Sindoor Tere Naam Ka


Sindoor Tere Naam Ka
Sindoor Tere Naam Ka

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   Saturday, March 25, 2006

Lamb rogan josh

800 gms lamb pieces
1 tbsp dry ginger powder
2 cinnamon sticks 
8 cloves
8 black peppercorn
4 cardamoms
1 cup curd
1 tsp coriander powder
2 tsp aniseed powder
Asafoetida, a pinch
1 tbsp Kashmiri red chili powder
4 tsp oil
Salt to taste
Clean, wash and cut lamb into medium-sized pieces. Heat oil in a thick bottomed pan. Add asafoetida, cinnamon, cloves, black peppercorns and cardamom. Saut for half a minute. Add lamb pieces and cook on a medium flame, stirring constantly till lamb pieces get a reddish brown colour. This may take 12-15 minutes.

Sprinkle a little water and repeat cooking of lamb for 12-15 minutes on a slow flame. Make sure to stir constantly and scrape all the sediments from the bottom of the pan. Add red chili powder, coriander powder, aniseed powder, dry ginger powder and salt. Add beaten curd/yogurt and two cups of water. Cook covered till lamb is tender. This dish is enjoyed best with steaming hot boiled rice.

Edited by Princess - 24 March 2006 at 2:36pm

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ON THE SETS Sinndoor... Tere Naam Ka


It's the godhbharai ceremony being shot on the sets of Sinndoor... Tere Naam Ka and the ambience is festive in reality too, finds BT


A grand affair
There is an elaborate arrangement on the sets of Sinndoor... Tere Naam Ka . This is for the godhbharai ceremony to be performed for Alisha (Aanchal Anand), who is expecting Dhruv's (Sachin Shroff) child, while his wife Vedika (Gurdip Kohli) cannot conceive. Only female actors can be spotted in the makeup rooms, as this is a women's ceremony. Producer Jay Mehta too hurries to leave the sets, because his wife Kinnari is due to delivery any time.
Getting ready
Kirti Kelkar clad in a white top and jeans is busy doing her make-up while the scheduler is trying to fix her schedule for the next day. In the next room Aanchal Anand whose godhbharai is to take place is all dressed up and ready in a heavily embroidered turquoise blue lehenga-choli, exclaims, "I feel typical filmi in this get-up!"
Female bonding
Kishori Shahane, who plays Gurdip and Kirti's mother looks elegant in a yellow
sari and as soon as she appears from her makeup room, Kirti approaches her with two saris — one a black sequinned sari and the other a white-gold spangled one and asks her, "Which one should I wear?" After some debate, Kirti settles for the white sari from her personal wardrobe because, as Kishori says, "One does not wear black on auspicious occasions." They joke about some past incident privy to them and go into peals of laughter. Jayati Bhatia, Titli maami of the show, appears in her garish get-up. From then on it's fooling around and a laugh riot, with Jayati being inarguably the prankster, followed by the talkative Kirti. All of them pull up chairs to sit in the open air landing of the set, but as they fall short of one chair, Kirti mischievously opts to sit on her screen mother Kishori's lap.
Song and dance
Before the shot for this ceremony can be taken, director Yash Chauhan gives finishing touches to prior episodes, which delays the shoot. When asked to maintain silence, Kishori jokingly insists on talking loudly as "I've been called two hours early," while Jayati asks, "Should I dance?" All the four women argue on the song to be played for the ceremony for which Jayati is supposed to dance with a pillow in her tummy. Aanchal Anand seems to be the quietest of the lot as she seeks Jayati's opinion on the selection of her bangles. Kishori gets a little restless since her house is being done up and it's time for her daughter to come home from school. Gurdip and Sachin are through with their shots. Gurdip heads straight to the make-up room for a dress change. Sachin hangs around with the ladies for a while and leaves for the day as he in not required for the ceremony. He comes up with Kirti's cell which she has misplaced and teases her, "tera koi secret mujhe mil gaya." The girls order for snacks but they are called for he shot before it arrives.
Mirror image
Gurdip emerges clad in an outfit similar to Aanchal and explains, "I'm supposed to fantasise myself in her situation of becoming a mother." Once inside the set, Gurdip and Jayati start discussing about a new pizza joint when Gurdip quips, "We only talk of food, clothes and fun." All this while the matron of the family — Kiran Joneja — is missing. She walks in last from her room and after saying a hello to everyone, keeps busy on the cellphone.
Fun unlimited
Jayati remarks loudly, "I refuse to shoot because the carpet is not ironed," and everyone on the set bursts out laughing. We leave the sets with a feel-good factor because the ladies get together like a house on fire and turn work into pleasure without backbiting or the green monster getting the better of them!

