'MTV Hero Honda Roadies 4' kicks off its audition round

MUMBAI: MTV India has announced the launch of the audition for the fourth season of MTV Hero Honda Roadies, the adventure-reality show.

The auditions will be held in five cities; Mumbai (6 August), Kolkata (10 August), Chandigarh (13 August), Lucknow (16 August) and Delhi (18 August) where their wits, their guts and their attitude will be put to the test.

MTV Hero Honda Roadies Season 4 will flag off from Kovalam, 16 kms from Thiruvananthapuram on 2 August. The 13 young adventurers will begin the toughest ride of their lives working their way up through Kerala, Rajasthan, Punjab, Delhi and the North East (Meghalaya, Assam, West Bengal, Sikkim) and winding up in Gangtok. That's almost 8500 kms in 40 days on the sports bike, the Hero Honda Karizma.

This year, the reel-life veteran villain of Bollywood Gulshan Grover will come in at strategic intervals during the trip to do what he does best - make the lives of the finalists even more difficult.

Loosely based on MTV US' hit reality show Road Rules, MTV Hero Honda Roadies was launched in 2003. The show tests the mettle of a young group traveling cross country on bikes, by exposing them to grueling situations and igniting complex relationship issues. This one-of-a-kind adventure-reality show went on in subsequent seasons to evolve into a true adrenalin junkie's dream-come-true, informs an official release.

MTV Networks India VP & GM Ashish Patil says, " MTV Hero Honda Roadies Season 4 is an 8500 km long journey that delivers fame, fortune and freedom. The longest running reality series on Indian television and among the only ones that have grown in popularity, scale and viewership over previous editions, this year Roadies gets even tougher. So if you're looking for a talent hunt, please don't tune in, but if it's a power shot of unlicensed thrills you want… join the ride."

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