The celebrity dance reality show, Nach Baliye 9 has been hitting the headlines for all the right reasons. Right from its contestants, including both couples and ex-couples, to some of the most entertaining twists and turns; the makers are surely giving the viewers the content they want. Recently, Sushant Singh Rajput, who appeared on the show to promote his upcoming film Chhichhore, was left impressed by Shantanu Maheshwari and Nityaami Shirke’s dance performance, so much so, that he even gave a standing ovation to the couple.
A source close to the makers said, "While watching Shantanu and Nityaami perform on stage, Sushant Singh Rajput was thoroughly enjoying their act. In fact, he even gave them a standing ovation, along with the other contestants and celebrity guests. Sushant though was very impressed with Shantanu's dance moves and even told the lad how he loved his effortless way of dancing. Sushant also told Shantanu that he is now a big fan of him, as well as his dynamic dancing.” The PK actor also revealed that he is aware of Shantanu’s performances on international platforms like World Dance 2 and America’s Got Talent. Well, Sushant himself is a trained dancer and appreciating someone else’s talent was indeed a sweet gesture by the actor’s side.
Meanwhile, SpotboyE.com had earlier reported that ex-flames Madhurima Tuli and Vishal Aditya Singh are next contestants to get eliminated from the show. In an exclusive chat with us, Mrs Tuli, mother of Madhurima, was asked to react on the same. “You know what? While I understand that there are other jodis in the show who are dancing better than Madhurima and Vishal, I just feel that if the media would have reported Vishal and her fights lesser, the two might have lasted longer in the game. The bad press must have played on their minds. But then you never know, if they hadn't quarrelled they might not have performed with so much josh,” said Mrs Tuli.
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