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Buddy buddy baatein

Shubha Shetty-Saha
Wednesday, June 11, 2008 23:59 IST

While Aamir Khan appeared in Salman's TV show for friendship's sake, cricketer Yuvraj Singh teased the host about his girlfriend, reports Shubha Shetty-Saha

Even though Aamir Khan doesn't make appearances on reality shows, he made an exception for buddy Salman Khan.

On Sunday night, sources say, Salman called up Aamir to ask him if he had seen his new show 'Dus Ka Dum'. Even though Aamir is busy with the post production of 'Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na' and the shooting of 'Ghajini', he had managed to catch Salman's show at a post production studio.

When Aamir said that he had liked him in the show, Salman invited him to be a part of the show. A source close to Aamir says, "Aamir is really busy and he doesn't do much television. Earlier he had gone on the sets of Kaun Banega Crorepati for a charitable cause. He appeared on the show Little Champs show because it had to do with kids. But this time he purely agreed for his friend Salman."

Aamir went along with his nephew Imran Khan (debuting in Jaane Tu…) and reached the studios at one in the morning. Salman patiently waited for them and got an episode shot.

Salman also had some other guests who were not his colleagues. Cricketers Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh (Bhajji) made an appearance and ended up ragging Salman. When Salman asked the duo how they could play so untiringly, while he gets exhausted just running, Bhajji quickly said, "It depends on who you are running after…was it Vivek Oberoi whom you were running after?"

When Salman asked the duo to name their favourite actress Yuvi wickedly said, "Katrina Kaif" to which a blushing Salman added, "Mine too." Bhajji however, was diplomatic and said, "Mine is Lara Dutta but I like Katrina too."

Yuvi and Bhajji managed to touch the one crore mark in the show. Half of that amount was donated to Salman's charity foundation Being Human, Rs 25 lakh was given to a charity run by Yuvraj's mother and the rest to the little ill boy, who Harbhajan had visited recently at a hospital in Agra.


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'I have learnt so much from 10 Ka Dum'


Salman Khan has started his innings in television with 10 Ka Dum, and he seems very happy about his show. We quizzed the star about his experience and if we can expect to see Katrina Kaif on the show anytime soon. Excerpts:

Are you enjoying yourself on the show?
Yeah. I love it because the people, who come for the show, are very good and rational. There is no difference between them and me. Everybody needs money but when they are out of the show, they don't have regrets. They leave the show with in a happy frame of mind and that's commendable. I am proud of the citizens of this country.

I feel good that my mindset and way of thinking is very similar to those who participate in the show. It's only now that I have finally understood why I am at this level. It's because I think in a similar way as the others.


In this one-hour show, you have to do things impromptu. Was it difficult?
No. It's great fun that I get to speak from my heart. There are times when whatever I say sounds good while at other times, it might not sound good to others.

Did you learn anything from any contestant?
I have learnt so many things from this show. The biggest lesson is that you have to laugh whenever you are tensed.


Will you rope in other celebrities on the show?
I think I will invite Sanjay Dutt and Govinda. Aamir Khan, Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh just recorded an episode for us. Whenever such celebrities come, then winning money is not their primary concern. They donate their money to charity.

When will Katrina Kaif and Shah Rukh Khan come for your show?
I don't know about Katrina but we will bring in SRK. But a formal invitation is yet to be given.

Do you think celebrities are necessary to sustain interest for the show?
Let me tell you one thing. The intention of this show is not to up its TRP ratings by roping in celebrities at regular intervals. The only intention of this show is that if a celebrity comes in and wins money, it will go to a charitable institution. If a contestant wins money, he will be able to support his or her family.


So how popular is Salman Khan? Is it 25 percent, 50 percent, 75 percent or 100 percent?
It's 0 percent because mere talking amounts to nothing. If I were to say 100 percent, that would amount to nothing either. It hardly matters if it's zero or 100. You can see how popular Salman Khan is.

What did your father Salim Khan like 10 Ka Dum?
He said that the show is very good. But he said that I need to work harder. It's a big responsibility on my shoulders and everything has to be done seriously. This time, it's a different platform and I want to take the show to a different level. He told me that the show must be taken to a different level so that people respect me.