Source:Bombay times

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I was a professional physical instructor in a spa"

Sharad Kelkar, who is currently doing Saat Phere on Zee TV, knows a lot about fitness! And that's not just a coincidence! It's because he himself was a physical instructor not so long ago. Riya V Anandwala talks to him about his fitness regime.

Sharad Kelkar

Are you health conscious?
Well, I was a professional physical instructor in a spa. I did my graduation in Physical Education.

So were you working anywhere as an instructor?
I was working in Madhavrao Scindia's club in Gwalior for around one and a half years, just after my graduation. After that I headed for my MBA.

Do you think that being fit is now becoming a trend?
If it's becoming a trend then good, because people need to be physically as well as mentally fit. People who are fat, develop a complex regarding the same, so if it becomes a trend, it's beneficial to an extent. It's becoming a habit to be fit.

What does being healthy mean to you?
Well, according to me being healthy does not mean only being in shape, one can have an average body also, meaning less amount of fat. A major problem in a city like Mumbai is insomnia. So basically being healthy means being fit, mentally also. A lean body with appropriate carbohydrates is also good.

More of cardio or more of weight training?
I always did more of weight training and less of cardio. But now, I think I have to do more of cardio (laughs). Earlier body building was a kind of hobby for me, but now things have changed.

Do you think men are now working out for a metro sexual look?
Well, most of them are striving hard for a metro sexual look! But I am completely away from it.

How many meals do you have in a day?
Well, now a days I have only one proper meal. But ideally, one must have a very heavy breakfast, a good lunch and a poor dinner. I do have loads of fruits in my ice box like watermelon, oranges and apples. My co-actors keep peeping in my box every now and then.

Do you take a day's off from your hectic schedules to pamper yourself?
I wish that would happen, but unfortunately, we just get one day off in a month.

Best way to lose extra baggage!

What is your height and weight?
My height is 6.1" and weight 81 kgs, which I want to cut down to 78, that's my target.

As you shoot most of the time, does it affect your health?
The lights are too strong and they really affect one's health, well, other than that binging on tea and coffee is another bad habit, I normally have five cups of tea. But one cannot avoid it! Another thing is, I keep getting a backache, that is because of too much of standing. So that results in a hunch.

Are you into yoga or any kind of meditation?
Well, I am not in touch with yoga, but I learnt it in college. Bharat Thakur, who is a very renowned yoga teacher, was my senior.

What about sports?
I am into sports like basketball, specialised in Judo and also cricket.


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Nothing slapdash about this scene

Actor Sharad Kelkar floors his heroine Gunjan Walia with a slap that landed too hard

Sapana Patil

Our soaps are defined by the ubiquitous slap. Whether it's a family fight or a professional jealousy, most soap operatic feelings are vented through the slap. Naturally, most on-screen slaps are fake, delivered in the air.

Recently, however, there was this case of a real slap on the sets of Zee TV's Sinndoor Tere Naam Ka. Gunjan Walia and Sharad Kelkar (Naina and Rudr) were shooting for a scene in which Naina was trying to rape Rudr (a la Priyanka Chopra in Aitraaz). This scene was followed by Rudr slapping Naina.

