"Salman my role model while playing cop"

Last Updated: Wed, Jan 02, 2013 18:07 hrs

Mumbai, Dec 29 (IBNS) Check out the body-hugging cop clothes, the rippling biceps and triceps, the shades that hang from his belt and the unmistakable swagger - television has a hot new police inspector in Anirudh Dave, who will soon be seen opposite Suhasi Dhami in Zee TV's 'Housewife Hai ... Sab Jaanti Hai'.

The actor, who has played a number of roles on television and done a Satish Kaushik film in recent times, sure seems to have drawn a little inspiration from Dabangg's Chulbul Pandey to play his next role as the bindaas, street -smart, good natured cop in Zee TV's new 7 pm show.

Anirudh said, "The silver screen has seen some impressive police inspectors played by prominent actors over the last three decades ... But nobody can beat Salman Khan when it comes to style and swagger. The screen just lights up when he makes an entry and you can't take your eyes off him."

"For the role of Kanhaiyya in 'Housewife Hai ... Sab Jaanti Hai', Salman's portrayal of Chulbul Pandey in both the parts of Dabangg has definitely been a reference point.

"While Salman Bhai is simply inimitable, I have tried to add my own personal touch, flair and charm to the role. The show is a light-hearted drama with a lot of wit, spunk and we all have amazing lines that will stay on in the minds of the viewers. Let's hope the audience enjoys my performance!" he said.

Premiering on Zee TV on Dec 31, 'Housewife hai ... Sab Jaanti Hai' wakes viewers up to the fact that being a housewife is not just a respectable choice but a challenging job that calls for resourcefulness, creativity and tact.

In fact, the show captures how housewives can teach even the world's biggest CEOs the art of multi-tasking.

Set in Allahabad, the show features Suhasi Dhami's character Sona, a journalist who consciously decides to leave her job and be a housewife on getting married.

The show will explore how she applies her intelligence to being a smart housewife, plays her cards well and sets an otherwise dysfunctional family back on track.

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