Actress Madhurima Tuli slapped her co-dancer and ex-boyfriend Vishal Aditya Singh during a rehearsal. The ex-couple have been in the limelight for all the wrong reasons, since the start of the ninth season. Apparently both of them had a nasty fight during rehearsal, in a fit of rage the actress pushed and slapped him badly.
While the reason for the massive brawl is still not known, both of them reportedly were squabbling verbally. After some time she walked into a corner, he went behind her and suddenly she slapped him in front of their whole choreography team.
This so far is one of the most scandalous moments of their Nach Baliye 9 journey. While the dramas on reality shows are often scripted, this one from behind the camera scenes is a shocking one. The couple though estranged, they are known for their on-stage chemistry and power-packed performances. They were recently in the bottom two for last two weeks along with other ex-couple Urvashi Dholakia-Anuj Sachdeva, luckily Tuli & Singh were saved from elimination and the latter had to say goodbye to the show.
As quoted by Bollywoodlife.com an onlooker present on the location said, “"The two started fighting in between the rehearsals and soon the verbal spat became a physical assault". The entire fiasco turned worse when Madhurima stormed into a corner and slapped him. While talking in an exclusive interview with Bollywoodlife.com, Vishal Aditya Singh said, “The fight did happen. And I did not hide it because the more you hide things, it gets nastier."
With their intensified differences their future on the show seems bleak; let’s see whether they live upto their standard of keeping their differences aside and giving their best performance or this brawl gets worse. Only time will tell, meanwhile keep watching Nach Baliye 9 this weekend at 8PM on Star Plus.
Image Source: Instagram/Vishal Aditya Singh
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