It was reported that Katrina wasn't given good treatment at Bangkok for the IIFA awards. Is it true?
I am not her secretary. She is a grown up and intelligent person, who can sort out her own problems.


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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Day 15 - 10 Ka Dum

For nineteen long years I have been showered with love & affection from my fans and it is more than evident on the sets of 10 Ka Dum. Each time I shoot an episode I have the chance of meeting someone new and introducing them to you. The time I spend with them is so real, so full of fun that I actually forget all my tiredness and any tensions that I might have. The thrill of it all keeps me energized and I can go on and on …in a unique way it drives me.

With the real people in the audience, real contestants handpicked from the masses and the sheer number of people who entered for auditions… it was a bit like the first stage of a T20 match. On TV we have shows that are like the 5 day Test, some are like the 50over game but 10 ka Dum really has elements of today's cricket – TwentyTwenty! It needs skill, courage and intuition. I believe all the makings of a thrilling watch. Am sure you all enjoyed the first dumdaar weekend as much as I did.

Even the studio audience seemed to enjoy the positivity of the game. They were so involved. The wagon wheel of light hearted questions and answers spread laughter and fun and it was like enjoying an evening among friends. I was not so familiar with the multi-camera system of television. A crew member informed me that the main camera is so sensitive that it can capture the slightest of muscular movement on the face. The lens may even peep right into the performer's soul. But I liked that. I like the open honesty of the camera and the contestants in front of me… there was nothing to hide, I was amongst friends. I did not mind all the questions they asked me…. The advice they offered, because I know they came from a space of love and not with any malice. Not that I wasn't left embarrassed though J

In our very first episode when my first contestant, the exuberant Akshata Tiwarekar missed the 1 Crore, that too by such a narrow margin, I felt miserable. My heart bled for her. She had played so well and her infectious spirit and laughter brought so much energy to the show… I realized just how truly great we can become, only because of our attitude.

She was fantastic and even when I was so hugely disappointed for her sake, she took it in her stride. She symbolized the gut, courage and will to survive - the hallmark of being alive. Your attitude is what defines who you are!

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Katrina on DKD

Have you seen his new show till now?
No, I was away at the IIFA when it launched, so I haven't seen it as yet. I will catch it this weekend for sure.

But have you been on the sets of the show prior to the big launch when he was just shooting for the episodes?
(Laughs) I am not going to talk about that.

What sense do you get of the show?
I think it's nice. I feel it is going to do really well as it is a mass-oriented show and I think it has a mass appeal and people will really like it.

What do think about all big stars taking to TV?
After so many years of working in movies, you want to try something different. If it makes more financial sense, why not? At the end of the day, to secure your future is the criteria in this industry.

But Salman is reportedly getting 50 crores a film… does he really need to secure his future?
I don't know.. you just did an interview with him… you should go ask him (winks).

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Friday, 13 June 2008

Sallu ban gaya KING KHAN!

Who is the real King Khan?

If TV ratings are anything to go by, it is Salman and not Shah Rukh! And Sallu has bested the Bollywood Badshah by a decent margin.

The game show he hosts on Sony, 'Dus ka Dum', was the numero uno on the first day, according to Amap's six metro ratings. The show garnered an average TVR of 2.81 and a peak rating of 4.5. Shah Rukh's show in Star Plus, 'Kya Aap Paanchvi Paas Se Tez hai?' came a distant second with an average rating of 1.37 TVR and a peak rating of 2.3. 'Paanchvi Paas', which had begun much earlier, got punched on the chin by the IPL cricket in the beginning and has now been mopped by a muscular Sallu. Amap, a TAM rival, is a widely followed TV-rating agency.

'Dus ka Dum' was launched on June 6. Hrithik Roshan's 'Junoon — Kuch Kar Dikhane Ka', launched on the same day in NDTV Imagine, managed only an average TVR of 0.76; the peak rating was 1.1, much less than that of the one hosted by Shatrughan Sinha in Star One, 'The Great Indian Laughter Challenge 4'. On day two of DKD, Salman Khan reigned supreme with an average TVR of 2.27 and a peak rating of 3.5 TVR. 'Kya Aap Paanchvi Paas Se Tez hai?' also picked up with the ratings.

