Chetan Bhagat excited to judge ‘Nach Baliye 7′
Calling himself a novice dancer, Chetan Bhagat says his presence in ‘Nach Baliye 7′ will revolve around compatibility and chemistry quotient of the contestants.
Author Chetan Bhagat has now donned a new hat — that of a judge for the dance reality show ‘Nach Baliye 7‘. Calling himself a novice dancer, the celebrated writer says his presence in the show will revolve around compatibility and chemistry quotient of the contestants.
Chetan Bhagat tweeted:
Yes, it is true. I will be one of the judges for Nach Baliye 7. Here are my thoughts on the same: http://t.co/kvPxxqQ6TM
— Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) March 24, 2015
He also shared a link of his Facebook page expounding over the role.
“Hi All, Happy to share that I shall be one of the judges for the new season of ‘Nach Baliye’ on Star Plus. Well, I am no dance expert! However, the show format has changed and apart from dance, there will be a lot of emphasis on couple chemistry, compatibility and team work. I will be focusing more on the latter parts,” he shared on social networking site.
Talking further about the show, he posted: “Also, as a motivation speaker, I hope I will be able to inspire the participants as well. The main reason for me to do this was to reach deeper into India, as one of my goals is to touch as many Indians as possible in my lifetime.
“The more people I reach, the more people I can influence towards positive change. As one of the biggest shows on Indian television, Nach Baliye provided that opportunity.”
As a writer, he raised the bar by churning out bestsellers like “Five Point Someone”, “The 3 Mistakes of My Life”, and “2 States” and most of his novels have been adapted into successful movies.
Bhagat points out that being a part of the show will help him understand the nuances of filmmaking in a better way.
“Apart from that, I am also more involved in films now, where apart from storytelling, song and dance forms a big part. Being familiar with those forms will only help me get better as far as films are concerned.
“Yes, it is a risk. It could really work or I could end up making a fool of myself. And that is a little scary. However, in almost all my talks, I tell people to take risks. If I don’t do the same myself, I won’t be being true to my word,” he shared.
The seventh season of “Nach Baliye” is expected to be aired on Star Plus in May.
Source:: Indian Express