Auditions will be held in Toronto this Saturday as the all-Canadian judging panel of filmmaker Richie Mehta and actors Anita Majumdar and Rupinder Nagra search for the next Bollywood Star.
Triple-threat hopefuls – all contestants should be able to sing, dance and act – are competing for a role in a Bollywood film.
Contestants should arrive at the Toronto Congress Centre for 7 a.m. pre-registration. Auditions will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. To be eligible, participants must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who’s 18 or older.
Click here for a full list of rules and registration forms.
Casting for the four-part documentary series began in Vancouver on Sept. 21.
After the Canadian contestants have been whittled down, the top six finalists will travel to Mumbai for a “Bollywood boot camp.” And after that, it will all come down to a final audition before a famed – and as yet unnamed – Bollywood director who will crown Canada’s first Bollywood star.
Bollywood Star will air on OMNI Television in spring 2014.
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