Popular TV actress Surbhi Jyoti, who garnered popularity for her portrayal of Bela in Naagin 3, is all set to surprise us with her dance act in a three-hour special episode of Kumkum Bhagya, Jashn Milan Ka, which will be aired tomorrow. The Abhi and Pragya’s show will be joined by celebs like Karan – Preeta (Dheeraj Dhoopar and Shraddha Arya), Ranbir – Prachi (Krishna Kaul and Mugdha Chapekar), Agastya – Chhoti Guddan – (Savi Thakur and Kanika Mann) and Rishabh – Shrishti (Manit Joura and Anjum Fakih) along with Deepika Singh and others. For her awesome act, Surbhi learned Kathak moves in record time and we are sure it will win your hearts.
Speaking about her Jashn Milan Ka act, Surbhi told E Times, “I had a great time doing the opening act for the festivities for Abhi – Pragya’s reunion. For the last few occasions, I have performed on either western songs or popular Bollywood dance numbers, however, this time I got an opportunity to do an out-and-out Indian classical performance, hence I was looking forward to it since the time I was offered the act. I am not a trained classical dancer, so I had to learn everything starting with the basics as there are a lot of gestures, movements and expressions involved in Kathak that I needed to master. I learned the basics of the dance form in a couple of days with the help of our choreographers and then, after a couple of proper rehearsals on the day of Jashn Milan Ka’s shoot, the choreography that the act demanded was completed. When you give it your all and perform with love and compassion, I guess nothing can stop us. I have given my best to this performance and I’m excited for my fans to watch it.”
Talking about the challenges, she faced while learning the Kathak moves, she added, “I had to perform in a big diya, that too with two lanterns in my hand and I was so scared that the diya might topple or I might fall down as I had to do a lot of moves during the act. I did have a couple of moments where I thought I would fall, but everything went smoothly in the end. Hats off to Zee TV and Balaji, they’ve managed to pull off such a show during the pandemic. I must say that everyone was very particular about safety, be it using masks or with the sanitising requirements. The whole floor and equipment were being sanitised from time to time, people were maintaining distance and all the precautionary measures that were humanly possible were taken. Looking at the precautions being taken, you feel safe and that helps us to shoot without stressing and I thoroughly enjoyed performing.”
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