Salman uncle was the most awaited celebrity on Star Plus' musical talent hunt show, Chhote Ustaad. Last few weeks, the Chhote Ustaads have been looking forward to get a glimpse of their favourite actor Salman Khan. Their hopes turned to reality when the actor walked onto the stage unannounced as the celebrity guest for Chhote Ustad's episode on March 8. His presence and affable, down to earth nature with all the participants had everyone on the sets in surprise and absolute shock.
This Saturday episode of Amul Star Voice of India - Chhote Ustaad, will showcase the Top 4 – Anwesha, Aishwarya, Vyom and Prakriti – as they see the emotional and childlike side of Salman Khan but also find a friend in him as he tries to act as watchdog protecting them from harsh comments by the judges –Kunal Ganjawala, Pritam Chakroborthy and Shreya Ghosal.
Watch out for Salman Khan's verdict on Aishwarya Majmudar's recital of Albela sajan from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. Also watch out for some rib-tickiling humour and leg-pulling pranks as the episode brings out some fun-filled banter when Salman tells the kids to charge high fees and not get cheated by composers who give them breaks. This occurs when Pritam mentions that he is giving Aishwarya and Anwesha Dattagupta a break in the film Golmaal Returns.
As the show proceeds towards performaces, host Abhaas Joshi throws Salman an open challenge saying that the actor wouldn't dare to remove his shirt today. Abhaas does a little striptease singing "Oh Oh Jaan-e-Jaana". Seeing this, will Salman refuse to be left behind? Watch Salman Khan accepting the challenge and taking Abhaas off guard.
The controversial Khan never falls short of pulling people's leg but it's all in good humour. After listening to Anwesha and Aishwarya sing, Salman teases Shreya saying – "Aapko sunkar, aapki Didi (Shreya) dar gayi hongi". He also warns Kunal that these kids would snatch away his songs and go onto achieve greater success than him.
After the highly pulsating and intense song, dance and musical hysteria, Chhote Ustaad follows the lives of some cancer patients who come to meet Salman. After interacting with the tiny-tots and hearing stories of their suffering, Salman becomes emotional and states that, "he refuses to believe that there is a GOD". He announces a donation of Rupees Five lakh and declares that he will take care of these kids. He watched the entire second half of the show with a 4-year-old girl, baby Sahara, who is terminally ill with cancer perched on his lap.
To see this lively yet emotional episode with Salman Khan, tune into Amul Star Voice of India - Chhote Ustaad on Saturday, March 8 at 10 pm only on Star Plus.