Scared of Remo D'souza: Rohit Roy
New Delhi: TV star Rohit Roy, the wild card entrant in 'Jhalak Dikhla Jaa', hopes to please Remo D'souza as he believes the choreographer is hard to impress.
The sixth season of the talent hunt is being judged by dancing diva Madhuri Dixit, filmmaker Karan Johar and D'souza.
"Remo is a very old friend of mine, but I'm scared of him as he is the toughest one to please on the show," Rohit told PTI.
Rohit and D'Souza had worked together in many films including 'Kaante', 'Just Married', 'Delhi Heights' and 'Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena'.
Rohit, 44, will be entering 'Jhalak Dikhla Jaa' next week.
The actor would be performing a free-style dance on his first day and is excited to be on the show.
"I love dancing. Usually, all my friends say I'm the life of every party, but that kind of dancing is different from the one we do on the show. In my first performance, I will perform free style, incorporating different styles of dancing," he said.
The 'Shootout at Lokhandwala' actor had hosted two seasons of the show but feels that the experience as a contestant is completely different.
"This experience is completely different. Being a host is absolute fun, you do some impromptu, have fun with the judges and go home. As a contestant I need to be pitch perfect and I'm giving my best. But I am having fun," he said.
Rohit even wishes to impress Madhuri with his dance.
"Like every one else, I also love Madhuri. There is a little surprise which I have planned for her, I hope she likes it. I hope she likes the way I dance," said Rohit, who is a fan of the show.
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