Not 'Nach Baliye 9,' Kareena to judge 'Dance India Dance'?Last updated on Apr 05, 2019, 06:52 pm
Kareena Kapoor Khan, after impressing all with her acting in Jab We Met, Heroine etc., is all set to make her debut on the small screen.
According to media reports, Bebo will be seen judging Dance India Dance, a popular dance-based reality show.
The media reports further suggested that the Aitraaz actress has charged a gigantic amount for her television appearance.
"Kareena is keen on being part of the show"
Apparently, it's been a while since the DID makers approached Kareena for the show. "We're in talks with Kareena and she is keen on being part of the show. We are hoping for the deal to materialize soon," a source close to the makers said.
Kareena to become highest paid actress on TV?
Reportedly, Kareena will be seen judging Dance India Dance along with choreographer Bosco Martis, who has already finalized the deal with the channel.
For her appearance, Bebo is charging a whopping amount, according to a Pinkvilla report.
Although the amount hasn't been revealed, the report claimed that with this deal, Kareena is ought to become the highest paid actress on Indian television.
Earlier, Kareena was approached for 'Nach Baliye 9'
Amid this, there were speculations that Kareena would be judging Nach Baliye 9.
The buzz was that Bebo would be sharing the judging panel with ex-beau Shahid Kapoor and his wife Mira Rajput.
These reports certainly got their fans excited, as it would have been the first time of Kareena sharing the screen space with Mira.
However, things did not work out, naturally.
Meanwhile, Kareena has three projects lined up for 2019
Currently, Kareena is busy shooting for her upcoming movie Good News with Akshay Kumar, Diljit Dosanjh and Kiara Advani.
The 38-year-old has also been roped in for Irrfan Khan-starrer Angrezi Medium, which started shooting today.
Reportedly, Kareena will join the team in the London schedule.
This isn't all. Bebo will also be shooting for Karan Johar's upcoming historical drama Takht by the year-end.