Couples’ dance show Nach Baliye to return

  • Kavita Awaasthi, Hindustan Times, Mumbai
  • Updated: Oct 16, 2012 17:13 IST

After a long gap of four years, popular dance reality show Nach Baliye is all set to return to the tube. But this time around, the show, which originally featured celebrity couples from the TV world, is going to invite duos from other fields to participate as well.

Buzz is that a variety of celebrity couples have been approached for the show. Wrestler Khali and his wife Harminder Kaur, for instance are in talks with the channel and so are tennis player Sania Mirza and cricketer husband Shoaib Malik. From the television fraternity, newly married couples Karan Singh Grover and Jennifer Winget and Shabbir Ahluwalia and Kanchi Kaul are on the tentative list. Diya Aur Baati Hum star Anas Rashid and Rati Pandey have also been considered.

While industry sources claim that Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon star Barun Sobti and wife Pashmeen Manchanda will also be putting on their dancing shoes, Barun rebuffs the rumours. “I don’t know anything about Nach Baliye right now. I have heard of these rumours too, but we haven’t been approached officially.” Barun, a self-confessed non-dancer adds, “If I get an offer, I will decide as per my schedule and comfort level. I wouldn’t really mind, but certain factors would have to be considered.” The fourth season of the show will apparently launched in December-January.

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