Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10 to show dances from all over India, Salman Khan to unveil Bigg Boss 16 contestants; see promo
Well, this coming weekend has some entertaining content line-up for all the fans of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10 and Bigg Boss 16. The channel released a power-packed promo that shows what’s in store for the fans on these two shows.
Well, this coming weekend has some entertaining content line-up for all the fans of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10 and Bigg Boss 16 . The channel released a power-packed promo that shows what’s in store for the fans on these two shows. While the dance reality show will have a unique theme of paying a tribute to the dance forms from all over the nation, the premiere episode of Salman Khan ’s show will finally have the superstar unveil the contestants of this season.
Talking about the same, the promo of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10 showed the theme ‘Jhalak Of India’ wherein the contestants were grooving to different dance forms from around the nation. We see a glimpse of Gashmeer Mahajani’s act who will be doing a Rajasthani dance while Amruta Khanvilkar will do the Maharashtrian dance number. Faisal Shaikh can be seen doing a dance performance from Kerala that includes a lot of sword fighting. Judge Madhuri Dixit can be seen looking visibly impressed with the same.
The same promo then cuts to Bigg Boss 16 which has a voiceover that says Salman Khan will reveal the contestants of this season. We also see the megastar walking with full swag in the promo and a silhouette of the contestants of this season. Take a look at the promo of both shows.
This Saturday (October 1) will mark the premiere episode of Bigg Boss 16 and fans are waiting with bated breath to see who are the contestants of this season. Till now, names like Prakruti Mishra, Sumbul Touqueer Khan, Nimrat Kaur Ahluwalia, Tina Dutta, Sreejita De, Chandni Sharma, Gautam Vig, and Shaleen Bhanot are speculated to be confirmed. Talking about Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10, it will be interesting to see the contestants represent the diverse cultures of the nation in their performances.