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TV stars dream of making it as big as the actors who are currently ruling Bollywood. The chhota screen stars can only envy their big screen counterparts in terms of the fees they get, the adulation from the audiences and the numbers they register at the box-office (unless they move to Hollywood). Although some of the male actors on television are very popular, when it comes to understanding who is the Aamir Khan of TV, or Akshay Kumar of the idiot box, most people draw a blank. Who is no 1, 2, 3? Who are the top 10? Difficult to answer... So we decided to make it simple. Here we take a look at small-screen heroes who can be the perfect counterparts to the filmi superstars...

Shah Rukh Khan 
Ram Kapoor

Physically, there's nothing remotely common between the two superstars. While Shah Rukh Khan is extremely conscious about his fitness, Ram Kapoor has given himself a wide berth, literally and figuratively. And yet, he is TV's most loved romantic hero spanning generations. Whether it was the squeaky clean loverboy of Ghar Ek Mandir, the intense brooding lover of Kasam Se or the earnest suitor in Bade Acche Laggte Hain, Ram has been revisiting the romantic avatar with regularity and successfully. 

And, like SRK who has created chemistry with almost every heroine he has paired with, Ram too has sizzled with his co-stars. Not only that, like King Khan, Ram too has been a big hit as a host. From Rakhi Ka Swayamvar to Welcome Baazi Mehmaan Nawaazi Ki, Ram has hosted a variety of shows and won viewers with his ready wit and charm.

Ram Kapoor says, "It's probably the biggest compliment I have got so far. Shah Rukh is a big star, the ambassador of the industry. I never take my career too seriously. It's a blessing that I am doing well and that is something to be cherished. I hate thinking of myself as a star because then you stop growing."

Ranbir Kapoor 
Vivian Dsena 

Good looking with a great screen presence and charisma, Vivian Dsena has to be the Ranbir Kapoor of the small screen. The Kapoor lad did not become a star overnight and neither hasVivian. After a few outings in serials like Kasam Se, Vivian got noticed with his vampire act inPyaar Ki Yeh Ek Kahaani. This serial based on the Twilight series got Vivian a lot of female fans. RK too has a huge female fan follwing. While Vivian's marriage to Vahbbiz Dorabjee has not made him less desireable to the ladies, the same applies to RK and Katrina. 

Vivian is currently riding the popularity wave (like RK post Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani) in Madhubala making a great pair with Dhrashti Dhami. The duo have some intense scenes and their crackling chemistry all but sets the screen on fire, much like Ranbir and Deepika Padukone. It's just the beginning, and Vivian is surely a lambi race ka ghoda!      

Vivian says, "I take it as a compliment. I like Ranbir's films. He is passionate about his work and it reflects in his performance. I also believe in working hard and in giving my best to my role."

Aamir Khan 
Ronit Roy

If Aamir Khan is said to have the Midas touch when it comes to choosing his films, Ronit Roy has one with his TV shows. If Aamir has no qualms about experimenting with his looks for his characters, neither has Ronit. From playing a grey-haired, suave, stylish businessman and father to three children in his debut Kasauti Zindagi Kay to sporting a moustached look in Bandini, Ronit has experimented with his characters and look in every serial. 

While most of his contemporaries shied away from hosting a cookery show, he hosted Kitchen Champions and set the ball rolling for others. Now, though the actor is busy with films, he is still ruling the small-screen with his outing as the peculiar but witty lawyer KD Pathak in Adalat. And yes, like Aamir, Ronit is known to be a perfectionist.

Ronit says, "Considering the fact that I have been with Aamir Khan in 2000 (as his bodyguard), I can only be very proud. He is my guide and teacher and I think somewhere the way I choose my roles is influenced by him. After all, what you learn remains in your subconscious. And yes, I am all for experimentation."

Hrithik Roshan 
Mohit Raina

Straight nose, a chiselled jawline, six-pack abs — in short the perfect physique. He has a huge fan following that ranges from seven-year-old girls to 85-year-old grandparents who are happy just to catch a glimpse of him! Which actor comes to your mind? Hrithik Roshan? Mohit Raina aka Mahadev? Both wouldn't be wrong. If Mohit is playing Shiva in Devon Ke Dev Mahadev, Hrithik is said to be playing the Godly role in the film adaptation of Amish Tripathi's Immortals of Meluha. Like Hrithik, Mohit is also a good dancer trained in jive and hip-hop. For his role, he also learnt Kathak. Mohit is so popular that he recently even played a double role in the serial that got huge ratings. Hrithik, on the other hand, had played a double role right in his debut film Kaho Na Pyaar Hai and became an overnight sensation. Need we say more?   

