Ganesh Hegde to co-judge Just Dance with Hrithik

Hrithik Roshan

Ganesh Hegde has been signed on to judge Star Plus's dance reality show Just Dance along with Hrithik Roshan, sources said. Prabhudeva and Jaaved Jafferi have been approached to be the third judge.

The show is said to be on the lines of So You Think You Can Dance though it has been tweaked a bit. Participants will be culled from across the world with auditions in New York and London.

However, unlike So You...which has a pair competing for the prize money, Just Dance will have solo contestants competing with the ''God of dance".

Hrithik will dance with each of the finalists. The superstar recently shot for the show's promo and music video. Auditions will start from February 16 and the show will, in all probability, be aired in June.

Sakshi Tanwar in Mohalla Assi
Sakshi Tanwar will be seen as Sunny Deol's wife in Dr Chandraprakash Dwivedi's Mohalla Assi based on Kashinath Singh's popular work Kashi Ka Assi.

Sakshi was last seen on the big screen in Coffee House. Sunny plays a Sanskrit scholar in Mohalla Assi, which is set in Benaras. Says Dwivedi, "The casting has been done keeping in mind the script's demand and the inherent nature of the artistes." Besides Sakshi, others in the cast include Ravi Kishen, Mukesh Tiwari, Saurabh Shukla, Akhilendra Mishra and Rajendra Gupta.

The Dirty Picture to take off on April 1
Before the sequel to Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai, director Milan Luthria will start work on The Dirty Picture that is based on the life of South's sexy actress, the late Silk Smitha. Starring Vidya Balan and Naseeruddin Shah in lead roles, The Dirty Picture will go on the floors on April 1 in Mumbai. The film, which will be completed in a span of two-and-a-half months, will be shot in Chennai and Hyderabad besides Mumbai.

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