New Delhi, Sep 26 (IANS) The transition from Bollywood to television was literally painful for Mallika Sherawat.
The actress, who will feature in Life Ok's reality show "The Bachelorette India - Mere Khayalon Ki Mallika", had reportedly fallen from a bike and hurt herself while shooting for the show's promo.
"When Mallika was shooting for the promo, an unforeseen incident happened with her. The moment the bike accelerated, Mallika lost control and fell from it. Not just this, the sari got stuck in the wheel and unfortunately got torn," said a source close to the production house.
"She faced minor bruises but her spirit was undeterred. She immediately got up and to everyone's surprise, created no fuss and agreed to re-shoot," the source added.
The dating reality show, based on the internationally popular format of "The Bachelor", focusses on finding a match for the actress among 30 contestants.
The show will be aired Oct 7 on Life OK.
It's Salsa time in "Yeh Rishtaa Kya..."
In order to improve the chemistry between them, "Yeh Rishtaa Kya Kehlata Hai" actors Karan Mehra and Hina Khan have taken salsa lessons.
The onscreen couple will be seen dancing on the show in the coming week in order to spice up their married life.
"Dance has become a new found passion for me. Post my stint with 'Nach Baliye', I enjoy dance and believe it's a great way to unwind as well," Karan said in a statement.
"For a few episodes, Hina and I had to take salsa lessons as part of the on-going track which was great fun and energizing. We have attempted to learn and showcase some good moves, now just hope the viewers like it," he added.
The show is aired on Star Plus.
Ahmed Khan: 'DID' has become reference point for choreographers
Dance director Ahmed Khan, who is currently judging Zee TV's "Dance Ka Tashan", says that the level of dancing is so high on the show that the moves shown on it have become a reference point for Bollywood choreographers.
"It is wonderful that 'DID' gives so many talented youngsters a chance to shine in front of the entire nation. There is such a huge number of versatile acts and so many different levels of dancing that the show has become a reference point for choreography in films as well," Khan said in a statement.
"Dance Ka Tashan", which went on air Sep 21, is a competition between the contestants of "DID Super Moms" and "DID Li'l Masters".