Producer Nikhil Sinha says, "Mohit Raina is a dedicated and hard working actor. He's got into at least 70 get-ups by now and he has lot of patience. As a person he is still very rooted despite the success and huge fan following..."

Salman Khan - Karan Singh Grover

Smooth-talker, charmer, brat – these are just a few adjectives preceding the Television hottie Karan Singh Grover. Add to it, his blow hot, blow cold relationship with the media and the mega muscles and Karan becomes the ideal candidate to be the Salman Khan of the small-screen. Karan is a self-confessed die-hard fan of Salman. Taking inspiration from his idol, Karan is heavily into body building and loves to flaunt it whenever he gets an opportunity. He's had a successful career and for the longest time was remembered for his outing as the fun-loving Dr Armaan Malik in Dill Mill Gaye. He is currently riding the wave of popularity as the anguished lover Asad in Qubool Hai.

Producer Gul Khan says, "Karan is a thorough gentleman, very sensitive and understanding. I think he has been misunderstood by the media. An extremely cooperative actor, he is a joy to work with. Apart from his penchant for body building I will have to think about similarities in Karan and Salman."

Akshay Kumar – Siddharth Shukla
His personality, height and sporty demenour remind you of Akshay Kumar. What's more he's also a fitness freak just like the Khiladi. Siddharth Shukla aka Shiv of Balika Vadhu is the TV heartthrob thanks to his charming smile and twinkling eyes, something that he shares with Akshay. However, Siddharth hasn't exactly had a great beginning. He did two serials before Balika Vadhu catapulted him to fame. 

And now with his rocking dance performances in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, the actor is proving he has a Bollywood hero hidden in him!

Siddharth says, "I always liked the Khiladi star. The fact that Akshay followed martial arts made him macho. The best thing about the star is he's got a phenomenal comic timing. I also try and do martial arts but I am more into working out and weight training. Like Akshay I also try and rise early every day."

Ajay Devgn — Anas Rashid
One look at Anas Rashid who is playing Sooraj in Diya Aur Baati Hum and you know he is the Ajay Devgn of TV.  Intense and brooding. there's something in his eyes that rivets you. Sincere, earnest and passionate, they convey a lot with a look, just like Ajay's. Devgn is known to be a prankster  on the sets. Anas' colleagues have the same thing to say about him. Like his big screen counterpart, he also plays pranks on his unsuspecting co-stars. Anas' Sooraj loves his wife Deepika so much that though he is illiterate he does all he can to fulfil his wife's dream of becoming an IAS officer. Reminds you of Ajay's selfless character in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, right?

Anas says, "While complimenting me for my role, many people compare me to Ajay. Even I loved his character, which is similar to mine. Initially, you underestimate the character but later he walks away with all the sympathy and empathy."

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Working with Ronit Roy is great: Kamal Chaturvedi

Working with Ronit Roy is great: Kamal Chaturvedi

Handsome and suave Kamal Chaturvedi has come a long way into television. Choosing a perfect and interesting character is what he prefers rather than just taking up any role for sake of it.


"I always prefer quality work than quantity and hence episodic series are something I end up acting in," said Kamal. Kamal has acted invarious episodes of Crime Patrol, Savdhaan India-India Fights Back, Adaalat to name a few. 

Kamal will be again seen on Sony Entertainment Television's Adaalatsharing screen space with Ronit Roy. Talking about Ronit Roy, he further said, "Working with Ronit Roy is great. Each actor has its own typicality. Some are famous for their looks, some are known for their styles, some become famous for their hard work. Working with Ronit Roy is a learning experience. But I feel character is the most important aspect for any actor. Once you have a good role to play, you can bloom the character with your input." Before Adaalat, he had earlier worked with Ronit Roy in a Star One's show, produced by Sphere Origin. 

When asked about why the actor give importance to episodic series and not a continue role? He shared, "I love dubbing and due to my liking towards it I dub films. So it becomes difficult to manage both together. So I normally prefer episodic rather than full fledged roles." 

So does this means you will never turn towards a daily soap? "No, it's not like that. I get busy with voice sync so I don't get time to give it to any daily soap which is time consuming. But if some good role come my way I will definitely think on it and obviously Bollywood is every actor's dream," he adds.

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Alok Narula in Adaalat

Alok Narula in Adaalat

After playing the challenging role of a man who is possessed by a girl's spirit in Fear Files, TV actor Alok Narula is all set to play a tough role yet again in Sony Entertainment Television's courtroom drama Adaalat produced by Contiloe Telefilm's.


