Mumbai, Jan 9: Bharti Singh has never left a chance to flirt with the actors, but when Madhuri Dixit and Huma Qureshi came on the sets of "Comedy Circus Ke Mahabali", she decided to imitate the "dhak-dhak" girl.
The comedienne took to stage to imitate Madhuri's signature "Uhu uhu" from "Hum Aapke Hain Koun...!" and the latter praised her for that. After her performance, Madhuri and Huma joined Bharti on the stage for a small act.
Madhuri even danced with Krushna Abhishek and Bharti on "Dola re dola" from "Devdas" and Ghagra from "Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani".
The actresses came on the sets to promote their film "Dedh Ishqiya" and the episode will be beamed Sunday on Sony Entertainment Television.
Nikita-Ayaz confident about their on-screen chemistry
After "Do Dil Ek Jaan", small screen actors Nikita Sharma and Ayaz Ahmed have teamed up again for an upcoming episode on "Yeh Hai Aashiqui". Nikita says it was easy for them to work again as they share a "good chemistry".
"Ayaz and I already have a good on-screen chemistry because we have worked together for a romantic show, so it was easy to perform. We are very much comfortable with each other, as we had worked together on the same genre - romance. It's definitely good to work with a great actor," Nikita said in a statement.
Ayaz agrees with his co-actor but adds that they had to discuss how they would react to a situation, as the characters in the show were different from the ones they played in "Do Dil Ek Jaan".
"Fortunately, we share a good chemistry. Probably the only difference is the characters we are playing. We had to discuss and decide on how we would react to each other in 'Yeh Hai Aashiqui'," he said.
The two will be seen essaying Pragya and Kanishq in the episode, which will revolve around two families who initially were on good terms but become enemies due to an incident.
Despite the feud between their families, Pragya and Kanishq spend time with each other, only to realise that their friendship has turned into love.
What follows next is their struggle to keep their love alive.
Hosted by Rithvik Dhanjani, "Yeh Hai Aashiqui" airs on Bindass.
Break time, cricket time for 'Adaalat' team
The cast and crew of courtroom drama show "Adaalat", which stars Ronit Roy as successful lawyer KD, plays cricket during long breaks.
"We are a bunch of crazy people. Whenever there are long breaks, we get a lot of time to have some fun moments. Ronit is seen the most enthusiastic one and he is also the captain of our team," Romit Raj, who essays Ronit's assistant in the show, said in a statement.
"The entire crew gets into the spirit of the game and it turns out to be an amazing time with each other," he added.
"Adaalat" airs on Sony Entertainment Television.