Dance India Dance: Hold your horses my boys..!


By Hindustan Times

Mumbai, Feb. 11 -- It's the Valentine's Day weekend. Most male contestants on Dance India Dance Doubles wanted to shake a leg with host Shveta Salve. It seems they've all fallen in love with her and want to take her out on a date too. In a bid to woo her, they even landed on the sets with flowers, chocolates, presents, the works. Thankfully, no one came with an expensive and exclusive diamond ring.

When grandmaster Mithun Chakraborthy saw the upsurge in the number of boys almost proposing Salve, he got a little worked up. Our source from the sets tells us that he asked the boys to hold their horses and focus on their performances only.


Sushant Singh Rajput feels he is the luckiest student who has trained at Shiamak Davar's institute. He was also a dancer in the choreographer's troupe before making it big on the small screen. The actor has received a special gift from his teacher. After watching his near-perfect acts, he sent him a bunch of lovely books of the genre that Rajput likes to read.

Given that the two haven't been in touch for over five-six years, Rajput was touched by his teacher's gesture!

Mr Best Husband

Hiten Tejwani, currently seen in the supporting cast of Rang Badalti Odhani, can win the award for the most hard- working actor. Despite shooting round the clock, the actor visits his restaurant, and spends time with his twins while wife Gauri sets up her ceramic art exhibitions in the city. He ensures that his work doesn't get into the way of his family and their happiness. With work and life going great guns, he wishes for 48 hours in a day.