DOUBLE EVICTION! Urvashi Dholakia-Anuj Sachdeva & Sourabh Raaj Jain-Ridhima Jain Eliminated From 'Nach Baliye 9'!
After no eviction last week, two 'Nach Baliye 9' jodis bid goodbye to the Star Plus reality show this week.
According to latest reports, another wild-card jodi will bid goodbye to 'Nach Baliye 9' this week. Yes, Urvashi Dholakia & ex boyfriend Anuj Sachdeva will get eliminated this week. Whereas, the other evicted jodi is Sourabh Raj Jain and wife Ridhima Jain.
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The news will surely make their fans sad as both the couples have proved their mettle as dancers several times on 'Nach Baliye 9' with their performances.
While Sourabh-Ridhima had a smooth journey in 'Nach Baliye 9' since beginning, Urvashi-Anuj's journey was full of ups and downs. Urvashi-Anuj was the fourth evicted couple after Keith-Rochelle, Vindu-Dina and Babita-Vivek, however the duo re-entered the show as a wild-card jodi. However, 'Uruj' has again bid goodbye to the show now.
On a related note, the concept of ex as well as current couples initially worked well for the makers as 'Nach Baliye 9' however the reality show is facing slight dip in the TRP ratings since last few weeks. However, the show is still fetching decent numbers and viewers are also loving Maniesh Paul's hosting.
Keep watching this space for more updates!
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