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Farah, Anu back for Season 4 of 'Entertainment Ke Liye...'

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Mumbai, Jun 2 : ‘Tom & Jerry’ duo of film director and choreographer, Farah Khan and music composer, Anu Malik, are back together as judges for Season Four of hit reality show -- ‘Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega’.





The show, which earlier had three successful seasons on general Entertainment channel (GEC) Sony Entertainment Television (SET), will begin from June six on every Monday-Thursday spread over 10 weeks (2100 hours). The show will be hosted by Mona Singh and Vishal.

Producers have added episodes like a Swimming Pool Special, where contestants will show their aquatic talents including synchronized swimming. Khan and Malik on their part will get into the act and will also perform stunts. Bollywood actor, Salman Khan will also join the show for the first two episodes and join the young talents in a dance act.

Contestants stand to win Rs 11,112 cash prize on the spot based on audience and judges votes. The best performer of every episode will get Rs 1,00,000 and move to the Quarter-Finals and beyond, SET officials said here today.

Speaking to media, Farah Khan said the new series will be the most interactive of its kind with the judges performing stunts and acts that include motorcycle rides through flames and dancing on top of ‘mutkas’ -- earthenware pots. The talent pool for the series is the largest with more than 300 contestants participating.

"You can expect more ‘Dhamaal’, a lot of celebrities including Salman Khan, prodigies, and genius kids from all over the country.

We will also play the role of entertainment police -- wherein we will 'send' contestants who put on a bad performance to the show’s jail for ‘crime against entertainment’. We take our roles seriously, aside from having a great time. Discovering new talent is great fun," she added.

"Farah and I are like ‘Tom & Jerry’, getting on each other, but people like our show because it is not scripted, and we love the show, and it shows. As judges, we are looking for that ‘magic’ in the talents of the participants -- beyond the ‘been there, done that’ factor," Malik said.


--UNI
 
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