Now Sharad probably wanted to give his best shot. So he put all his emotions behind the slap. The result was a stunned Gunjan being floored.

Gunjan recalls the incident, "Yes I fell down after Sharad hit me. Actually, I was not feeling well that day. Moreover, I had not eaten anything and was anyway feeling weak towards the end of the day. But I continued to shoot because it was an important scene and we wanted it to be shot well. Sharad, by mistake, slapped me so hard that I lost my balance and landed on the floor."

She adds, "Sharad apologised to me for his roughness. But the funniest part was that the unit loved the scene – for its natural look! Of course, the shot was approved in one take! Had Sharad slapped me harder, I would not have been able to shoot that day!"

Kelkar laughs when asked about the incident. "It was a cheat-shoot. I just had to swing my arm towards her face and create an impression that I was slapping her," he says. "But she made the mistake of covering her face with her hand. This increased the impact of the slap, and she fell down. Her falling was a part of the script – only, here she didn't have to put on an act!"

Sharad Kelkar and Gunjan Walia in Sindoor Tere Naam Ka

Edited by Princess - 06 April 2006 at 12:41pm
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Prime Actor

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Posted online: Friday, April 07, 2006 at 0000 hours IST


Your character in Saat Phere has caught everyone's eye. Did you expect it to do so well?

Right from the start, the entire team of Saat Phere was very certain that the serial would do well. Like mine, each character has now become a household name. I play Nahar Singh, a young guy belonging to a royal family of Rajasthan. He moves in high society and is a thorough gentleman who believes in family values and ethics. A charmer, he is a sportsman as well. Being aristocratic, he is seen wearing earrings and a neck piece as well. It is love at first sight for him when he spots Saloni. Now that they are married, like a true beloved, he has promised to be with her in her moments of happiness as well as crisis.

