Tata Indicom Ek Se Badhkar Ek… Jalwe Sitaron Ke will witness the Grand Finale this weekend wherein the the two finalist couples – Raja Hasan and Jassi Kaur along with Kushal Punjabi and Sanchita Bhattacharya set the stage on fire.
The show stealer was the popular Pakistani band Fuzon, who gave thrilling performances on songs like ‘Suna Suna’ and ‘Khamaj’.
The Best Dancer Award went to Abhishek Awasthi while Aishwarya Nigam walked away with the Best Singer award. A surprise performance was by the elusive ace choreographer Ahmad Khan who won the hearts of the audience by his flawless performance on hits like “Aya Pappi, Krazy 4 and his debut, the spirit of Rangeela with Jassi and Kushal.
Shayantani was not far behind when she received thunderous applause for her performance on ‘Jiya Jale”. Aneek’s medley treat was far ahead of his usual performance. Pakistani Comedians Ali Hasan and Irfan Malik had people rolling in the aisles amidst fits of laughter. Abhijeet da’s soul searching performance with the visually challenged band Udaan was something new and touching. The little kids of Zee TV’s new yet-to-be-launched show Chota Packet, Bada Dhamaka (the kids version of Ek se Badhkar ek) did a dhamaka on the stage when they performed on “it’s the time to disco”.
The icing on the cake was the presence of stunner and controversial cricketer, Shoaib Akhtar, who to everyone’s surprise not only sang a Kishore Kumar number, but also put up a masaledar performance on hits like ‘Don’ and ‘mohabbat hai mirchi’. And to tango with him was none other than the Sexy Esha Deol. Looking at both, it was pretty evident that Bollywood calling is not far behind for Shoaib.
But as it goes, every show can have only one winner and it was ultimately Jasveer Kaur and Raja Hassan who beat Kushal Punjabi and Sanchita in the final race to glory.
We tried our best to get in touch with the winning pair, but they were unavailable for comments…