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This Saturday’s going to be a feast on Farah Khan’s Tere Mere Beach Mein on Star Plus for it’s going to talk about Male Eye Candy...

September 17, 2009 4:44:56 am

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This Saturday’s going to be a feast on Farah Khan’s Tere Mere Beach Mein on Star Plus for it’s going to talk about Male Eye Candy,and guess who’s coming for a bite: John Abraham and Yuvraaj Singh. Farah opens the episode by saying how perceptions have changed,as it is no longer only women who are teased,but the men are the new ‘eye candy’. They chat about role reversals and often bring the ‘dostana’ element in the conversation. Catch it all on Star Plus,this Saturday,September 19,9 pm.

Star Couple

ANOTHER Saturday blockbuster on the telly is the grand guest appearance of Mr and Mrs Boney Kapoor on Sony’s Dus Ka Dum. That’s right,for the first time on television,Sridevi and Boney will be seen together. And while Salman’s at it,other ‘Wanted’ guests are Ayesha Takia,Prabhudeva,director of Wanted and Salman’s buddies,music directors Sajid-Wajid. Sridevi,who was,still is on a sabbatical,post her marriage and children,stepped in specially to promote her husband’s film Wanted. And yes,daughters Jahnavi and Khushi will also be seen. As the music directors rocked the show with their brand of singing and music with special sound effects,a delighted Salman was caught saying,“Now we can all shamelessly promote our film Wanted!” Wasn’t he already? In the meantime,you catch the episode on Saturday,September 19,at 9 pm on Sony Entertainment Television.

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First published on: 17-09-2009 at 04:44:56 am

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