Malaika Arora returned to India's Best Dancer yesterday after taking a break for a couple of weeks. In her place, Nora Fatehi judged a couple of episodes along with regular judges Terence Lewis and Geeta Kapoor.
Everyone including the host Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbaachiyaa as well as the contestants welcomed Malaika back. Incidentally, the much-discussed topic during the show was whether Terence missed Malaika or favored Nora beside him.
Bharti Singh Shared Clips of Nora and Terence From Earlier Episodes of India's Best Dancer
To prove her point that Terence was happy with Nora, Bharti Singh even shared a few clips of earlier episodes. The clips revealed the way Nora and Terence interacted on India's Best Dancer, danced together, and looked happy. Malaika acted as if very angry and said that she now knows who really missed her and is on her side.
And to woo her, Terence Lewis took her to the dance floor and danced on 'Tumko paya hai toh jaise khoya hoon"- the famous Om Shanti Om song from Deepika Padukone and Shah Rukh Khan movie.
Malaika wearing a blissfully yellow-colored outfit looked lovely as Terence wrapped his hands around her body and lifted the Munni Badnam Hui dancer gracefully. After the dance, Malaika said that there is no reason for Terence to feel the guilt as she believes that he missed her.
The famous model went on to reveal that during the time she was in isolation after testing corona positive, Terence regularly messaged her. The famous choreographer kept on enquiring Malaika about her health.
It was a folk dance special on India's Best Dancer and all the contestants excelled in their dancing. Shubrunil particularly impressed everyone including the guest Guru Randhawa and Dhvani Bhanushali. The famous Punjabi singer even said, "I have voted until now for only one contestant. But next, I will vote for you. You were that good. I will also ask my followers to do the same."
Guru Randhawa also sang later, especially for Malaika Arora.
India's Best Dancer airs every weekend on Sony Television at 8 pm.