Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10: Rubina Dilaik pays tribute to her Himachali roots with Karan Johar, Madhuri Dixit, Rashmika Mandanna
Rubina is one of the top contender of Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa 10. She also got a surprise from a group of eunuchs who came to bless her this week.
In the upcoming episode of Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa 10, the contestants are set to pay tribute to their regional culture. The show makers have dropped the first promo that showed Rubina Dilaik making judges Madhuri Dixit , Karan Johar , Nora Fatehi, and special guest Rashmika Mandanna perform Himachal’s folk dance.
The video starts with Rubina and her choreographer Sanam dressed in a Pahadi attire performing to ‘Ban Than Chali’ song. After their act, the actress asked the judges to join her in the Himachali dance. Karan, Madhuri, Nora, and host Maniesh Paul came along with Goodbye actress Rashmika, who appeared as a special guest for the episode, on the stage. All of them danced to the tune of a Himachali track. Then Rubina concluded with a special dance for her native people. To note, Rubina hails from Himachal Pradesh and has earlier also performed her folk dance during her participation in Salman Khan-hosted reality show Bigg Boss 14. Watch the video here:
Reportedly, Rubina also got a surprise on the show as a group of eunuchs came to bless her this week. For the uninitiated, the actress was a part of the hit show, 'Shakti: Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki' in which she played the role of a eunuch. Her performance was hailed by the audiences as well as received critical acclaim for also voicing the struggles of the community on national television.
Meanwhile, Rubina broke all her earlier records and took home perfect 30 scores with her silk and blindfold act last weekend. During the act, her blindfold supposedly comes off but then she continued to perform with closed eyes. With her performances, she has currently become one of the top contenders on the show. Besides her, the show also features Amruta Khanvilkar, Nia Sharma, Shilpa Shinde, Niti Taylor, Gashmeer Mahajani, Faisal Shaikh, Paras Kalnawat, and others.