Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 9: Helly Shah ends up crying on the show!
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 9: Helly Shah ends up crying on the show! (By Medsuper) (Thanked: 1 times)
It was a very emotional moment for the Swaragini actress
We informed you that Helly Shah and Siddhant Gupta were evicted from the show in the double elimination. It came as a shocker that two contestants were evicted in one episode, especially for Helly’s fans as it was one of her better performances on the show.The actress is back in full form in Swaragini, where the two sisters want to save the Maheshwari family from the treachery of Adarsh and Parineeta. Coming back to Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, the lady has had a tough ride on the celebrity dance reality show so far. Helly has been in the bottom list since the show started. It seems the actress was shown an audio visual of her performance before the start of the upcoming episode and that left her in tears. The gal got pretty emotional and everyone was quite moved. Anchor Manish Paul the Swaragini actress a hug and then she took to the stage.
Helly along with cho-reographer Jai Kumar Nair did a dance on Nainon Main Sapna from Jeetendra’s Himmatwala. The theme of the episode was retro and they chose that song. As we know the jodi of Jeetendra and Sridevi was an iconic one in the 80s. It seems post the performance, judge Jacqueline Fernandez walked upto Helly and gave her a big hug. The Swaragini lass had confessed in the first episode that she was a huge admirer of the Kick actress. She said she always wondered how someone could be so cute and hot at the same time. Awww! Jacqueline is also very fond of the cute packet of TV.
At 21, Helly is the youngest contestant on the Jhalak stage. She is joined by other popular TV stars like Arjun Bijlani, Shakti Arora and Siddhant Gupta. However, they had the advantage of focusing solely on Jhalak while our lady had to juggle the both Swaragini and the dance show. Helly’s fans have cheered her on saying it is not tough for someone to manage two shows, rehearsals and studies simultaneously.
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