Were you expecting the elimination? “Frankly speaking, I was not aware about the people who were going to participate in the show, but as soon as I came to know that the big dancers are going to compete with me, I realized that I was not going to stay here for much longer. In fact, I was expecting to get nominated in the second episode itself and thought that I"d be out of the show on the third. But with god"s grace and my team"s cooperation, I continued for almost 6 episodes which is a big thing for me." explains Additi
What was your feeling when you got nominated and had to perform a solo in the next episode? “I was not at all tense but was just thinking about my performance which I wanted to be the best. The result was up to judges, if they wanted me to continue they would bring me back or else they could chuck me out," adds Additi.
Do you think the show is scripted? “Let"s not move on to that conversation but no, the show wasn"t scripted." Cleared Additi. Tell us something that you have liked and disliked in the show? “I liked everything, I have learnt a lot here too, I never ever thought of turning a cart wheel before but did it here. I made many friends and am happy that I was a part of this show. But coming back to the point, I have not liked to leave the show this soon but it"s a competition and someone has to win," says Additi in a low voice.
What message would you like to give your fans who are sad because of your elimination? “I would ask them not to get upset as I am happy enjoying my vacation and will be back soon with a bang. That too in television." concludes Additi.
Truly said Additi someone has to win and someone has to lose and it"s a competition after all!
Additi Gupta was the first celebrity to bid adieu to 'Zara Nachke Dikha" on Star Plus last week but the girl seems to be quite happy with the judges" decision. In fact, our girl was expecting her elimination immediately after the show hit the air. Additi Gupta could not stop saying, “My team was so sweet that they didn"t want me to get tagged and were very supportive. I will never forget the journey, even though it ended too soon."