Urvashi Dholakia has been known for calling a spade a spade. And she is out yet again being blunt. The actress who is best remembered as Komolika, participated in the dance reality show, Nach Baliye 9. However, after being in the bottom four times in a row, the actress will finally get eliminated in the coming week. And the eviction has come as a shocker for the actress. Urvashi is quite unpleased with the way the makers have got her eliminated and called the entire procedure unfair in a conversation with BombayTimes.
Urvashi sharing her displeasure with her eviction process said, "Well, if a couple has been scoring good marks, which is only increasing every week and there’s a certain vote bank that I know we have, then it’s difficult for me to believe that we were not able to win the love of our viewers. How can a couple be consistently moving up the scoreboard and yet be at the bottom four times in a row? Is this a dance show or a popularity contest? And if we are being judged on popularity, then I am not ready to believe that 35 years of work leads to a low fan base. Where’s the score board to show where each of us stands when it comes to audience's votes plus judges’ scores? If the show was all about young couples, then why bring us in? If you have brought us on the show, then why the partiality? This is not just a misuse of my image, but total disrespect to the hard-earned place that I’ve made for myself in the industry."
The actress also added that she was not there on the show to bicker with her ex. "Anuj and I can’t fight and bicker on screen. We agreed to do the show thinking it’s a dance show and not a bloody fighting ring!" She further questioned the judgment by the show judges, Raveena Tandon and Ahmed Khan. She added, "This is not the first time that I have done a reality show, but yes, it’s the first time that I have seen this kind of biased judgement. After getting a standing ovation from almost 300 people on the set for a performance, which I know was way better than the marks we received, we get eliminated. Why did the judges need almost a halfhour break to think about the score this time? They never did it in the last five weeks. I’m someone who has survived in this industry through hard work. I cannot and will not stop myself from speaking against unfair behaviour. The actor, entertainer, and the artiste in me says that we deserved better. We deserved to be treated fairly."
The actress also added, "If washing dirty linen in public is the idea, then there are other shows that one can be a part of. Why take up a dance show?"
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