Bollywood Garam: The much awaited dance reality show ‘Just Dance’, will be the first show in the history of Indian television, which will feature an episode shot at Madame Tussauds museum in London. Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan, who will be making his television debut with the show, was the one who made it happen.
The ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ actor in a statement said that this will be the first show that has received the honor of shooting in the popular museum. The co-judges of the show – Vaibhavi Merchant and Farah Khan – had shot along with the star.
The audition of ‘Just Dance’ had taken place in London and later the channel reportedly managed to get permission due to Hrithik’s popularity in UK. The channel had to do a lot of paper work and several clearances were required.
The authorities of the museum had given permission only because Hrithik’s statue is featured in the museum. Hrithik’s statue is the latest to be installed from Bollywood and has followed the footsteps of Aishwarya Rai, Salman Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, who have also graced the museum with their statues.
Rumour has it that the museum officials were strict and had given the channel just an hour to shoot in the museum. Only five people, including Farah and Vaibhavi, were allowed in the museum and that too very early in the morning, before the museum opened to the public.
Look’s like Indian TV is really going places!