NACH BALIYE: If given option of changing partner I would choose Bharti Singh, says Sanam Johar
In the last episode of the show, Pritam Singh and Amanjot got the highest scores and Sanaya Irani and Mohit Sehgal scored the lowest. With this week, eliminations will start and one of the TV couple will be out of the show.
All of the TV jodis are adorable and lovely but the youngest couple Abigail Pande and Sanam Johar are the cutest. In a conversation with Spotboy, Sanam revealed that if given option of changing your dancing partner on the show, he would choose laughter queen Bharti Singh out of all. He said “She is a wonderful performer. Woh atrangi type ki hain so it will be something new.”
On the other hand Abigail said that she would choose Manoj Verma as she has worked with him before and is fond of him.
Well, this is quite interesting! Let’s see if in the upcoming episodes, such kind of theme will be introduced or not.
Show is having popular TV jodis like, like Divyanka Tripathi-Vivek Dahiya, Sanaya Irani-Mohit Sehgal, Bharti Singh-Harsh Limbachiyaa, Dipika-Shoaib Ibrahim, Pritam Singh-Amanjot, Abigail Pande-Sanam Johar, Monalisa Antra-Vikrant Rajpoot, Utkarsha Naik-Manoj Verma and Sidharth Jadav-Trupti.
Star Pus dance reality show is being judged by Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha, Terence Lewis and Mohit Suri and TV actor Karan Tacker and Upasna Singh are the host of the show.
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