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EK KHILADI EK HASEENA: Sushmita Sen's Debut as Dance Judge
Enkayaar, Bollywood Trade News Network
Sushmita Sen has also bowed to the charm and the reach of the small screen and has made her debut on it, but in an avatar of a judge who would be judging a dance show and that too with Wasim Akram, the cricketer from Pakistan. It would indeed be an interesting program to watch, as the contestants are cricketers this time around along with divas from the television world.
The question that could be raised in relation to this dance show is that neither Sushmita Sen has shown her acumen as a dancer in the past, nor does one know about any dancing abilities of Wasim Akram. Sushmita Sen had shown some flair of dancing in gay abandon in MAIN HOON NA, and this confidence and gay abandon may emerge as the USP of this show. Probably in sync with this conformity Sandhya Mridul has been chosen as the anchor for the program. The choice of Sandhya Mridul seems to be guided from her performance in JHALAK DIKHLAJA.
As far the participants are concerned, riding on the emerging cricket season in India the participants chosen have been the present stars, and the odd man out is Vinod Kambli along with Nikhil Chopra. The haseenas however are not that popular, but for a Mona Singh who is partnering Harbhajan Singh. Here also the leaf has been taken out from the success that JHALAK DIKHLAJA had achieved with Meer Ranjan Negi, former Indian hockey captain.
The spat between Srisanth and Harbhajan Singh in the Indian Players League is the guiding choice for picking both of them as contestants pitching one against the other. To ensure eyeballs for her program Sushmita Sen would have to introduce some element of novelty as the next season of JHALAK DIKHLAJA is ready to roll, and she would be pitted against qualified dance masters, or stars who have made their mark as dancing stars. She has to put in double efforts, as Wasim Akram has not been associated with dance in the memory of the public. May be Vinod Kambli could turn out the dark horse of the program as he has the street smartness which was in ample display in the first episode itself.
Introspection once the program has reached middle stage could provide the answer to these questions.