should never be forced into acting profession."

Well, Wordsworth had once said, "The Child is the father of the Man", but with time are we forgetting these lines?

Should children be allowed to be children to enjoy their life? This debate will go on and on...
  
Author: Saranya Valsarajan    
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Voices on Child Labour Day
Tomorrow is Child Labour day and even today there are people to don't feel guilt about making young children work. Even in television industry, there are numerous child artists who work around the clock. We asked our telly stars on their on on child labour and child artists and hectic schedules.
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What is your take/opinion on young kids turning to acting?
It has good and bad points. Sometimes in certain shows, kids are needed in a show or film and they do a simply fantastic job and are loved by each and everyone. Kids emote themselves so well on the screen. Its amazing to watch them, But on the other hand, there is a negative aspect to it, the kids get too much into acting and do not concentrate on education which a very crucial part in their life. Education makes or breaks a person and even takes them places. One surely needs to know their limits and till where and when should they indulge in acting at a young age. Many kids are not mature enough to handle work pressure, so they should not indulge in it rather, study.

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Child drowned in the lake near the sets of Phulwa

The whole unit of Colors' Phulwa mourn the unfortunate death of a kid that took place in the ...

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Shankar tries his culinary skills in Phulwa

Colors' Phulwa will see Shankar trying his hands in cooking...

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Shankar rubs off Phulwa's Sindoor to free her...

High drama in store for the viewers in the coming episodes of Colors' Phulwa...

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