Sony music’s YouTube channel is all set to launch a dance reality show. Which will feature Gauhar Khan as a host of celebrity as they accept challenges hurled at them? So, here are complete details about her comeback in the upcoming dance reality television show.
Gauhar Khan has been part of the many television reality shows. Now after showcasing her mesmerizing moves in previous reality shows. Gauhar Khan is now all set to feature in yet another dance offering. Sony music YouTube’s channel will be soon launching the dance reality television. The upcoming dance reality show will have Gauhar Khan as the host. While it will feature many famous celebrities facing challenges given by the host.
Gauhar Khan to Host Upcoming dance reality show
currently, she is taking training under dancing choreographer Melvin Louis. The television actress will be seen showcasing her skills across the three show of the dancing series.
when she was asked about her entry in this upcoming dancing reality show, she said” The show will be seen celebrities perform on the hit songs that belongs to Sony Music’s label. She continued, being a dancer I am really excited to be part of it. I have attempted a certain dance style for the first time.
she revealed some more details related to her new venture” my set includes one Bollywood contemporary dance songs. I can’t reveal the details of the other two songs yet. adding that the gruelling learning experience reminded her of her school days. ” I am pursuing myself to do something different”, she promises.
sony music hasn’t revealed complete details related to their upcoming dance reality show. The show will be telecast on their youtube platform. While the starting date of the dance reality show will soon be revealed. So, more updates related to this upcoming show will be updated on the page. So, it will be interesting to see which celebrities will be part of the show.
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