Posted: 23 September 2007 at 9:40pm | IP Logged
This article says that Neha Bamb is the worst dancer in telly world!! omg in my opinion i think shes fantastic,wonderful,and great!! what are they talking about?
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A power failure, a wardrobe malfunction and some more drama transpired at the recently held Gold Awards
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Sandipan Dalal from Mauritius
The crowds that thronged the venue proved that people
in Mauritius are undoubtedly avid viewers of desi soaps. The locals
arrived in crammed cars and buses to see their favourite small screen
stars receive their awards. The first global television award function
had a few initial slip-ups like a power failure that happened during
the show and Narayani Shastri's wardrobe malfunction on stage.
most television awards, the winners said something different as part of
their thanksgiving speech: "Thank you Pooja, Vikas and Anuj, the
organisers of the first edition of Gold Awards." The norm so far has
been, "Thank you Balaji. Thank you Ekta," as rightly pointed out by
starters, Balaji Telefilms had refused to participate in the awards
gala and did not file any nominations for the various categories. Hosts
Mandira Bedi and Aman Verma took the opportunity to take digs at Ekta
Kapoor's decision to stay away from the awards.
|Vikas Kalantri, Pooja Ghai and Anuj Saxena|
performances of the evening, Narayani Shashtri just about survived an
episode of wardrobe malfunctioning during her opening act. The top part
of her outfit (designed by Vikram Phadnis) almost gave away. However,
the actress who was completely taken aback, held on to her veil and as
a result missed a few dance steps before rushing backstage.
During Karishma Tanna's performance, an unexpected power failure made her completely freeze on stage. Neha Bamb is, however, unarguably the worst dancer in the television world. Standing tall,
Chetan Hansraj and Gaurav Chopra's act was a tribute to Amitabh
Bachchan, and the duo put up a satisfactory show. Urvashi Dholakia and
Barkha Bisht's performance was also commendable.
television couples, Neena Gupta paraded with her Delhi-based
industrialist husband Vivek. Reportedly, Neena has relocated herself in
Delhi and makes frequent trips to Mumbai to film her shows. She also
threw a fit about the seating arrangement at the auditorium, and even
threatened to walk out of the ceremony.
Edited by Sweetsana27 - 23 September 2007 at 9:41pm