Bollywood actor Katrina Kaif and filmmaker Rohit Shetty will join Ranveer Singh for their TV show The Big Picture later this week where the trio will be seen having a lot of fun. Kaif and Shetty will be seen promoting their upcoming film on The Big Picture. Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif’s film Sooryavanshi will hit the theaters on November 5 on the occasion of Diwali and this is Rohit Shetty’s fourth film in the police world.
The promo of the upcoming episode is already trending on social media and looks fun and promising. In one of the promos, Katrina Kaif requests Rohit Shetty to do a film after Sooryavanshi with a female cop in the lead role.
Katrina Kaif then walks onto the stage with a cap worn by police officers and Ranveer Singh says, “Mere zameer mein dum hai, isliye meri zaroortein kam hai (My faith is strong and so are my needs).
Singh said, “Bajirao, aaj tak maine bahut dekhte hain tujh jaisa main aaj tak nahi dekha (Bajirao, I have seen many people but I have never met anyone like you before).”
To this, Kaif gives a befitting reply in Ranveer’s Simmba character style saying, “Bhau, je mala main nai te sangha.” (Tell me something I don’t know). Kaif’s female cop avatar and acting stunned everyone.
The caption of the promo shared by the makers read, “For the first time ever, Katrina will be seen in her Dabangg avatar on the stage of The Big Picture! A unique quiz show, 30-31 October at 8 PM only on #COLORS.”
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Earlier, Katrina had also shared a happy picture with Ranveer and Rohit from the sets of the quiz show on her Instagram story.
Talking about the film, Sooryavanshi features Akshay Kumar as DCP Veer Sooryavanshi, the head of the Anti-Terrorism Squad, while Katrina Kaif plays his love interest. The film will have Ranveer Singh as Simmba and Ajay Devgn as Singham in cameo roles.
Talking about the show, The Big Picture answers scene-based questions to the contestants to win prize money. Singh had said that the show brought with it an “exciting opportunity” on the personal front as he would get to show the audience another “skill set” – that of a host.
The actor said that he had been getting offers to appear on TV continuously over the years but “somehow, something was not working”. “Either the format wasn’t that good, felt like I’ve seen it before or I thought hosting would be too early for me. But with this show, all the stars were aligned. I couldn’t say, the format was too new and I immediately felt I had to do it.”
The episode will air on October 30 and October 31 at 8 pm on Colors TV and Voot.