Here's looking at the contestants who are going to set the stage on fire in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7, which begins on June 7 on ...
After Bigg Boss 7, VJ Andy will now entertain his fans with his dance moves, choreographed by Bhavini. (Photo courtesy: Twitter)
He has impressed us already with his flexible dance moves in Nach Baliye. We are sure Kiku Sharda aka Palak and his choreographer Kruti will ...
Ashish Sharma has earned a lot of praise and many a fans already. Let's see if he can continue the magic on Jhalak sets. (Photo ...
We have all witnessed his first innings; let's see Sreeshanth's second one in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa with choreographer Sneha. (Photo courtesy: Colors)
With his Sallu style of dancing, he has created quite a celeb persona for himself. Big round of applause for lil Akshat Singh and Vaishnavi, ...
Purab Kohli impressed us with his performance in his latest film Jal. Now he is ready to impress us with his dancing skills, along with ...
Talented TV actor Kritika Kamra is set to charm one all one with her dance moves in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7. (Photo courtesy: Colors)
This season Mouni Roy is ready to set the stage on fire with her vivacious looks and sexy moves, with choreographer Punit. (Photo courtesy: Colors)
Last year Mukti Mohan won the hearts of many. Will her sister Shakti continue the trend in Jhalak? Watch her dancing with choreographer Tushar. (Photo ...
Actor Madhuri Dixit Nene, who is judging dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7, feels best dancer may not win the show as contestant who strikes a chord with audience eventually emerges victorious.
"As a person I learnt lots of things (from the show) when we see the journey of so many contestants on the show, how they began and how they evolved. It is always not the best of dancers who win the show, but the contestants have to touch the hearts of the audience," Madhuri said.
Read: You won't see me dance in this season of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa: Karan Johar
The actor is judging the show for the fourth time in a row. The other judges are filmmaker Karan Johar and choreographer-director Remo D'Souza.
"Acting and dance both are my passion. In film industry acting and dancing both are important. I am very happy doing Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, it is very close to my heart. I love to see people dancing and judging them," she said.
"There are lots of new things this time like introduction of new dance forms, newer concepts. This time we are going to be stricter... Getting eight, nine and ten marks will be difficult. They (contestants) will have to work really hard to get good marks," Madhuri said.
"We also have lot of fun stuff like lie-o-meter, when one of the judges is too diplomatic we will be using that. We will be changing choreographers midway and make it more challenging for the contestants," she said.
The current seventh season of the dance show will see Ukrainian dance expert Maksim Chmerkovskiy on the jury.
"Maksim will be there for few weeks. He is well trained in Latino and that kind of dancing, so we will have an expert guy talking about the dance forms and contestants," Madhuri said.
Another change this season will be Madhuri's look. She won't be seen in her embellished saris. She would rather don a western look.
"Three seasons we have done with Indian dresses, then it starts looking repetitive so we have tried to break it up by going Indo-western this time," she said.
This season contestants include TV actors, comedian and sportsman. One of the contestants is former Indian pacer Sreesanth, who is banned for life by the BCCI for his alleged involvement in spot-fixing in IPL.
"I think we just want to see him (Sreesanth) as a dancer, see his growth. What he has done before and all that is none of our business. He is one of the contestants and we have to judge him on the basis of dance and nothing else," Madhuri said.
The show went on air from June 7 on Colors channel.