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can anyone tell me that is there any relationship between vrushali and mayuresh ??? sorry if i am wrong but i feel like that because everytime. Vrushali Telang's latest book, Prime Time Crime is a novella. It conspires a story of a news . This book unveils the dirty and of the mafia and its connection with the press. It showcases How Mayuresh marked it as to-read. Jun 06, Mayuresh Wadkar and Ajisha Shah, with their amazing equation and graceful dance acts, were one of the top four finalists of the season.
Ajisha, Mayuresh, please tell us a little about how you paved your paths into the industry. My inspiration is Vaibhavi Merchant. It was her work, her passion and dedication towards dance that inspired me so much. I always dreamt of being a part of her team and to be trained under her and this is why I am here today in Mumbai. This is how I paved my way into the industry. Salman Khan and Terrence Lewis sir are my inspirations.
In school, I was the only guy who used to dance so I was quite popular. I used to participate in lots of competitions as well.
I have worked as a salesman to pay for my dance training; after that, I worked an editor at Balaji, on shows like Kyunki Later, I got a three-year scholarship at the Terrence Dance Academy.
There is only one key for success and that is your hard work. Along with hard work, if you put in passion, sincerity and creativity, it will create wonders. Being a wild card entrant in Nach Baliye, what challenges did you face to make way to the top? Being a Bollywood dancer I have not been doing all forms of dance except for Bollywood freestylebut the aerial act which I did with Mayuresh made me aware about my capabilities and abilities to do something which I had never thought about.
It was challenge for me to match the bench mark Mayuresh set and eventually I successfully did so. Me and Ajisha had a lot of pressure, especially Ajisha as she is a Bollywood dancer and she has never done contemporary and aerial acts.
'Nach Baliye 7' couple Mayuresh Wadkar and Ajisha Shah part ways
I was scared at first but she picked up amazingly. I was a bit nervous and stressed as the contestants in Nach Baliye are all household names and people knew them. As performers I feel that my strength is that I can connect to the audience very well, my courage and fearlessness to never say no to any upcoming challenge related to dance which is my passion.
My weakness I believe is acrophobia which Mayuresh and the platform of Nach Baliye 7 helped me to come out of.
My weakness is my knee. I have a ligament tear in both the knees and I am asked to take a break from dancing and go for a surgery, but I am just avoiding it.
Besides my C3 bone of spinal cord is dislocated, so the left side of my neck gets blocked. So my health is my weakness but I made it my strength. Besides my parents, friends, Ajisha and my fans are my strength. She is humble and has a sweet heart.
Being trained dancers do you consider it as an advantage on Nach Baliye? Initially I thought yes it will be beneficial for me but coming on this platform seeing other performers do equally good by putting so much of hard work made my yes change into a no.
Prime Time Crime
Well I think it is an advantage in Nach Baliye. After all, relationships are not as honest as we would like them to be. Whether we admit or not, manipulation, intrigue, greed, ego and deception are a part of relationships that we share with one another, but most dangerously — with ourselves.
Despite knowing that A. T had used her as means to an end, that there were speculations about them two, despite knowing that any further association would be dangerous for her reputation — Ritika dropped everything to meet A. T late that night.
Mayuresh Wadkar and Ajisha Shah dance their way into love
A woman who did not need him for any reason but yet chose to be with him. Talking about the challenges she faced while writing Prime Time Crime, she told me how the ecosphere of crime reporting was completely alien to her requiring her to begin from a scratch. From them I got leads to speak to police officers. By the end, I had put in a solid four years of research before I started to work on my final draft where I had to infuse style and speed that befits a thriller.
Well, not only maximum number of police encounters on record happened inshe tells me, but the crime scene also shifted from far flung locations in Mumbai to posh suburbs of Bandra and Worli. And while I write this review, Telang is already busy chalking out the characters of her next novel, a project that explores love in the age of social media. This article is also available to read at: For my other reviews, please log on to vaniauthor. Ritika Khanolker is a media intern in City News — a local cable news station.
She is waiting for her big break. And she finds one in A. She gets to meets A.
He is manipulative and a smooth-talker. He uses Ritika for a perfect kill of the rival Gang Leader Usmaan. The only thing A. Because when death comes knocking, it better be quick, over and done with.