Zee to air Grasim Mr. India 2004 - Menjoy!!!

MUMBAI: The tenth Grasim Mr.India, an event which saw the celebration of 'manhood', saw 31 contestants vying for the coveted Mr.India 2004 title, the male equivalent of the Femina Miss India on 13 March at a gala event in Mumbai.

Sunil Mann, from New Delhi emerged as this years Mr. India 2004, with his very crisp answers in chaste Hindi.The show will air on Zee TV, on 20 March at the 9:00 pm slot.

The show was graced with models Manpreet Brar and Rakshanda Khan as the hosts for the evening, while filmmakers Nikhil Advani and Karan Johar were co-hosts for select segments.

Surprisingly, the acts that Grasim Mr India showcased seemed to be more the highlights of the event than the contestants themselves. With Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan and Satish Sharma doing a fusion act, to Arshad Warsi delivering an energy pumped sequence from Munnabhai MBBS , Elvis Presley and Moulin Rouge followed by the world renowned "Its the time to disco" number by Saif Ali Khan, the performances made sure, not to let down the audience.

The item number performances by singer Sanobar Kabir and dancer Mumait Khan added the sensual touch to the show.

The panelists included the Hrithik Roshan, Ekta Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar, Poonam Dhillon amongst others.

The event was very well timed, exhibiting a very fancy and alluring set, draped in translucent white with the set being divided into two levels.The acts alternated between both the levels ensuring the audience were glued to it at all points of time.

Menjoy!!! it was for sure.

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