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Old 01-11-2010, 03:08 PM
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Default Lesser-known Irene will do a thumka in Jeet Jayenge Hum; replaces Rakhi




In an attempt to lure viewers, Sony TV tried to rope in Rakhi Sawant to do an item-number in Jeet Jayenge Hum, based on the concept of child-labour. But now we hear that Sawant is no longer performing in the show and stepping in her shoes is lesser- known Irene Sutari, who also happens to be a choreographer by profession.


Informs a source from the show, "Yadav has kept an item number in honour of the inspector who has come to inspect the factory. Yadav offers Suman to the guest inspector but before that he wants him to enjoy the dance performance.



On the other hand, Suman who comes to know about Yadav's hideous plans tries to escape and to her rescue comes Prabhakar. What Yadav doesn't know is that the item diva is actually Prabhakar's ally,



who will distract Yadav thus helping the two from exiting the factory."
When asked if Rakhi Sawant was indeed approached to do an item number in the show, our source says, "Yes, she was but then the channel authorities decided to go ahead with a lesser-known face."


Naman Shaw who plays Prabhakar says, "There is a sequence where we will have an item number and I heard that Rakhi Sawant or Sambhavana Seth was supposed to do it but now they have roped in somebody else to
perform."


When contacted, Manoj, Rakhi Sawant's manager, he said, "No, we haven't been approached for any item number."


Both producer Benaifer Kohli and Sony's marketing head, Danish Khan, didn't revert to our text message. We also sent a text message to Ajit Thakur, Business Head Sony Entertainment Television, but he too didn't revert.

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