“Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ is a dream come true for me, I have manifested this for the past 8 years, says Rubina Dilaik


COLORS is now set to bring back one of its most loved celebrity dance shows ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ after a hiatus of 5 years. The iconic show traces the dancing journeys of celebrities from different walks of life as they let their guards down and fire up the dance floor.

  1. What are your thoughts on participating on ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’?
    A. ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ is a dream come true for me. I have manifested this for the past 8 years. Although the show is coming back after 5 years, I have dreamt to be a part of this show for a long time. I would like to say that you should always dream big because dreams do come true.
  2. Owing to your success in television, you have been given the title ‘Boss Lady’, how much do you think you have to mould your personality to do reality tv? A. There is a reason it is called a reality show, you do not have to pretend to be anything, you absolutely can be your true self! If you have a façade, you can never be a part of a reality television. Your personality must shine and only then you can win.
  3. You have been a part of multiple television shows, do you aspire to be a part of the big screen as well?
    A. For me the medium is not important, the work matters. As an artist doing impactful work is my prime focus and the medium in which I am doing it. If television offers me projects that are creatively satisfying, I will always choose television.
  4. How do you look at your journey?
    A. My journey is 70% failure and 30% success. Failures teach you so much, the weight of the failures are so happy that success doesn’t matter. I have learnt throughout my career that it is important to fail otherwise one wouldn’t understand the meaning of success. I am proud of the fact that I have failed and risen out of it. And most importantly if you want to work and succeed then you need to accept the failures.
  5. How does it feel to be on a show where Madhuri Dixit is a part of the judging panel?
    A. It adds to the pressure when someone as talented and amazing as Madhuri Dixit is sitting and judging your performance. You always tend to question yourself, whether you are doing the right thing or whether your performance is up to the mark. It becomes extremely challenging. You always want to give your cent percent and that’s what I will try and do.

To know more, watch Patanjali Dantkanti presents ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ special partner Mutual Funds Sahi Hai premiering 3rd September and airing thereafter every Saturday and Sunday at 8 pm only on COLORS

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