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Amir collapses on sets

In Sunday’s episode of Zara Nachke Dikha, the captain of the boys’ team — Amir Ali steps forward for the first round of the night. He performs the dance of the scavenger for which he is so in to the character that he refuses to speak to anyone before his performance. By mixing a bit of krumping and stomping, Amir performs with such seriousness that he is totally lost in the act. He paints himself blue to become a scavenger. During the act he breaks bottles on his head much to the awe of the audience and the judges. The performance is so intense that in the end, when he jumps on the judges’ table, he gives a terrible scare to Shilpa.

Once his performance is over, he is so exhausted that he collapses right in front of the judges, which makes both his anxious girlfriend Sanjeeda and teammates run to his side.
As Sanjeeda gives him water, his Mastkalander teammates help him stand up and bring him to the centre of the stage.

Looks like this competition is just getting bigger and better. Tune into Zara Nachke Dikha every Saturday and Sunday at 9 pm on Star Plus.

Speaking up for himself

HBO presents Frost/Nixon on May 16 at 9 pm. The movie stars Kevin Bacon, Rebecca Hall, Toby Jones and Frank Langella. For three years, after being forced out from office, Richard Nixon remains silent. But in summer 1977, the steely, cunning former commander-in-chief agrees to sit for one all-inclusive interview to confront the questions of his time in
office and the Watergate  scandal that ended his presidency.

Nixon surprises everyone in selecting David Frost as his televised confessor,
intending to easily outdo the breezy British showman and secure a place in the hearts and minds of Americans. Likewise, David Frost’s team harbours doubts about their boss’ ability to hold his own.

As cameras roll, there is a charged battle of wits.

Weird world

Watch the healing powers of snake massage in Israel. Experience human prowess at oil wrestling in Turkey. Andrew Zimmern, the globe-trotter is set to try out totally bizarre things even beyond food. He unravels unusual, unexpected and downright strange aspects of various cultures and traditions. Describing the actions and asking the questions that any curious viewer might have.

View the world through a lens that filters out the commonplace and celebrates the out of the ordinary. Tickle the curiosity, open eyes to the unthinkable and get engaged to be informed in Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre World. The programme airs on May 16 at 10 pm on Discovery Travel and Living. 

Yet another twist

Watch Balika Vadhu on May 15 at 8 pm on Colors. Dadisa is thinking twice about having Anandi around her grandson Jagya. She is unhappy that her Jagya’s wife is mentally unstable.

So she decides to meet Bhavri, the match-maker of the village, to hunt for a new beendni for Jagdish.

All this and more on the Saturday Special Episode of Balika Vadhu.



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