This summer the hottest buzz in tinsel town is that our very own super cool daredevil, Akshay Kumar has once again turned singer for the latest series of India’s deadliest adventure show ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi Torchar’, expected to go on air in June 2011. Akshay Kumar through his sturdy voice is all set to be the harbinger of the Khatron Ke Khiladi Torchar, which is bound to raise the tension and anxiety of viewers across the globe.
Akshay Kumar has lent his voice earlier to Shabad Nirgun Raakh Liya, Khatta Meetha, Chandni Chwok to China with Canadian rap artist Bohemia and the title track for the blockbuster film Singh Is Kinng with Snoop Dogg.
Khatron Ke Khiladi Torchar is the pulse riveting Indian version of the internationally hit show Fear Factor shown on Colors TV. The show involves a true test of grit and stamina, along with a spurt of ultimate adrenaline rush to overcome the various deadly tasks set out for the contestants.
Akshay Kumar will be seen making 13 gorgeous Indian Beauties dance to his tunes and push them outside their comfort zone witnessing their greatest fears becoming a reality, in the fourth series of action packed Khatron Ke Khiladi Torchar, being shot in South Africa. Akshay Kumar lives up to his reputation as a ‘Khiladi Kumar’ demonstrating his nonchalant attitude by fearlessly sunbathing with a deadly Scorpion during the shooting for Khatron Ke Khiladi Torchar.
This year’s celebrity participants include former Indian women’s cricket captain Anjum Chopra, models Diandra Soares, Alesia Raut and Poonam Pandey, actress Aarti Chabria, Smita Bansal and Aashka Goradia, item girls Sambhavana Seth and Kashmera Shah, two VJs- Bani & Mia Uyeda, singer Mauli Dave and Dina Singh who is actor Vindu Dara Singh’s wife. Also for this season, each female celebrity participant will be teamed up with male partners.
Apart from winning a host of prizes, the winner will win the exclusive opportunity to feature with the Thums Up brand ambassador and the most popular youth icon Akshay Kumar in Thumbs Up new commercial campaign.