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Hungama TV begins the hunt for ‘John Aur Kaun’ from December 2

02-December-2006
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Hungama TV begins the hunt for ‘John Aur Kaun’ from December 2

When it comes to talent hunt shows, it couldn’t get more exciting than this, especially for kids with stardust in their eyes. Hungama TV’s ‘Oral B John Aur Kaun’ is debuting on December 2 at 1.30 pm, which will give two lucky kids the chance to act with John Abraham. The 13-episode special will be aired every weekend for the next seven weeks, culminating in a grand finale on January 13, 2007.

The first five episodes would showcase the five-city audition that took place in Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Kolkata to shortlist kids – an equal number of boys and girls – who have the fire in them to face the camera.

An official communiqué stated, “The show will feature the training, grooming and elimination processes of the 40 shortlisted finalists who were selected through a five-city audition. Television actors Shraddha Nigam, Poonam Goel and Vivek Agnihotri, director of the movie ‘Goal’, will be the mentors on the show. They will contribute to honing the dancing and acting skills of the contestants. Hosted by Roshan Abbas and Karishma Randeva, the show is certainly destined to leave the viewers agog with entertainment.”

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