Hrithik turns mentor on the sets of Just Dance

Published On: 2014-05-11

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Working behind closed doors


Source: Mumbai Mirror 

Date: May 23, 2011 


When Hrithik Roshan signs for a new role, he gives his heart and soul to his job. His rule book says, shut yourself into a room for three to four days, don't meet anyone, do not take any calls or respond to any messages and you shall be like Mr Perfect. Now that Hrithik has signed on a dance reality show, it has become the centre of his life. More so because dance is what the actor is more passionate about. He, it seems, locked himself up at his house for three days and followed each and every step of his rule book just to go through all the audition tapes featuring around 50 contestants for the show. 


All this just to make sure that he was being fair and eliminated the misfits only. He went through all the tapes and saw each and every contestant twice and some even thrice. He wanted to be fair to every contestant, as he believes that the best man should go ahead. On Saturday night, when the final contestants were being selected, Hrithik came four hours early to do the technical rehearsals. With such dedication, we are sure that Hrithik would make a very good judge too.



Hrithik shows his moves


Source: HT 

Date: May 23, 2011 


Ek minute, I must answer this call on my kaaliberry. It's my jasoos from Juhu, claiming to have some nugget on Hrithik Roshan. The actor who's started shooting for his television show, Just Dance, has become the most sought after mentor, I'm told. Interestingly, the atmosphere on the sets is very amicable as the Duggu dude gets along with his cojudges Farah Khan and Vaibhavi Merchant very well. The trio don't have any arguments or drama that reality TV is known for. Besides, Roshan also spends time bonding with the participants who approach him for advice. Not only does he encourage and give them tips, but also shows them some moves and shakes a leg with them when they insist and he can't help but give in. Wah, kya baat hai!