Shilpa Saklani, Lara Dutta, Sanjay Kapoor, Anoop Soni & Amrita Arora feature Heartbeat, starting 31 July

Mumbai, July 31 to August 3, 2006: The adventure & thrill continues on HEART BEAT… Dil Thhaam Ke Khelo… as this week’s episodes that will air from Monday, July 31 to August 3, 2006 will see talented actresses –Shilpa Saklani (July 31), the gorgeous Lara Dutta (August1), bubbly Amrita Arora (August 3) along with Sanjay Kapoor (August 2) and tele actor Anoop Soni (August 3) fight with their racing heartbeats while trying to find answers to the mind-boggling questions on the show!

Heart Beat - Dil Thhaam ke Khelo does not ask the contestant to compete against a ticking timer, but his or her own heart beat. The calmer the player is, the easier it is to win. Imagine yourself isolated in a sealed booth…No audience, no host and not a soul in sight! However, there is help in the room - a reclining chair, a food and beverage bar, plasma screens, a music player with a song list, a soothing water fountain and a fishbowl.

Will Lara Dutta show some ‘jaadoo’ on the show? Will bubbly actress Amrita Arora race successfully against her Heartbeats? Will Sanjay Kapoor and Anoop Soni fare better than the female brigade? Tune-in to Heart Beat on Star One every Monday to Thursday at 9.30 p.m. & play this game with your favourite celebrities!

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