Hong Kong, Sep 16 (IANS) Capturing the picturesque beauty and adventure of Hong Kong, the season four of “Life Mein Ek Baar” is sure to thrill the small screen viewers especially if one goes by the fun that its star cast Karan Kundra, Sana Saeed, Natalie Di Luccio and Himarsha Venkatsamy had while shooting the show in the Asia’s World City.
After three successful seasons, lifestyle and travel channel FOX Life has rolled out the next season of its series “Life Mein Ek Baar” here.
The show brings together Sana, Karan, Natalie and Himarsha who discover the adventurous side of life in Hong Kong. From playing a game of Rugby with the locals to taking Tai Chi class to Dragon boat racing, the show will present fresh and exhilarating journey of these celebrities during their stay in the city.
The show will see stars pushing each other out of their comfort zones, tackling their fears head on and taking a big bite out of life.
Sharing his experience of attempting some of the daredevil activities and doing things that he can’t do otherwise, Karan says the show gave him the chance to discover himself.
“The show made us think how strong we can be. There was a lot of adrenaline in my life as a person and as an artist while doing some of the activities. As a person, I am very shy and I can’t go and talk to everyone. So, this was certainly a ‘Life Mein Ek Baar’ moment for me,” he told IANS.
Even the “Student Of The Year” actress Sana enjoyed every bit of it.
“I never did adventure sports so, it was a nice experience for me to be in Hong Kong. This is my first time here and I loved the warmth that was showered on us. I learnt a lot about myself. I just felt pure happiness in attempting something new,” she said.
For Natalie, who has worked with the music maestro A.R. Rahman, doing bungee jumping was like a true thrill for her.
“I always loved roller coaster in my life. Bungee Jumping was one such moment that I will call as ‘Life Mein Ek Baar’ experience. When I was standing at the edge of the tallest tower in the world for bungee jumping… that was probably the most terrifying moment of my life. But when I did it, it was a happy and liberating moment for me,” said Natalie.
Model-turned-actress Himarsha found that being in Honk Kong was like a “social process”.
“I wanted to say something on some of the situations and this show gave me a platform and voice to do something and speak out for something. I spoke about women’s rights. I wanted to speak out that the definition of beauty goes beyond complexion,” said Himarsha.
She also added that people in Hong Kong were very warm and that she had a great experience shooting in the city.
“There was not even one moment when I felt that I was put down,” she said.
The show will premiere on October 20.
(The writer’s trip is at the invitation of Hong Kong Tourism Board and FOX Life. Nivedita can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org)