Vrajesh Hirjee juggling between TV, Bollywood, theatre (TV Snippets)

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Mumbai, Jan 5 (IANS) Actor-comedian Vrajesh Hirjee is a multi-tasker! Presently seen in TV show “Private Investigator”, the actor is managing his theatre and Bollywood commitments along with the investigative show.

Instead of getting cramped with busy schedules, Vrajesh is managing all the three mediums with ease, said a source.
“Despite commitments, Vrajesh does not let the shoot of ‘Private Investigator’ hamper due to his unavailability. He is very professional and has been extremely co-operative with the production house.
“Though he keeps travelling for his projects, he is usually on time for the shoot and even helps out Mrinal (Dutt) with his scenes. Such a commitment from an actor today is quite rare,” the source added.
Vrajesh is shooting for a movie “Gun Pe Done” featuring Jimmy Shergill. He is also busy with his play “Chinese Coffee.”
In Star Plus’s “Private Investigator”, the actor plays Adhekam Tiwari.
Time slot change for ‘…Veera’?
Television show “Ek Veer Ki Ardaas… Veera” may have got a breather from getting axed, but the show’s time slot will reportedly change soon.
It was rumoured that the Star Plus show will end in December 2014, but it got an extension of six to eight months.
“The channel heads may have given extension to the show, but there will be a slot change for the show. The makers are not sure which slot the show will get (may be late prime time or early prime time),” said a source.
The show, which revolves around a special bond between brother and sister, is aired at 10:30 pm. But there is no word on the new time slot.
The show features Sneha Wagh, Shivin Narang and Digangana Suryavanshi.
It’s retro time in ‘Badi Dooooor Se Aaye Hain’

The New Year is about taking a step ahead in life, but alien comedy series “Badi Dooooor Se Aaye Hai” will go back to 1960 for some delayed New Year celebrations.
In a forthcoming track, Sunshine colony members will welcome New Year in 1960s style. The members of the colony are also anticipating an exhilarating performance from Lisa and Ronnie D’Souza, played by Tanaaz and Bakhtiyaar Irani.
Another couple who will perform is Vasant and Varsha Ghotala, played by Sumeet Raghavan and Rupali Bhosale.

“It was a lot fun to spend New Year’s on the sets of ‘Badi Dooooor Se Ayae Hai’ as we were all dressed in 1960s theme which was really beautiful and unique. We all shared a lot of laughs amongst each other and clicked tons of photos and selfies,” Sumeet said in a statement.
The SAB TV show narrates a comical tale of an alien family which is struggling to settle with humans on Earth while learning the intricacies of human nature and behaviour.

Last modified: January 5, 2015