Girls win 'Zara Nachke Dikha'
The boy’s team (Tez Talwar) was unhappy with the judge’s decision in 'Zara Nachke Dikha' right from the beginning. The end too has left a bitter taste for them.
A well placed source from the production house informed, “The girl’s team (Meethi Churi) has won 'Zara Nachke Dikha'. There was a big drama that unfolded in the grand finale. In the face- off round, Ashita Dhawan and Bakhtyaar Irani come to perform. The judges, Malaika Arora Khan, Chunky Pandey and Saroj Khan, decide to send Bakhtyaar to the penalty bench. Upset with the decision of the judges, Bakhtyaar walks off from the stage. His team mates follow him. In the next and last round called the 'jhoom barabar jhoom' round, the boys came on the dance floor but they only clapped, banged their feet and moved around without dancing, to express their anguish at the judgements made.”
The source further added, “The boys reacted in this way because they felt that the judges were biased, the result was rigged and they will not win even if they give their best performance. The judges got upset with this behaviour. Malaika Arora Khan told the boys that they have wasted the judge’s time and that they didn’t have the guts to compete. Mouni Roy won the best dancer of the series title and the prize money of Rs. 1 lakh.”
When approached, a few of the members from the boy’s team refused to comment. A member from the boy’s team who does not wish to be named, said, “Maybe it all happened in a rush of emotions. Our best players were coming to perform and they were doing so well. Yet we were losing. There must be a reason to it.”
Judge Saroj Khan said, “All I want to say is that if there is just one judge, he/she may get influenced but if there are three judges they can’t get influenced by anything or any one. There was no scope for cheating. The boys are stupid and budtameez (manner less), especially Bakhtyaar.”
The grand finale will air on 28th September.
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