Sources inform that Alok will this time essay the character of a mentally challenged man who behaves like a two year old. The story will revolve around a murder mystery and Alok is expected to start shooting for the show from today (6 August 2013). 

When contacted, Alok said, "Yes, I am doing the show but I can't divulge anything about my character. All I can say at this point of time is that the role I will be playing is very challenging and I am trying to experiment with different roles." 

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Romit Raj is 'overwhelmed' with the reaction of his fans on Varun's death in Adaalat


Loyal fans of Sony Entertainment Television's court room thriller Adaalat (Contiloe Telefilms) were in for a rude shock recently with the death of Varun, KD's closest aide. Romit Raj, who essayed the role of Varun had a great on screen chemistry going with the talented actor Ronit Roy (KD). And this sudden twist has simply stunned fans, so much so that they have been bombarding mails to the channel as well as production house to bring back Varun from the dead!!!

Romit Raj who is sitting on the sidelines watching the reactions of his fans is overwhelmed as an actor, and credits his Dada (Ronit Roy) for all the appreciation and fan following that he has bagged today for his character of Varun in Adaalat.

Says Romit, "It gives me immense satisfaction as an actor when there are people who are crying their hearts out at the sudden death of Varun. I am gratified with the kind of mails that I have been getting over the last few days. There are girls who say they have wept quite a lot on seeing Varun's death. I will have to thank Dada for teaching me every nuance that Varun follows. It is only because of him that Varun as a character has been able to blossom. Also, the creative team has provided the right impact and bond between KD and Varun. This is completely a KD Pathak's show, but to see the amount of love that Varun gets makes me happy."

Ask Romit whether he is waiting in the wings for a super-duper comeback in Adaalat, and he states, "You need to stay glued."

Aah Romit, we do understand that something big is in store for Adaalat viewers!!! Take a hint from Ronit Roy's recent tweets that read as follows – Ronit Roy @RonitBoseRoy 4 Aug

Yes @RajRomit -Varuns death was sad, but keep watching #Adaalat I may have a surprise for you #sonytv

If this was not enough, Ronit went on to say, Ronit Roy @RonitBoseRoy 15h

Varuns death in #Adaalat!"Aksar, Jo dikhta hai woh Hota nahin aur jo Hota hai woh dikhta nahin ...1/2

At the moment, all that we can say is that, 'We are waiting for the day when the KD-Varun magic will sparkle again!!!

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Raja Chaudhary in an episodic of Sony TV's Adaalat


Summary: Raja Chaudhary loves to make headlines….with his professional or personal histrionics. The performer has been roped in for an episodic in Sony Entertainment Television's Adaalat (Contiloe Entertainment). The actor will be seen in the khakhi wardi as an honest inspector in this investigative drama. In this particular episode a girl will be put behind bars on the charges of murdering a minister. This is when KD Pathak (Ronit Roy) will come and try solving the case. The episodic is an Independence Day special. The episode will air on 15 August 2013.

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If given 10 mins to get ready...

What would our Telly-town celebrities choose from their much-treasured wardrobe?


Shweta Kawatra-seen as Surveen Khurana in 'Adaalat' onSony TV.

"An effortless way of getting ready is to quickly get into a white shirt, pair of jeans, and high heels. I'll simply tie up my hair; put some gloss, blush, and mascara and carry a hand-bag along. That's it."


http://www.india-forums.com/tellybuzz/creative-cocktail/16199-if-given-10-mins-to-get-ready.htm

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Aasiya Kazi's slam book!

TellyBuzz brings to you the Sunday Celebrity Slam Book section with Aasiya Kazi


Your inspiration:I learned professionalism from Ronit Da (Ronit Bose Roy) and dedication from Harshad Chopra.

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The Invisible Man in Adaalat

The Invisible Man in Adaalat

Adaalat on Sony Entertainment Television has been enthralling its fans with the mostintriguing episodes and resolving the toughest of case. 

KD Pathak played by Ronit Roy will soon get a strange case to be solved. In an upcoming episode, the viewer's get introduced to a doctor who has discovered a vial which can make a person invisible. He keeps a press conference to tell everyone regarding his discovery. But we see that not only does the doctor get killed, his vial also gets stolen and the one accused is his assistant. The court proceedings take place and KD tries to prove that he is innocent. Meanwhile KD finds that there was another person who now looks to be missing and hasn't even gone home. He comes to know that there is a house where the TV switches on itself; things are moving by itself in the house. KD and Srman trace out the guy who was missing and they find him in this house.


Is this the guy who stole the vial and drank it? Did he also murder the doctor? How will KD catchthe invisible man?

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