Nach Baliye 9: TV actor Vishal Aditya Singh shoots for the promo with ex girlfriend Madhurima Tuli
Nach Baliye 9 is being produced by Salman Khan who recently confirmed the some of the ex-couples will be shaking leg together on show!
Nach Baliye 9 is being produced by Salman Khan who recently confirmed the some of the ex-couples will be shaking leg together as makers have introduced a unique concept of bringing exes together on the show.
It was yesterday when we reported that TV actress Urvashi Dholakia and ex-boyfriend Anuj Sachdeva shot for their promo video. The former lovers Urvashi and Anuj shot for the show's promo on 9th June as exes and guess what another ex couple is onboard for the show and have reportedly shot for their promo as well!
We are talking about Ekta Kapoor's Chandrakanta fame Madhurima Tuli and Vishal Aditya Singh
Vishal and Madhurima on the sets of the show Chandrakanta
The ex-lovers shot for the promo of Nach Baliye 9 at Mehboob Studios in Bandra on Tuesday(June 11, 2019).
For the uninitiated, Vishal and Madhurima met on the sets of the show Chandrakanta. After dating for a brief period, the couple parted ways and have been amicable since then.
Now that these friendly exes of TV are shooting for Nach Baliye 9 promo, it has definitely left us excited for the show.
Nach Baliye 9 will feature 5 former couples and 5 couples who are currently dating or are married.
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