Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Reloaded will be bringing in a number of new features as it will be the first week we get to see the wild card entries dancing prowess. Based on using day to day items usually found in a normal everyday space, the contestants will be using those items as props for their dance acts! Titled, ‘Tu cheez badi hai mast mast’, the contestants will shine with their creative side brought forth. A Dance Marathon’ will also be welcomed on the show to see who has the most stamina to stay on the Jhalak dance floor for the longest.
Mohit Malik who in the last episode faced a major setback as he forgot a part of his act in the beginning will definitely bounce back with the use of a sofa which will be integrated into the performance. However, Mohit Malik’s choreographer Marishcka faced an injury due to which Bhawna who was previously partnered with Vivian Dsena will perform with the TV star. With a chance to prove himself, Mohit Malik ’ will definitely bring back his A- game as he will not only stun the audience but the judges as well to earn good reviews that will gain him the immunity ball as well!
Faisal Khan too who has consistently remained one of the contestants to watch as he danced on ‘Ma Teri Chunariya’ with a simple prop of a chunni which will garner a sure standing ovation from the judges. The performance by Faisal Khan will gain the anticipated title of ‘Performer of the Week’. The three new wild card entries also will have a lot of prove on the tenth week of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. Anita Hassanandani, Roopal Tyagi and Neha Marda will be having their game faces on with even family to cheer them on as Anita’s mother in law to cheer her on.Not only does Shamita Shetty win the dance marathon but also beat Dance guru Lauren Gottelib’s record last year of 4 mins 40 seconds to a staggering 5 mins and 25 seconds!
The race for the title of ‘Celebrities’ Best Dancer’ continues to gain speed and will have far more remarkable moments to catch over the next few weeks. Catch Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa everyand Sunday at only on COLORS