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Nach Baliye 5: Akshay, Ajay promote their movie; Rahul, Dimpy eliminated

Rahul and Dimpy Mahajan on Nach Baliye 5. (SCREEN GRAB)

By Staff

Rahul and Dimpy Mahajan one of the most entertaining couples of Indian dance reality show 'Nach Baliye-5' has been shown the door.

Despite being a non-dancer Rahul Mahajan managed to survive on the show for more than five weeks.

But how far can your entertaining ability keep you gong in a dance show. The couple failed to garner enough votes and impress the judges as the competition got tougher day by day.

Rahul who entertained the judges and the audiences with his antics joined the show just for his wife Dimpy as she was very fond of dancing.


Her dream to reach the finals comes to an end this week as the couple has been ousted from the show.

It will be a heady mix of dance and action on Nach Baliye 5 this week, with Akshay Kumar and his co-star in 'Special 26', Kajal Aggarwal, appearing on the dance show.

The actors let their hair down with the judges Sajid Khan, Shilpa Shetty Kundra and Terence Lewis.


Akshay was so impressed by Neelu Waghela's Gondhal performance that he agreed to teach her some martial art tricks, including how to break tiles.

The highlight of the night was when actor Ravi Dubey proposed marriage to girlfriend Sargun, who was very surprised.

Wild card re-entry:

'Nach Baliye 5' witnessed the eliminated couples try to re-enter the show through the wild card route.
The episode also saw Ajay Devgn join judge Sajid Khan, the director of his upcoming film 'Himmatwala', and the two unveiled the song Tathaiya Tathaiya from the film.
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