You seem to be a charmer in real life too.
That I am (laughs) Is that the reason why you were selected for the role of Nahar?
I was told that I fitted the bill of a tall and handsome guy from a royal family (winks). You are also doing pretty well in Sinndoor, another show on Zee. Tell us more about that character.
In Sinndoor - Tere Naam Ka, I play a negative character. An illegitimate son, Rudr wants to take revenge on his father. The role is similar to that of Amitabh Bachchan's character in Trishul. I am enjoying playing Rudr because I get to portray various shades at a time. Most importantly, I get the opportunity to be with my wife, Kirti, at work as well. She is playing Niharika in the serial. So you are the loving husband in real life too.
That's right. I love being with Kirti all the time. As for the serials, while I play a bad guy in Sinndoor - Tere Naam Ka, in Saat Phere, I am a caring husband, a loving brother and a doting brother-in-law. I took up this role because it's totally different from what I am doing in Sinndoor.
That means you identify with the role.
Very much so. It is very close to my true self. Like Nahar and Rudr, I am married and love my wife immensely. Which are the other serials you did before getting noticed in these two serials?
I first did Aakrosh for Nimbus. This one-hour programme was a weekly. Then came CID Special. I was also seen in 50 episodes of Bhabhi. Last year I played the younger Shivaji Satam in the popular Marathi film Uttarayan. Why did you accept this brief role?
I just had a 15-minute appearance in the film yet I took up the offer because, for any actor, the ultimate goal is films. And Uttarayan bagging the National Award was a bonus for the entire team. It was a good experience for me as well. I can wait for something good to come my way now. What is Sharad Kelkar apart from being an actor?
I am a Maharashtrian from Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. After completing my graduation and then MBA, I began teaching physical education when I got a chance to come to Mumbai on a seven-day visit, for the first time. I had confirmed tickets for my return journey when I got to know of Grasim Mr India 2002 almost on the last day. On an impulse, I cancelled my tickets and participated in the ramp show. That was my first attempt at fame or whatever little I got of it then. I returned home. Though I always wanted to work in Mumbai, I could not leave my mother alone back home after the demise of my father. But after that one Mumbai visit, I soon began getting restless. Around that time I had a part-time job with Airtel, besides working as a gym instructor at Madhavrao Scindia's club in Gwalior. I felt something was beckoning me to Mumbai and after four months, I told my mother that I wanted to try my luck in the city of dreams. With her blessings, I landed here. Were you lucky in your endeavour?
Like any other newcomer, I too had to struggle a lot. I started with modelling and almost within one month, I had done about 25 ramp shows. I also did some ads with Prahlad Kakkar of which the prominent ones are Skoda, LG Refrigerator, Hero Honda, Bharat Petroleum, Maruti Esteem, Dabur Red Gel toothpaste. Recently there was a controversy that your producers are upset about you not giving them enough dates for their projects.
It was not a big issue. Both the producers, Kinnari Mehta of Sinndoor and Sunjoy Wadhwa of Saat Phere are very understanding and have sorted the problem amicably. Since mine is the prime character in both the serials, I am required on the sets almost all the time. Fortunately, there are times when both the serials are being shot on different floors of the same studio. Like today, the Sinndoor set is on the ground floor and Saat Phere is being canned on the second floor. So as and when I am required, I can manage both the serials. I put in almost 15 hours of work every day. Luckily, since both the producers are handling my dates themselves, I have no problems about co-ordination. I can confidently say that no actor has two lead roles in serials on Zee. Tell us about your wife. Was it love at first sight for the two of you?
No. It was not love at first sight for either of us. We had worked together for sometime before it occured to us that we were made for each other. We got married in June 2005. In June this year, I plan to buy a house after which my priority is to get my mother here with me. She still has six years of service left. I wish she opts for VRS from her government job back home where she lives alone. And what does a busy actor like you do in your spare time?
I am working really hard towards reaching my goal. You will never find me sitting idle as I enjoy my work thoroughly. Even on holidays, I keep myself busy doing household chores like paying the bills, buying groceries, so on and so forth. Since we hardly get time to spend with each other because of our work schedules, both Kirti and I, make the most of our limited time. We love to shop at big malls, watch films. You will never find us partying. I love to workout. I love to eat. If I am allowed to boast about myself, I can proudly say that I am a good cook. My fish fry and omelettes are to die for. Kirti is a very lucky wife. Tell us more about her.
Kirti Gaikwad gained fame with Balaji Telefilms' Kamal. But I have never seen a single episode. Since I was not an avid TV buff back in Gwalior, the channels that I watched were either sports, films or news. I was not aware of the people in the television industry until I became a part of it. I first met Kirti during Aakrosh and we were just colleagues for a long time. Even when we worked together, I was never interested in her earlier projects. Gradually, I came to know of her profile. She has also done Jai Santoshi Maa and Yatra and is presently seen in Kahiin To Hoga, India Calling and Sinndoor. An excellent actress, it was she who taught me the nuances of acting. I will let you into a secret. Initially, I accepted Sinndoor because I wanted to work with my wife and be with her all the time. Now I am happy with all that I have managed to gain from life so far.

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Goodwill galore

Sharad Kelkar is on good terms with the production houses he's working with. Currently he's doing two dailes on Zee, Sindoor Tere Naam Ka and Saat Phere which understandably is very hectic. Consequently, there are times when he is unable to complete the requisite scenes of Sindoor ... in a single day. He is called the next day to shoot the remaining scenes and Sharad, being a dedicated actor, doesn't charge a single penny for the extra day. When actors' fees is in lieu with the time they spend on the sets, Sharad's sincerity and discipline is admirable.

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Jay and Kinnari Mehtaa
Actor-turned producer Jay Mehtaa and his wife Kinnari (producers of the Zee daily Sinndoor — Tere Naam Ka) have became parents for the second time. They had a baby girl in the wee hours of Saturday. The couple's first-born is a son, Aryan, who is four years old.

