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buddies Preity Zinta and Yuvraj Singh.Happy to be linked

Looks like the eye candy of the Indian cricket team — Yuvraj Singh — is quite a flirt and Preity Zinta seems to agree to that. Welcoming Yuvi on her chat show ‘Up, Close and Personal with PZ’, Preity was cautious and avoided hugging him throughout the episode.
During the IPL, there were many rumours of the two dating each other. But when Preity got candid with Yuvi about their apparent link-up, the Punjabi boy giggled and confessed, “It felt great to be linked with you. Unfortunately, it wasn’t true.”

Cricket superstars are quite multi-faceted and Yuvraj is no exception. He revealed that he has worked in Punjabi movies as a child actor and also spoke about his father’s constant warning to break Yuvi’s legs if he didn’t play cricket.
Yuvraj even came clean confessing that it’s very difficult and pressurising to be a cricketer in India and hence he wouldn’t ever allow his son to be a cricketer. He got emotional speaking about the game, on winning the World Cup, being dropped several times from the team and not being selected by Preity for her team during ‘IPL
Season 4’.  
Revealing his fun side, Yuvraj quickly donned the character of a prospective candidate for a cricket tour in the ‘play act segment’ while Preity was the harsh official of the selection committee. Tune in to watch Yuvraj Singh in a chatty avatar on October 8 at 7 pm on UTV Stars.

Duel to death 

WB presents ‘Bloodsport’ on October 8 at 9 pm. The movie stars Jean-Claude Van Damme, Bolo Yeung, Donald Gibb, Forest Whitaker and Roy Chiao.

An American soldier in Hong Kong, Frank Dux (Van Damme) becomes involved in Kumatai, a highly illegal kickboxing competition.

Whoever survives the bout will be crowned Kumite champion of the world — a title that has plenty of challengers with homicide in their hearts.
The finale offers a duel to death between Dux and the reigning Kumite king — Bolo Yeung. The script is based on the real-life exploits of martial arts champ Frank Dux.

A minute from life

No more answering gruelling questions or facing a panel of harsh judges. All you need to win a crore is a minute from your life. The second season of ‘India’s Minute to Win It’ is all set to hit the small screen to give the audiences a complete adrenaline rush.

Time is money and the value for your one minute is now one crore rupees as ‘India’s Minute To Win It’ is here with the second season to enthrall and entertain you. Host Gaurav Kapoor with his witty words takes the excited contestants on a journey of a lifetime where they play ten one minute games to win the big prize.

So get ready to live the biggest minute of your life with ‘India’s Minute To Win It’. The show premieres on October 8 at 8 pm on AXN.


(TV show timings are subject to change)

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