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TALENT SHOW: Actress Urmila Matondkar with choreographer Shiamak Davar at the launch of a new show `Super Star' on SaharaOne channel in the Capital on Monday. — Ramesh Sharma

New Delhi, Aug. 7

If you think you look like a Bollywood hero or can act like one, then here is your chance to live out your dreams. From next month, SaharaOne television in association with Endemol India will start a new reality programme, Super Stars. The programme will give Bollywood fans an opportunity to showcase their talents and perform like their favourite stars. The show starts with a five-city audition that starts from August 10. The participants, who have to be above 18, will be judged on the basis of their originality and similarity. The jury for the programme include film actress Urmila Matondkar and chorepgrapher Shiamak Davar.

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