Nishant Bhatt to choose Khatron Ke Khiladi 12 over Dance Deewane Junior!

Bigboss OTT fame choreographer and actor Nishant Bhatt will be seen in Khatron K Khiladi 12.

Nishant Bhatt


Bigg Boss 15 Contestant Nishant Bhatt getting a chance to push his career ahead with Khatron Ke Khiladi and Dance Deewane Junior! Dance Deewane Juniors 2022 will be the next Colors TV reality show that will be starting in the month of April.

The promo for the show was launched last week and since then dance fans have been going crazy for the show. There are many reasons for the hype of the show, first is multi starer high profile judges straight from Bollywood that including Marzi Pestonji, Neetu Kapoor and the most popular of them all Nora Fatehi has come as judges of the show and the second reason is the fan-favorite Karan Kundrra will be the host of the show.

Since it’s a dance show for kids so it’s obvious that there will be some mentors and one popular name was Nishant Bhatt. Recently Nishant Bhatt has become one of the most popular guys in the television industry because of his participation in Big Boss OTT and was runner-up in the show.

Will Nishant Bhatt choose Khatron Ke Khiladi 12 or Dance Deewane Junior?

Later he also made an entry in BigBoss 15. The dancer turned actor has choreographed many shows and Bollywood songs. He has also choreographed Super Dancer chapter 3.

Earlier there were rumors that Nishant will be judged in the show but later it was said that he will be a mentor now it seems like he has ditched all the ideas as he has decided to feature in Rohit Shetty’s show Khatron k Khiladi 12.

Fair enough for him as anybody would have accepted the offer considering the reach of the show with one of the best TRPs and most importantly there is obviously much more earning in Khatron k Khiladi.

In this season, stars like Shivangi Joshi, Erica Fernandes, Urvashi Dholakia, Pratik Sehajpal, and Pavitra Punia will be seen in the show. As for Dance Deewane Junior Sonali Kar, Tushar Shetty and Pratik Utekar will be seen mentoring the kids. It’s basically a win-win situation for everyone.

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