'Nach Baliye 6' about passion, not vulgarity: Shilpa
Mumbai: Shilpa Shetty, who will again judge 'Nach Baliye 6', clarifies that the new season is about romance and passion and has no vulgar content.
"You are misunderstanding the whole concept. When we talk about passion, it does not mean vulgar. Passion is a part of every marriage, every relationship and romance. If you remove romance, there is no fun," the 38-year-old said at the launch of the show's new season.
'Nach Baliye 6' promises dance infused with a lot of romance and passion.
Her co-judge-director Sajid Khan says that the contestants will be judged on the basis of their dance skills and not just passion.
"There will be romance through dance, they will be marked on the basis of their dance, the audiences will vote looking at their dance. It's not Valentine's Day special. Romance is a theme, but it is a dance show," Sajid said.
Choreographer Terence Lewis is the third judge on the show.
The celebrity couples participating in the new season are - Gurmeet Chaudhary-Debina Bannerjee, Kanika Maheshwari-Ankur Ghai, Amrapali Gupta-Yash Sinha, Raju Srivastav-Shikha, Kiku Sharda-Priyanka, Ripudaman Handa-Shivangi, Ridhi Dogra-Raqesh Bapat, Lata Sabharwal-Sanjeev Seth, Rithvik Dhanjani-Asha Negi, Bruna Abdullah-Omar Farooque and Vinod Thakur-Raksha.
'Nach Baliye 6' will go on air November 9 on Star Plus.
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