Mumbai: What happens when you take heartthrob Karan Patel and Spunky Rithvik Dhanjani, and put them together for a Dance Reality Show? Before your mind starts drifting away, the answer – Too Much! Yes, the wait is finally over and we are here to reveal who the hosts for 7th season of Nach Baliye will be – Rithvik Dhanjani and Karan Patel, so audiences are in for a treat as Bro-mance is going to rule TV screens this summer.
While there has been speculation of Rithvik and wife Asha Negi – winners of the previous season – coming back on the show as Wile Card Entry, Rithvik has put all rumours to rest by accepting that he will host the series this year. He said, “I am extremely excited to be hosting Nach Baliye, as this year it’s not just dancing… it’s Too Much! Since I was the winner last year, I have a fair idea of what a dancing quest looks like, so yes, I hope to do justice to the job at hand. I must say, this year, it definitely is going to be different than last year and audiences are in for a treat with all the twists and turns that have been added!” It seems he has already started preparing for his role by watching previous seasons of the show and practises compering in his spare time.
On the other hand, Karan Patel, aka Raman Bhalla of Ye Hain Mohabbatein has also signed on to be the host this season. Karan has previously been a part of Nach Baliye in its third season and while he has hosted many live events, this will be the first time he will be hosting a reality series. He said, “I have seen both sides of the coin. I have been a contestant and now I’m hosting the show. But yes, being on this side is much better! Being a participant will be too much to handle”
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