This festival of lights, COLORS’ popular dance reality show “Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10” brings festive treats for all its fans. India’s star-studded show celebrates the ‘Diwali special’ weekend with some splendid performances packed with excitement, fun, and drama. To make the evening even more special veteran actors Arun Govil and Dipika Chikhlia, popularly known as Ram and Sita of Indian Television, join the show as celebrity guests. While the episode witnesses various mythological narratives through mindboggling acts, the show takes everyone down memory lane and reminisces over memories of watching “Ramayana”.
In the ‘Diwali special’ episode, the contestants bring alive the various heard and unheard tales of lord Krishna, Lord Shiva, Goddess Ganga, and Goddess Kali on the stage caving deep into the Hindu culture and mythology. The spectacular performances of the contestants sweep the judges off their feet. Nia’s energetic performance showcasing the fight between Rakhtbeej and Maa Kaali showers her with applause. On the other hand, the boss lady Rubina’s fierce act portraying Draupadi from Mahabharata wins everyone’s heart. Popular Marathi Mulgi Amruta Khanvilkar with her choreographer Pratik Utekar narrates the whole “Ramayana” and makes the audience nostalgic in the presence of the OG Ram and Sita.
The surprise and high-octane entertainment don’t end here. Paras Kalnawat gets a chance to groove with his favorite judge Nora Fatehi to ‘Radha kaise na jale’ which leaves everyone awestruck. The night takes a fun turn with Nishant Bhat carrying out a fun banter with his co-contestants. Like every episode, Nishant never leaves a chance to add a fun quotient to the show. He brings a mithai thaal and names his fellow contestants after the Indian sweets filling the room with laughter.
From keeping their best foot forward in bringing alive the stories to making the evening extraordinary and special, this episode has everything that is likely to keep you hooked.
Watch dance journeys of your favorite celebrities unfold on COLORS’ Patanjali Dantkanti presents “Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa”