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Shahid Kapoor -Alia Bhatt have a ‘Shaandaar’ time on Zee TV’s ‘I Can Do That’

Mumbai: After the dhamakedar premiere, Zee TV’s entertaining reality series ‘I Can Do That’ will have temperatures soaring with the upcoming film Shaandaar’s gorgeous actress Alia Bhatt and her co-actor Shahid Kapoor setting the stage on fire as celebrity guests. The duo will have everyone in splits with their hilarious antics. Not only this, the very talented actress Alia will perform her killer moves on the latest chartbuster from her movie ‘Sham Shandaar’ along with the contestants from ‘I Can Do That’ Shibani Dandekar, Bharti Singh, Mandira Bedi, Gauhar Khan and Madhurima Tuli leaving everyone spellbound.

An evening of dance, masti and dhamaal is what viewers will witness as Shahid- Alia will be seen performing with one of the most entertaining contestant on the show, Bharti Singh. The duo will also perform with host Farhan Akhtar and also with Gurmeet and Rithivik on some popular numbers.

And that’s not all…Inspired by Alia Bhatt and Farhan Akhtar’s singing talent, Shahid Kapoor also sings and takes everyone on a roller coaster ride with the new version of the popular song “Hum Bewafa harkiz na the” with Farhan Akhtar entertaining audiences with his crooning of Junglee as background sound.

Watching the contestants go all out to perform one unique act after another, Shahid and Alia share their ‘I Can Do That’ moment saying, “We shot in UK in November at a freezing waterfall where the chill literally stabbed us like a thousand knives. While the rest of the unit members happily sipped away on garam chai and wore four layers of clothing, we actors had to shot without warm clothes. It was challenging but we did it.”