Irfan Pathan Join Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Reloaded

Cricketer Irfan Pathan, who has joined Most Popular dance reality show “Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Reloaded”  as the first wild card entry , is proud of the challenge of turning from a non-dancer to a dancer, however he says the largest challenge for him shall be remembering his dance strikes.

“I’ve solely danced as a child at household features. I’m a non-dancer, however I like taking challenges. Additionally, that is an low season for cricket, so once I was approached for ‘Jhalak’ I believed I’ll take this up as new challenge as a result of the present is all concerning the journey of a non-dancer to a dancer. It’s going to be a brand new studying expertise,” Irfan advised IANS.irfan-pathan-jhalak

“My reminiscence…to recollect the dance steps goes to be my greatest challenge. I’ll compete with myself to get higher with every efficiency,” he added.

Irfan stated that his earnings from the present will go to his cricket academy, a self-funded venture for underprivileged youngsters.

Requested what similarities he sees in cricket and dance, Irfan, who considers his choreographer — Suchitra Sawant — as his dancing idol, mentioned: “You possibly can’t evaluate the 2 industries in any respect, they’re completely completely different. In sports activities, you require stamina and within the leisure trade, it’s best to know the best way to entertain folks in your individual distinctive fashion.”

He additionally hopes dancing will maintain him match.

Other than Irfan, “Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Reloaded” additionally has celebrities like Shamita Shetty, Scarlett Wilson, Subhreet Kaur, Raftaar, Ashish Chowdhry, Radhika Madan, Vivian Dsena, Faisal Khan, Kavita Kaushik, Mohit Malik and Sanaya Irani as contestants.

Hosted by Manish Paul, the Colours present, which starred on July eleven, has returned with lots of twist and turns this time. It’s judged by Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor, filmmaker Karan Johar, dancer Lauren Gottlieb and ace choreographer Ganesh Hegde. (IANS)


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