Very hard to manage two shows: Kanika Maheshwari
Mumbai: Kanika Maheshwari, who is married to businessman Ankur Ghai, is having a tough time managing between the schedules of 'Nach Baliye 6' and 'Diya aur Baati Hum'.
"Reality shows are real and we have to prepare our act in five days. It is very tough; I shoot 'Diya aur Baati Hum' also. So for me to give 12 hours to that, then the performance and also give time to him (husband Ankur Ghai) is making things really tough," Kanika said in an interview.
Apart from a tough hectic schedule, Kanika find all other pairs on the reality show very inspiring.
"There are a lot of jodis like Gurmeet-Debina (Gurmeet Choudhary-Debina Bonnerjee), Rakesh-Riddhi (Rakesh Bapat-Riddhi Dogra), and Raju-Shikha (Raju Srivastava-Shikha Srivastava) who are very inspiring. Some of them are dancers but some are non-dancers," Ankur said.
However, for Kanika, Vinod (Thakur) and Raksha are the most inspiring of them all.
"For me, Vinod and Raksha are very inspiring. That man is handicapped and to see him perform gives me inspiration that if he can then I can do a lot more," Kanika said.
'Nach Baliye 6' is a dance reality show featuring real life celebrity couples. Director Sajid Khan, choreographer Terence Lewis and actress Shilpa Shetty are the judges of the show.
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