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(From The Times of India)
Ajay Devgan says dancing on stage is best left to nautch girls. Superstars in the league of even Amitabh Bachchan think otherwise. It was the original angry young man who first gave a certain respectability to the biennial custom of world tours with his 1991 'Jumma Chumma' concert in London. Now, every alternate summer, Bollywood's marketable stars take a month off to shake a leg and move to the homesick NRI, packing in twenty-two cities in thirty days flat, across the UK, US and Canada. The perks, it seems, are many.
Last September, Shah Rukh Khan's Temptations World Tour netted him at least fifteen crore rupees. Little wonder then that he pampers his concert colleagues with a personal Mercedes when abroad and even surprises them with exorbitant gifts. His fellow performers love him. Who wouldn't? Apparently on the flight to one …