Dance Plus Season 6 And Nach Baliye 10 To Launch In August?

According to the latest reports, Remo D’Souza’s Dance + season 6 and Nach Baliye 10 are set to launch in the month of August

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Dance Plus Season 6 And Nach Baliye 10 To Launch In August?
If daily soaps entertain you during the weekdays, it is the reality shows that entertain you during weekends. Some shows like Dance Deewane, Indian Idol 12, India’s Best Dancer and many more have already found a place in the viewers’ heart. While Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 shooting has been kickstarted and it will soon be telecasted. However, if the latest reports are to be believed then Remo D’Souza’s Dance + season 6 and Nach Baliye 10 will come to TV screens in August. According to a report in TellyChakkar, Nach Baliye and Dance Plus would launch sometime around the month of August. 

Nach Baliye has always piqued everyone’s interest as they bring real-life couples in the show, be it married or even the ones who are dating. It is reported that couples like Gauahar Khan-Zaid Darbar, Rupali Ganguly-Ashwin Verma, Deepika Singh- Rohit Raj Goyal, newlyweds Aditya Narayan-Shweta Agarwal and Megha Chakraborty with her partner are expected to entertain the viewers with their dance performances. The makers of the show even approached Nishant Malkhani Singh and Kanika Mann for Nach Baliye 10. A source close to the show confirmed to SpotboyE.com, "Nishant and Kanika are in talks with the makers for participating in the dance reality show. However, things are not yet finalised.”

Speaking of Dance +, the show is judged by Remo after captains Dharmesh Yelande, Shakti Mohan, Punit Pathak bring some diverse and ultimate dancers on stage. The dancers performed solo acts, in duos or in groups, showcasing some unique dance forms in order to win a grand prize. The show is hosted by Raghav Juyal. 


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