Sunday, August 7, 2011

Karan Pangali’s a better dancer than me—Hrithik

B-town’s God of dancing Hrithik Roshan, one of the three judges on the dance reality show ‘Just Dance’, is all praises for Karan Pangali, a promising contestant on the show.
Hrithik Roshan
Raving about Karan, Hrithik said that the participant from UK, who despite being a trained classical dancer never hesitates to try versatile dance styles, is a better dancer than him.

Apparently, Karan is gaining popularity not just for his dancing skills, but also for being a mirror image of Hrithik Roshan, appearance-wise.

When asked if he, too, like the others, feels that Karan is his look-alike, the superstar said, “What I like about Karan is that he is a classical dancer who is not afraid to break the norms. He’s a handsome guy, but whether we look alike is for others to decide. I see only his dance. He’s a better dancer than me.”

Hrithik awards 3 lakhs to each eliminated contestants
While generally winners are honored with trophies, something unusual happened on Hrithik Roshan’s dance show.

Reportedly, the B-town Greek god Hrithik, to make up for breaking the dreams of the participants by eliminating them, awarded each eliminated contestant a handsome sum of Rs3 lakhs, so that they can use the cash to develop their career.

"Hrithik was so touched by the contestants on Just Dance, that he have them 3 lakh each, to help them pursue their dream in dancing,” an insider informed.

Being introduced as a superstar unnerves me -- Hrithik
Though he is counted among the A-lister actors and has a crazy fan following, Hrithik prefers not to be called a superstar when he is not performing.

The actor states that being referred to as superstar, when he hasn’t put on his acting or dancing shoes and is not on stage, makes him feel uncomfortable.

When asked if his flop films, namely, ‘Guzaarish’ and ‘Kites’, have affected his superstar status, Hrithik told TOI, “I don't know where that comes from. I get very, very awkward when people refer to me as a superstar – except when I am being introduced on stage where I am supposed to perform as a superstar. That I'm comfortable with, because I have the jacket and the mask of a star on. But if you introduce me, without all that, as a superstar, it unnerves me, it makes me a little uncomfortable.”

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