Salman Khan turns barber, Ranbir Kapoor sells vada-pav for a day
Several celebrities including Salman Khan, Karan Johar, Ranbir Kapoor and Harbhajan Singh will be seen stepping into the shoes of the common man for a day, taking up their jobs and earning daily wages as part of an upcoming TV show ‘Mission Sapne’.
The brings together several celebs from various walks of life and encourages them to leverage their fame for the benefit of the common man.In the show, the audience will get an opportunity to see their favourite celebrities move away from their comfort zone to drive a taxi, sell vegetables or become a door-to-door salesman and use their talent, wit and star persona to bring a change in their ordinary and tough life.
Season one of this show will see celebrities from across Bollywood, television, sports and music volunteering in this Mission.
Superstar Salman Khan will turn barber for a day, filmmaker Karan Johar will turn photographer, Ranbir Kapoor will sell vada-pav, Varun Dhawan, a Pattiwala, Siddharth Malhotra will sell vegetables, cricketer Harbhajan Singh will be a namkeen seller, singer Mika Singh will turn chaiwala.
Popular TV actors like Ronit Roy will be seen as a cosmetic seller, Ram Kapoor will drive a taxi while Drashti Dhami will turn a Nimbu-mirchi seller.
The show which will be hosted by Sonali Bendre will be aired from April 27 at 8 pm on Colors channel.
“We are very thankful to each and every celebrity who voluntarily joined us for this noble cause. They not only took out time from their busy lives but also whole heartedly committed to leading the life of a common man without any remuneration,” Raj Nayak, CEO Colors said.
Also, Colors channel today announced its partnership with Tata Motors for this show.
“We are extremely delighted to announce our partnership with a like-minded organization like- Tata Motors through this property,” Nayak said.
Through this association both will enhance their focus on societal welfare as they strive to present CSR-led initiative that will appeal to viewers to synergize their efforts towards creating a better tomorrow for underprivileged individuals in the country.
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