Farah impressed with Shiv Thakare’s dance on 'Oonchi Hai Building’

Mumbai, Nov 26 (IANS): Filmmaker-choreographer Farah Khan was impressed by contestant Shiv Thakare after he performed on the Bollywood track 'Oonchi Hai Building’ from the 1997 action-comedy film ‘Judwaa’, directed by David Dhawan.

“You infused the masala of a David Dhawan film into a three minute act,” Farah, who is currently judges the dance reality show ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’, told the contestant.

This weekend ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ has theme -- ‘Chartbuster Ka Blockbuster’.

Shiv, who has already made a significant impression on the judges with his previous performances, is all set to captivate one and all with his electrifying dance to 'Oonchi Hai Building' with his choreographer Romsha Singh.

“Shiv, having that X factor is important, and that’s exactly what you showed in your act. You are a store full of chaat masala and your personality spices things up so well. The way you used the props, and the dance sequence near the small chimney window was mind-blowing,” Farah told Shiv.

She told Shiv that the way he enjoyed dancing was different. “The fun is so infectious that it feels like you're dancing straight from the heart. Sometimes, you remind me of Suniel Shetty. Anna has his own style; he does it in a cool and easy way and doesn’t try to be a wannabe. This was a blockbuster performance,” she said.

“Shiv, to be honest, I have to say, from the bottom of my heart, that out of all your performances so far, this was the absolute best.

“The stiffness in your muscles that used to be there has completely disappeared. I truly believe that this is your best performance to date. What you do, no one else can do. That is your specialty,” said Malaika Arora.

‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ airs on Sony.



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