Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 11: No elimination this week

The latest update reveals that there will be no elimination this week on the show.

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Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 11 continues to receive love from the audience, with the makers striving to deliver entertaining episodes. Last week, the renowned producer, director, and actor Boney Kapoor added his expert opinions to various performances. Additionally, we exclusively reported that Meenakshi Seshadri is set to make a celebrity guest appearance.

As the competition entered its third week, contestants faced the first eliminations of the season. Aamir Ali was the initial contestant to be eliminated, followed by Urvashi Dholakia last week. The latest update reveals that there will be no elimination this week.

India Forums brings an exclusive update that Jhalak Dikhhlaa Jaa will not have any eliminations this week. Karuna Pandey and Anjali Anand were the bottom two contestants. After their performances, both scored 30 marks, resulting in a tie and a declared no-eviction.

As reported in the media, upcoming episodes will showcase a dose of bromance as Bigg Boss 16's Abdu Rozik will be seen supporting his brother-like friend Shiv Thakare on the show.

Malaika Arora, joined by Arshad Warsi and Farah Khan, continues to judge the dance reality program, with Rithvik Dhanjani and Gauahar Khan serving as hosts.

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Comments (4)

Everything seems scripted . The talented ones never win 😢

2 months ago

If the favored ones are in bottom 2 then no elimination.Wow!

2 months ago

If the scores were tied, then eviction should have happened on the basis of votes. No elimination just kills the vibe.

2 months ago

this show is getting eliminations and no eliminations wrong. Why didn't they announce no elimination for Aamir or Urvashi

2 months ago

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