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  • | August 9th, 2014

    Mandira Bedi: I was offered three similar roles after Anil Kapoor’s 24

    Mandira Bedi: I was offered three similar roles after Anil Kapoor’s 24

    The sexy heroine was praised a lot for her performance in the tele series…
    Mandira Bedi, who delivered a power-packed performance as government agent Nikita Rai in 24, says the success of the TV series led producers to offer her three more such roles. Mandira, best remembered as the strong protagonist of Shanti, returned to the fictional world on the small screen after nine years with 24, which marked Bollywood actor Anil Kapoor’s debut on TV. Click here to read more

  • | October 4th, 2013

    Mandira Bedi: I got to wear a holster and carry a real gun – now I can die and go to heaven!

    Mandira Bedi:  I got to wear a holster and carry a real gun – now I can die and go to heaven!

    We first saw her in the popular Doordarshan soap Shanti with unmanageable hair, a straight face and prim salwar suits. A lot has changed over the years – the hair is pixie-short, her face mirrors her thoughts and the suits are replaced with short… really short… dresses
    Mandira Bedi has grown over the years and so has her enthusiasm to do daily soaps. The drama queen who swore to never do TV serials after Shanti until something really excited her is in seventh heaven – she is now part of 24, the Indian version of the American series. Click here to read more

  • | March 23rd, 2012

    Will Anil Kapoor be convincing as Jack Bauer in ’24’ remake?

    Will Anil Kapoor be convincing as Jack Bauer in ’24’ remake?

    That’s what we wonder as the jhakaas man announces his plans to produce the Indian version of the popular American TV show
    The television division of Anil Kapoor’s production house has clinched the remake rights of the American thriller show, 24. Apparently, it took the Slumdog Millionaire actor more than a year of negotiations to finalise the deal, but he did it. And now he is getting ready to fulfill his dream of making an Indian version of the TV show. Click here to read more