Nach Baliye 9: Shraddha Arya gets injured while dancing with Alam Makkar
Nach Baliye 9: Shraddha Arya's boyfriend Alam Makkar lost his balance due to which the actress slipped from his arms.
Nach Baliye 9 has managed to live up to the expectation of its audience. The dance reality TV show has been in the news for its contestants’ outstanding performances. Due to their mind-blowing performances, the judges of the show Raveena Tandon and Ahmed Khan are finding it difficult to decide which Nach Baliye 9 contestant is better.
Shraddha Arya and Alam Makkar are one of the most popular pairs of the show. On the recent shoot of Nach Baliye 9, Shraddha suffered hear injury while dancing. The couple has been making headlines since the dance show was started.
In the most recent shoot, while performing a dance, Shraddha almost suffered a grievous injury! While performing a particular step, Alam lost his grip momentarily which resulted in Shraddha slipped from his arms and her head hit the dance floor. The couple stopped for a second but later they completed the entire act without any issues!
Shraddha issued a statement which reads, “It was a very intense act for both Alam and me on Nach Baliye. Even during the rehearsals, we had to be focused to ensure that all the steps are being done properly. When we performed in front of the judges and the audience, due to a sudden slip, Alam lost his grip and that made me fall from his arms. Though I didn’t suffer any major injury at all, it definitely was a nerve-wracking experience for both of us! I got a small bump on my head because of the fall and did go blank for a second while performing. We still completed the entire performance without stopping and are sure that the audiences will love our act.”
Notably, this is not the first when Shraddha Arya injured herself on the sets of a reality show. According to reports, she was injured while shooting for Khatra Khatra Khatra. Confirming the same, she had said, “It’s a back injury over my left rib cage and oblique muscle. But my recent physiotherapy sessions are helping. So, I’ll get okay soon, hopefully.”