Mumbai, April 14: Actress Kritika Kamra, currently seen as the host of a unique show based on cyber abuse, has no immediate plans to sign either fiction or reality entertainer.
"I am on a break from fiction," said the actress, who became popular with shows like "Kitani Mohabbat Hai" and "Kuch Toh Log Kahenge", told IANS.
She is currently the host of "MTV Webbed 2", about the prevalence of cyber abuse and she is enjoying the experience.
"I am enjoying doing something different...I have done a reality show in the past ('Zara Nachke Dikha'), but I have no plans of doing anything like that as of now," she added.
Ali Asgar multi-coloured act in 'Jeannie & Juju'
If you love watching Ali Asgar as 'Dolly dadi' in "Comedy Nights With Kapil", you will enjoy the multi-faceted actor's new stint on "Jeannie & Juju" too.
Ali plays Vicky in "Jeannie & Juju" and his character is accidentally affected by a magic spell As a result he starts changing colours, which also affects his mood patterns.
Red colour makes him angry, blue makes him calm, while green makes him an envious.
Praising Ali, his co-star Rubina Dilaik, who plays Jeannie, said: "Ali is a fabulous actor and he capably pulls off different types of acts in our show. The ongoing track consists of both physical and mental challenges as Ali's look will change drastically and his mood will be affected too."
Huma Qureshi supports Vatsal in 'Ek Hasina Thi'
"Ek Hasina Thi" is all set to thrill the TV audience from Monday and Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi promoted it on Twitter.
Produced by Prem Krishen, Cinevistaas Limited, the show stars TV actors Sanjeeda Sheikh as Durga and Vatsal Seth as Shaurya Goenka. It will be aired on Star Plus.
Huma tweeted supporting actor Vatsal: "Tonight starts 'Ek Hasina Thi' starring vatsal at 8p.m. on Star Plus. Go Vatty."