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We are back with another look at what happened on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa! This week’s show opened with the international judge Maksim Chmerkovskiy dancing to the song ‘Criminal’ from Ra One. The audience really loved his performance, as it was the first time Maksim had danced solo on the show.
Host Ranvir, then tricked the contestants into a “pass the parcel” game, by throwing them a mirror ball and saying that whoever caught the ball, would go directly into the face-off. But judge Karan Johar used his “jhoothameter” and said that Ranvir was fooling around, the mirror ball would say who was safe from the eliminations.
This week’s theme was Made in India which meant the contestants would be performing on dance styles that originated from India.
Actor Ashish Sharma & his choreographer Shampa were the first to perform. They danced on the song ‘Har Kisi Ko Nahin Milta’ from the film Boss. »
- Jem Raj
In the industry for over three decades and a veteran of close to 100 films, Sunny Deol has at times been tagged as moody by the makers. This is what the team of ‘Dishkiyaoon’ too feared when the actor was roped in for an all important part of ‘Lakwa’ in the film. As it turned out though, all fears were unfounded once the actor was required to be on the sets.
Says first time director Sanamjit Talwar, “Yes, I had heard that he is moody and that he comes on sets based on how he feels on a particular day. However I didn’t see any of that on my film. For a 12 hours grueling shoot of 7 Am in the morning till 7 Pm in the evening, he would be on the sets at 6:30 Am itself.”
- Joginder Tuteja
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