Dancing together for three years now, we asked them what made them stand apart from the other contestants. For us, all the finalists were winners for they really fought their way to come this far.”
Lastly, saying that it is now the start for them, Amit shared, “We have been wanting to participate in international competitions but due to lack of funds, we had to back out. This show was a really tough task and I really didn’t want any of us to lose. 2017-07-15T22:37:34+00:00″>
Updated: July 15, 2017 10:37 pm
Goan dancers Amit Rajput and Sakshi Kurtarkar took home the trophy and winning amount of Rs 11 lakh
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Sakshi lauding all other talent said that she wouldn’t like to be compared with others. “Every talent has its own beauty and every one of us in the competition have really worked hard. “In other competitions, you need to just impress a couple of judges but here we had to hold the attention of as many people as we could. With emotions yet to sink in, ‘Ultimate Talentbaaz’ Amit-Sakshi pour their heart to indianexpress.com on how India Banega Manch was the most difficult challenge for the two. Emerging as champions, Goan dancers Amit Rajput and Sakshi Kurtarkar took home the trophy and winning amount of Rs 11 lakh. 16 such winners battled it out in the finale. Also being Latin dancers, we were scared for the form is not too popular in India yet and we could have lost our audience if we were not very entertaining,” chirped Sakshi. Amit answered, “I think our hard work and discipline. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd The host of the show Rohit Shetty, along with few contestants, and the Mubarakan cast graced the finale to announce the winners. Also since we are more of performers, we haven’t really thought about choreographing at the moment.”
India Banega Manch will be replaced by Khatron Ke Khiladi from 22 July, 9 pm. Now we will finally fulfil our dreams with the help of the winning prize money.