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MTV 'Hero Honda Roadies 4' to kick off on 11 November

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MUMBAI: MTV Hero Honda Roadies 4 is all set to kick off on 11 November at 7 pm. The final 13 MTV Hero Honda Roadies will come together accompanied by host, MTV VJ Rannvijay.

Each episode will feature the experiences of the final 13 Roadies travelling across almost 8500 kms of sun, snow, rain and physical and mental stress, while complex challenges are thrown at them from every direction. With unexpected turns, twists and vote-outs at every stage, this season promises to be edgier and exhilarating, asserts an official release.

Traversing the country on seven Hero Honda Karizmas, under challenging conditions with limited budgets and virtual isolation from their friends and family, the adventurers will undertake various tasks that test their endurance, energy and patience as they learn about India's disparate environs and people.

After getting through auditions held in Delhi, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Kolkata and Mumbai, seven guys and six girls have been chosen who had a penchant for adventure, and with distinctive personalities that set them apart.

Each episode will have one Roadie voted out. With reel-life villain of Bollywood Gulshan Grover coming in at strategic intervals to make matters worse, backstabbing, flirtations, love affairs, lifelong friendships and betrayals... they're all in a day's journey for these young adventurers.

Viewers will get to see every movement and reaction. The one Roadie who makes it to Gantok will win a cash prize of up to Rs. 5,00,000, adds the release.

This years final 13 Roadies are:

- KOLKATA:

Raj Roy, 21 years old. He is a budding model and into body building, modelling and biking with an ability to switch personalities.

Poonam Thacker, 19 years old. She has an adventure-loving spirit and bonds well with her buddies on the journey.

Anthony Yeh, 20 years old. He's a shy guy but has a naughty side to him because he loves to play pranks on his friends.

- MUMBAI:

Rishabh Dhir, 20 years old. A laidback, he likes playing his guitar and prides himself on his patience.

- DELHI:

Swati Ahuja, 18 years old. A positive thinker, while she lives in the present, she keeps one eye on the future thanks to her intuitive nature.

Shaleen Malhotra, 18 years old. He is true biker at heart. A tough guy he adamantly believes he can never be wrong.

Sonam Gupta, 20 yeasr old. She is a simple girl who wants her loved ones to be proud of her and believes in her friends.

Roopali Anand, 20 years old. She describes herself as intelligent and beautiful, a naughty girl at heart, she loves instigating people till she touches a nerve.

Ankit Mohan, 19 years old. He is a self-described hot and handsome hunk and aims for the spotlight.

- CHANDIGARH:

Amandeep Narang's (aka Oorja), 20 years old. Though she has ordinary hobbies like DJing and dancing, but she takes weirdness to the extreme with her habit of calling spirits which has helped her in contacting people close to her.

Gurbani (aka Bani) Judge, 18 years old. She is profound to the point of being ridiculous but not mild-mannered. Her ambition in life is to make a ton of money so that she can buy her mom a little beach house.

Vishal Karwal, 21 years old. He is a straightforward guy whi claims that he can never backbite and hates people who do.

Sahil Anand, 21 years old. An engineering student, he loves partying and counts on his smile to charm everyone.

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