What makes Salman's show a success? Industry watchers say there is a novelty value in seeing him on the small screen, unlike Shah Rukh and Hrithik who have come on and off. Salman's immense popularity with Indian households is also a factor.

His followers say it is the positive energy and cheer that he brings to the table that makes all the difference.Drawn on the lines of the US game show, 'Power of 10', 'Dus ka Dum' gives the contestants an opportunity to win Rs10 crore, the biggest prize money (to date) on Indian television, by answering just five questions. The contestant has to predict what would be the opinion of the Indian people. The prize money starts from Rs10,000. Thereafter wins grow by the power of 10 and losses shrink by the power of ten.

Salman Khan, it is believed, will cost Sony around Rs 90 crore. Akshay Kumar, though he is contracted for a single 16-episode season of 'Khatron Ke Khiladi' (a 'Fear Factor' take-off) for Colors, the yet-to-be-launched channel, will be charging around Rs 15 crore-20 crore. Akshay will be starting off with 13 women celebrities.

Why are these channels running behind Bollywood stars? Aren't they too expensive for the whims of the Idiot Box? Says Colours CEO Rajesh Kamat: "It is one way of cutting through the clutter and getting into Indian homes quickly." That was just what happened to Star Plus, whose fortunes changed all of a sudden with Amitabh Bachchan's mega hit 'Kaun Banega Crorepati'.

On the flip side, telly success has eluded most Bollywood bigwigs, including Anupam Kher, Manisha Koirala and Govinda. Shah Rukh-hosted KBC also had to flash a sad "The End".

Source: India Syndicate

http://entertainment.in.msn.com/bollywood/article.aspx?cp-do cumentid=1459554

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Gambling with Salman


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Friday - Saturday, 9 pm, Sony TV

The show opened with an extended monologue by its star host Salman Khan in which he stated that his prime motivation for doing the show was to just connect with his fans. As regards the fans, well the amount of grabbing and hugging of the 'ever dude' Khan unleashed by the ladies on stage generally, and often along with their husbands/ boy friends and other male family members would make one believe the vice versa - as in meeting Salman was their prime driver for getting on the show. On the fan-star interaction barometer the show thus provides a win-win situation. I just hope being a Salman fan wasn't the decider clinch in favour of the lucky few on the hot 'stand' (there's no sitting happening on this show with ample excuses for a host-contestant jig on one of Salman's hit dance numbers, but naturally).
So what happens of the Rs 10 crore? It's up for a gamble with the lucky gambler netting home the maximum moolah. Unlike other reality shows, and as rightly informed by Salman in the promos, this one isn't about any test of knowledge - general, current affairs, Bollywood or class five - it's about making the right tukka (bet) that's closest to the bigger tukka (read an opinion poll whose findings decide the results in the game). And opinions being to each-on-to-his-own - myriad and changing with time, situation, age and context - there is not much logic for deducting their unison. No wonder, often India's 'stated' opinion on many of the queries as deduced by the show's pollsters do not exactly match with the voted results of an equally varied Mumbai based studio audience.
Coming back to the show's star attract - Salman Khan makes a confident and entertaining telly host debut. Good enough to even eclipse a contestant's gamble juggle on way to net the biggest prize money on offer in any Indian reality show till date. Pre-show speculations around the 'moody' Khan's initial discomfort with the telly prompter and other conformities of a set event are thus justifiably laid to rest.

Actually, Salman couldn't have found a better concept matching his persona and the concept a better host amongst the leading actors in his league. He personifies (in a certain way) the frivolous dare of a luck game, just as he doesn't mind stating with confidence his ignorance or lack of inkling for the right answer. So don't expect him to nudge or hint a dithering contestant towards the right solution a la Amitabh Bachchan in Kaun Banega Crorepati. But, he does make for an earnest well wisher when he takes part in a contestant's analysis of approximations. And, if the contestant is someone equally bindaas (for lack of a better word to describe the attitude in English), like the Maharashtrian lady in the opening episode, be assured of an entertaining joy ride pepped up with some signature Salman style irreverence laden humour.

