Sonakshi confessed that she does not know how to play the nation’s most favourite game, cricket, at the opening ceremony of a sports reality show – “Box Cricket League”.
The actress was present on the sets to promote her upcoming movie “Action Jackson” along with director Prabhudheva.
Although the date of the Sony Entertainment Television show hasn’t been locked yet, it is expected to premier mid-December.
The actress was seen talking about other sports she knows on “Comedy Nights with Kapil”, which included volleyball and basketball. But cricket didn’t find a spot in the list.
However, the “Dabangg” fame actress didn’t shy away from trying her hand at batting and bowling when she mingled with the teams of “Box Cricket League”.
Dilshad, Mumani exit ‘Qubool Hai’
After entry of actress Additi Gupta, actresses Shalini Kapoor and Alka Kaushal will bid adieu to TV show “Qubool Hai”.
Shalini played Dilshad, grandmother of female lead Sanam and Sehar. Alka essayed a character with grey shades as Mumani.
“Alka’s character will die following an electric shock,” said a source.
However, the decision over Shalini’s role still hangs in doubt.
“Dilshad will be shown leaving for Haj,” the source added.
It’s still not clear whether Dilshad will make a comeback on the Zee TV show.
Mallika Sherawat to be on ‘Comedy Nights With Kapil’
Comedian Kapil Sharma, who is seen flirting with almost all female celebrities on his TV show “Comedy Nights With Kapil”, has a reason to smile. Actress Mallika Sherawat, known for sensuous and bold scenes, will be the next guest on his show.
“Yes, Mallika is coming to the show. But she is not coming with an agenda. She has no movie releasing and she’s just coming to have some fun,” said a source.
Lately, Kapil’s show hosted a string of popular celebrities, cricketers, and singers. In this week’s episode, writer Chetan Bhagat and singer Atif Aslam will come as guests on the Colors’ show.
The famed reel couple from “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge” Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol will also come on the show to celebrate the completion of 1,000 weeks run of the film in theatre.