Bollywood actor-director Farhan Akhtar is all set to judge a TV show "I Can Do That", an Indian adaptation of American small screen series of the same name.
The Zee TV show will have 12 celebrities from different fields under one roof and will challenge them to outdo each other in a wide range of acts varying from different dance forms, magic and illusion to dare devil stunts.
The "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" star will be an integral part of the show and play the role of a friend, confidant and motivator to the contestants.
"'I Can Do That' is an aspirational show that challenges its participants to dream big, be fearless and think out of the box. These are qualities that I find admirable in people and look forward to an entertaining and viewer engaging show," Farhan, 41, said in a statement.
Earlier, the actor has hosted a talk show "Oye! It's Friday!" and judged the first season of "Nach Baliye".
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