The six finalists arrive in Mumbai, the heart of the Bollywood film industry. Mentor and judge, Anupam Sharma, reveals they will have to impress a new panel of Bollywood judges at the end of the week, who will then determine which two of the finalists will be sent home to Australia.
Pressure mounts as the top four go through to the last stage of the competition. After a final acting master class with director Nupur Asthana, and a mini-makeover, they have surprise meeting with Bollywood megastar John Abraham. In an attempt to better understand their future audience, the four finalists spend their weekend
immersed in the lives of two typical Indian families.
Surinder is married to Taani but there is a huge age gap between them. There is no real romance in the marriage. Then, a dance reality show called "Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi" airs and Taani wants to participate but can't because her husband is not hip and happening. She has a fear of losing, and she also fears that her friends will laugh at her. Surinder overhears her problem and decides to go in for a makeover. He watches some movies and learns to dance in order to woo his young wife. Throughout the show, Taani keeps falling in love to with this new-and-improved Surinder without once realizing that he's really her husband.
A defining cultural tale of modern America - a saga of race, celebrity, media, violence and the criminal justice system. This documentary revisits it all: the domestic abuse, the police investigation, the white Bronco chase and the trial of the century. Drawing upon more than 70 interviews from long-time friends and colleagues of Simpson to the recognisable protagonists of the murder investigation, to observers and commentators with distinct connections to the story, this provocative documentary is an engrossing and unforgettable look at a tantalising saga. In the turbulent 1960s, young OJ Simpson rises to fame as a football star first for the USC Trojans, then with the Buffalo Bills in the NFL and becomes one of the first black celebrities embraced by the white mainstream.