Finally it seems Chaitanya Choudhury has managed to get out of the Akshad image in Kahin To Hoga. His performances in Star Oneâ€™s Zara Nachke Dikha has earned him a new set of fans and also allowed him to re-establish himself as a versatile performer. â€œIt has been an awesome experience for me till now. I love dancing and am really happy at being able to perform on stage. I’d learned a bit of jazz a couple of years back, but other than that it is mostly my own interest and improvisation that has seen me throughâ€, says the dashing hero.
He openly admits that the girls have an edge over guys in the competition simply because they are more graceful. â€œThere are two main reasons for this â€“ their costumes and nakhras! Jokes apart when girls dance, their body language changes completely, making them much more attractive and graceful to watch. However, when guys dance the energy levels are much higher. The reason behind this is the way in which Indian guys and girls are brought up. While the boys will be encouraged to take up more sports and outdoor activities, girls will be more into singing and dancingâ€, quips he.
Who are his favorite contestants in the show? â€œAmongst girls I think Mouni is undoubtedly the best and the most graceful dancer, while in our team I feel Bakhtyaar is way ahead of othersâ€, says Chaitanya without having to think about the answer.
Chaitanya has won many accolades for his performance in the show. Which one, according to him is his best performance? â€œI feel the episode where I dance to Saawariya is the bestâ€. Despite his good performances, Chaitanya had to sit in the bench for a week during the show. Considering his popularity, does he think that if public voting was called for, the table should have turned in his favor? â€œWell, that is not really important, but whatever be the case, time will tell because the format during the grand finale will be differentâ€, says Chaitanya as he concludes.
Reporter by: Srabanti Chakrabarti