New Delhi, Oct 15 (IANS) If Mallika Sherawat was ever stranded on an isolated island, guess whose company she would want? Superstar Rajinikanth!
She confessed this in a web exclusive video to promote her ongoing reality show "The Bachelorette India - Mere Khayalon Ki Mallika", which airs on Life OK.
"I would like to get stranded on an island with Rajinikanth. First of all, I will never get bored of Rajini, he will entertain me non-stop, and secondly, if I want to go anywhere, Rajini will row around the island to take me wherever I want to go," she said.
The "Murder" actress is in search of her soulmate through the reality show, which is based on the international format of "The Bachelor".
When Mallika was asked to choose her favourite actor from Amitabh Bachchan and Naseeruddin Shah, she didn't take any sides.
"I love Amitabh Bachchan, I respect him, but I really love Naseeruddin Shah. I think he is more versatile and secondly, I am working with him in 'Dirty Politics'," said the "Pyaar Ke Side Effects" actress.
Mallika shares tidbits via the promotional web videos, which are posted every alternate day on videosharing website YouTube so that the viewers can get to know her well.
"The Bachelorette India - Mere Khayalon Ki Mallika", which went on air Oct 7, currently features 18 participants, who are wooing the actress.
Saloni Daini to make cameo appearance in 'Raavi'
Child standup comedian Saloni Daini will be seen in a special appearance on TV show "Raavi".
She will be seen in the Saturday episode, which will be aired on Big Magic.
"Raavi" is an unusual story of a girl who grows up disguised as a boy named Ravinder in a Punjabi household.
Saloni will be seen as a guest to judge a competition being held at Ravinder's school.
Shows like 'Madhubala...' are game-changers: Producers
TV show "Madhubala - Ek Ishq Ek Junoon" has recently completed a run of 400.
Producers Abhinav Shukla and Saurabh Tewari of Nautanki Films believe the show has been a game-changer in the small screen world.
Thanking viewers for their support, the duo issued a joint statement Tuesday.
"So far the response from all our loyal fans and viewers worldwide has been overwhelming and we continue to thank them for their endless support. Shows like 'Madhubala...' have proved to be game-changers in today's TV industry," read the statement.
The show, aired on Colors channel, features actors Drashti Dhami and Vivian D'Sena in lead roles. It is about the struggles of a girl named Madhubala, who is married to the country's superstar Rishabh Kundra aka R.K., played by Vivian.
Launched in 2012, the show enjoys a steady viewership and it has been appreciated for its performances and different technical values.