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Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ set to bid adieu on October 27

25-October-2006
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Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ set to bid adieu on October 27

‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’, a reality dance show involving celebs, is all set for a grand finale on October 27, eight weeks after it hit the small screen. Sony Entertainment Television is leaving no stone unturned to give the programme a memorable send-off. The final episode will be a two-hour bonanza and will see Mona ‘Jassi’ Singh and Shveta Salve compete for one last time.

The final episode will also see all the stars of ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ return to the dance floor. These include all eight choreographers on the show – Toby, Longinus, Sonia Jaffar, Rhea Krishnatraye, Nicole Alveres, Bindi Khare, Firoz Khan and Hanif Hilal – presenting a medley of all the dance styles performed on the show.

Popular participants of the show, Mahesh Manjrekar and Ajay Jadeja, would also be back for the finale, which will be aired at 8 pm on SET.

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