Juhi Chawla appears as guest judge for semi finals of Madhuri Dixit's reality show, Dance Deewane

Juhi Chawla took to Twitter to share a picture with her Gulaab Gang co-star Madhuri Dixit from the sets of Dance Deewane.

FP Staff September 17, 2019 18:34:32 IST
Juhi Chawla appears as guest judge for semi finals of Madhuri Dixit's reality show, Dance Deewane

Actress Juhi Chawla made an appearance at the semi finals of dance reality show, Dance Deewane. She took to Twitter to share the development and mentioned how she was reunited with her Gulaab Gang co-star Madhuri Dixit.

Check out the post here

Show host Arjun Bijlani also shared a picture of himself with the two divas on stage. He wrote, "Today was a good day on the sets of course because of these two gorgeous ladies."

Juhi chose to wear a long bottle green lehenga and took to stage to match steps with judges, Tushar Kalia and Shashank Khaitan.


View this post on Instagram

@iamjuhichawla in the house... @thetusharkalia #dancedeewane

A post shared by Shashank Khaitan (@shashankkhaitan) on

Dixit was last seen in the blockbuster comedy Total Dhamaal alongside Ajay Devgn, Anil Kapoor, Riteish Deshmukh, Jaaved Jaaferi, Esha Gupta and Arshad Warsi. She also had a role in the Karan Johar-produced Kalank, which had an ensemble cast.

Updated Date:

also read

What makes Jackie Shroff interviews a genre: Good mix of worldly wise and frank talk with a sprinkle of cuss words
Entertainment

What makes Jackie Shroff interviews a genre: Good mix of worldly wise and frank talk with a sprinkle of cuss words

Jackie Shroff remains deliriously unafraid of these pitfalls, always speaking straight from his heart in trademark tapori language, without anyone taking any offense. The fun lies exactly in hearing a popular celebrity speak without any trace of self-consciousness.

Chhorii movie review: Muddled with horror clichés, Nushrratt Bharuccha's film strays away from its social intent
Entertainment

Chhorii movie review: Muddled with horror clichés, Nushrratt Bharuccha's film strays away from its social intent

Chhorii wants to be an eye-opening montage of patriarchal horrors but there is little that is spooky or spunky about this film.