Confident Dino Morea says I can do that

DECCAN CHRONICLE | LIPIKA VARMA
Published Oct 5, 2015, 4:45 am IST
Updated Mar 27, 2019, 2:44 pm IST
The model-turned-actor is back on screen after a brief hiatus with an adventure reality show
The model-turned-actor is back on screen after a brief hiatus with an adventure reality show
 The model-turned-actor is back on screen after a brief hiatus with an adventure reality show

Model-turned-actor Dino Morea is gearing up for a powerful comeback on a Zee reality show I Can Do That.

The handsome entrepreneur and restaurateur is pretty excited about his new innings, which he incidentally chose after he allegedly refused an offer from the Bigg Boss. But Dino rubbishes the rumours.

“Yes! I do get offers from some people every year, but not from Salman Khan for BB. I am not keen for a BB-kind of reality show.

Salman, being my friend, is aware of it and, therefore, he has never asked me to be in BB. I chose I Can Do That merely because I like the unique, fun-filled and sporty concept.”

Ask him about the rumours of his wedding, he responds by showing his fingers of both his hands. “Look I am not married even once though I want to be. I’m not getting younger anyway. I believe in the institution of marriage, but I need to come across someone suitable,” he laughs.

When reminded of his former girlfriend Bipasha Basu and their reported affair during the Raaz days, he smiles: “Those were beautiful days. We had great bonding and good chemistry. Working with her was fun of course.”

So, will there be his yet another pairing up with Bips?

“Whatever happened belongs to the past. We are still good friends. And yes, if someone comes with a good offer for me and Bipasha, I will surely work with her.”

Though he has had a dull time on screen, Dino has much more on his platter. His fitness studios and the iBhakti website are doing good business. The DM Fitness Studio in Mumbai has gained much popularity and he plans to open about 200 more centres in the city.

Through iBhakti, people can order prasad and view their offerings made to the idol via online artists.

On the allegations that the iBhakti had cheated devotees of Baba Vishwanath at Kashi, he says, “During the launch, the temple trustees had felt they did not get their dues, but now, everything has been sorted out. I have signed an agreement and have got every paper in place.”

He also disclosed expansion plans of the website down the South belt.

“We are trying for a tie-up with temples in Tirupathi and Kerala.” he reveals.
 

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