NACH BALIYE: IS this the FIRST FIGHT of the show?
Fights are part of every reality shows but this fight happened quite early. According to the various media reports, popular couple Abigail Pande and Sanam Johar had a little fight on the sets.
It is being said “Abigail has a phobia of heights and while performing an aerial dance, she was visibly having a tough time. She wanted to stop the act and take a break and even requested the choreographers to modify the steps but Sanam stood on his ground. Not being able to take it anymore, an upset Abigail dashed out of the room in anger.”
However, when India Forums contacted Abigail, she said “I have no idea how do these stories just pop up. It is true that I was skeptical about doing a move and I always remember that I have to match up to Sanam's dancing prowess. However, after not being able to do it after repeated attempts, I started crying. Sanam, infact was my support system throughout the whole process and consoled me."
Thank God everything is fine now!
Show will have popular TV jodis 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 and Utkarsha Naik-Manoj Verma.
Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha, Terence Lewis and Mohit Suri will judge the show and TV actor Karan Tacker will host it.
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