The Bachchans and Shah Rukhs of the world watch out - here comes another winner star host on the Indian telly space. Look forth for some great fan moments. Forget the facts in the survey; they anyway keep changing with every passing year, location and mood of the nation. Indeed, it's all about playing, rather gambling, with Salman Khan!


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Friday, June 13, 2008

Day 16 - 10 Ka Dum

We all know the importance of a positive mental attitude, yet sometimes it is easy to forget where our happiness comes from. The more powerful and positive your attitude is, the more you will really experience life as it is meant to be. The hard part comes in staying aware of who it is you really want to be.

The bad news is that circumstances are bound to appear that want to knock you off your track. Just like some very witty and courageous contestants who end up missing the prize money of 10 Lakhs or 1 Crore narrowly…I feel extremely bad about such situations. But I am helpless. The contestants need some skill, some understanding of the mood of the people and of course luck. It does play some part in it as it does in other fields of life too. What I have admired most is that my contestants never get greatly disturbed and their inner strength comes alive. They feel sad as they see disappointment written large on my face. Some of them have missed the correct percentage and the correct answer just because of the fact that our country is so diverse and so are the views of different sections of people. The metropolitan scene is so different from the rural scene. Similarly, certain social truths also vary from the developed areas to the developing areas. But most of my contestants love the lighthearted, humorous questions and that shows that they have a great capacity to embrace the humour and laughter in every situation. And that is the good news. That, if you have absolutely decided who it is you want to be and how you are going to feel, before the challenges arise, you will experience the opportunity to create miracles in your life, and in the lives of others. Through this show I learn, I learn how to make people smile and smile with them. That is the greatest miracle for me in my life right now.

See you tonight for another magical episode of 10 ka dum!

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Cricketers made the 10 Ka Dum episode memorable

IndiaGlitz [Thursday, June 12, 2008]

With a superstar host who is appearing for the first time for a television game show and two fun loving famous names of Indian cricket came together, the result turned out be not just an ordinary episode of 10 Ka Dum but one filled to the full capacity with great entertainment.

Cricketers Yuvaraj Singh and Harbhajan Sing became the first celebrity guests of the show which offers 10 crores as the prize money.

The viewers of this episode will get a fair idea of the hilarious and lively atmosphere present inside the Indian Cricket Team's dressing room once they see the quick wit, humour sense and friendly back stabbing ways of Yuvi and Bhajji.

Both of them together with Salman Khan turned the studio upside down with their revelations and funny anecdotes.

When the question of how many Indians think that " Mard ko dard nahin hota", Harbhajan said something that has never been known before.


Bhajji replied with a grin " Mujhe to bahut hota hai", and I could barely breathe when I got the ball on the ribs. I was just pretending that I was alright.

Bollywood muscle man added up the excitement by recalling a past incident when he acted in real life to be perfectly all right experiencing no pain at all when a driver drove a car right over this toes but in fact he was undergoing acute pain and the foot got swollen in no time.

When Salman asked both of them how they were able to play without getting tired for so long when he gets tired just running during the shots.
Bhajji utilized the chance to take a dig at Salman by saying that getting exhausted depends on who you are running after and spiced it by asking the host whether it was Vivek Oberoi who he was running behind.

On the question of who their favourite actress is, Yuvaraj said that it is Katrina Kaif to which Salman said "Mine Too".

The spinner opted for Lara Dutta but added that he likes Katrina too.

Salman turned to a shade of crimson when Yuvaraj answered to a funny and naughty question.

The question was- What percentage of Indians are not embarrassed about passing wind in Public.

Yuvi quickly pointed out that this question of course is all thanks to Nandini of 'Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam'.

On the whole the episode was fun filled and involved a lot of leg pulling.

Yuvaraj Singh with the support of Harbhajan Singh won Rs. 1 crore which is a first on 10 Ka Dum.

The two players donated the entire amount to the cause of charity.
Of the Rs.1 Crore that they won, the two members of Indian cricket team decided to give 50 lakhs to Salman Khan's Charity Foundation and Rs. 25 lakh to the Charitable Foundation run by Yuvaraj's mother and Rs.25 lakh to the little boy who was in the news recently and whose plight touched Harbhajan's heart so much that he decided to visit the little boy in the hospital in Agra.

Don't miss this amusing episode of 10 Ka Dum.

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