The newborn was delivered at 1 am on Saturday at the Bhavna Nursing Home, VileParle.

Both mother and baby are absolutely fine. As reported 'Waiting For Baby No 2' (HiTLIST, February 20), Kinnari had expressed a desire to have a baby girl.

Speaking from the hospital, second-time mum Kinnari says, "I really desired for a girl this time and my wish has come true. When the gynaecologist attending on me, Dr Saryu Shah, told me that it was a girl, I was overjoyed. "

It is learnt that Kinnari was  reading Sinndoor's script on Friday evening. "I developed labour pains around 7.30 pm and went to the hospital straight from the show's story session. Everything went fine and it was a normal

The Mehtaas have decided to call the baby Ariyanna. "We had already thought of the name. It means someone very graceful and from a noble race," say the couple.

Looks like Jay

And who does the baby look like? "At first glance she looks like Jay," says Kinnari. Jay (remember his film Muskurahat with Revathy?) is son of producer Pranlal Mehta who made films like Kinara, Bezubaan and 100 Days. Their last production was Tarkieb.

Jay had earlier produced serials like Jung (DD), Zara Suniyo Toh (SaharaOne) and Mujhe Dor Koi Kheeche (Zee) and Kkanch (DD).

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Shilpa Saklani, Gurdeep Kohli

Narayani Shastri, Bobby Darling

Poonam Narula, Deepshikha

Live life QUEEN size...

What's the cost of looking glamorous on TV? Reena Thapar Kapoor finds out

Television's ideal bahu gained instant popularity after Kyunki…. Her popularity is growing by leaps and bounds and so is her lifestyle. However, she insists that she keeps a check on her cash outflow and says, "Being in the glamour industry has not made me a spend thrift."

Rs 20,000
Self-maintenance: Rs 3000
Shoes and bags: Rs 5000
Cosmetics: Rs 5000
Food: Rs 2000
Travel: Rs 7000

This Punjabi kudi has done well on the small screen. She says, "I'm grateful to God that I have got the opportunity to lead a comfortable life." Though she started with Sanjeevani, she is now the face of Sinndoor…

Clothes: Rs 15,000 to Rs 20,000
Self maintenance: Rs 3000
Jewellery: Rs 3 to 4 lakh a year
Cosmetics: Rs 4000
Food: Rs 15,000
Travel: Rs 6,000

Narayani believes in living life queen size. "I'd rather live to the fullest now than save for a better tomorrow," she reasons. The actress says she doesn't believe in saving at all.

Clothes: Rs 60,000
Self maintenance: Rs 5000
Shoes and bags: Rs 5000
Cosmetics: Nil
Food: Rs 50,000
Travel: Rs 5000

She is the industry's darling. Her career took off after she made her debut in Subhash Ghai's Taal. Bobby is also considered a lucky mascot by many producers. "They also call me a trend-setter," smiles Bobby.

Clothes: Rs 20,000
Self maintenance: Rs 4000
Shoes and bags: Rs 2000
Cosmetics: Rs 5000
Food: Rs 2000
Travel: Rs 4000

Narula has managed to find a foothold in the industry, has done some good work and has made even better money. She can afford to fulfil her passions, but likes to be organised. "I spend wisely," says Poonam. Being a mother, she keeps an account of  her expenditures and tries to invest wisely.

Rs 10,000
Self maintenance: Rs 5000
Shoes and bags: Rs 2,500
Cosmetics: Rs 2000
Food: Rs 5000
Travel: Rs 6000


She has been in the business for over a decade now and makes no bones about the fact that she feels good about indulging herself. She says, "After great struggle and hard work, I feel like pampering myself." Her monthly self-indulgence budget works out to around Rs 45,000. 

Rs 10,000
Self maintenance: Rs 10,000
Shoes and bags: Rs 3000
Cosmetics: Rs 4000
Food: Rs 3000
Travel: Rs 15,000

Edited by Princess - 10 April 2006 at 4:55pm

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