It’s always the winner who walks away with all accolades and laurels and for the losers many a times itâ€™s the case of sour grapes. Like the inaugural season, Zara Nachke Dikha again got its winners in girls and undoubtedly they are beaming from ear to ear.
Well, some guys have taken it in the stride and the others feel that the judges have been unfair to them. Well being fair to them, we took their reactions on losing the biggest battle which had the two genders pitted against each other. Read on to know what they had to say:
Siddhesh Pai: I am certainly not happy with the outcome of the show. I felt we performed better than the Massakalis in the finale but they emerged victorious. Our emotions were not fake and we indeed felt dejected after the declaration of results. I never, even for a minute, thought that we will lose out to the girls. I donâ€™t think its right to judge on the basis of just one performance ,wherein the show was about 10 weeks of hard work and we gave our sweat and blood to it. They judged us on Anshâ€™s performance and the girl Sapna who joined Massakalis was better. They ignored our performances, so we lost.
Aksshat: I am not upset as itâ€™s for the audience to see if we were not good enough to win the show. We performed extremely well and it was clearly visible. We gave a tough competition to the girls during Zara hatke round but unfortunately good comments and standing ovations didnâ€™t transform into high marks, which surprised us. Personally, the show has made me a superstar. I got to prove myself at different stages on the show and got appreciated too. When Abhishek fell ill, I did his act wherein I impersonated Lord Hanuman and later I filled in for Sushant after he fell ill and attempted locking and popping. Judges were in awe of the performances and I won praises for the two acts. I have also won the Super dancer of the series, which means a lot.
Sushant Singh Rajput: I donâ€™t think anybody saw it coming. It was a very close call actually. We tried our best; it isnâ€™t that we didnâ€™t work hard. We too slogged for days and nights. But at that particular day, they were better. You canâ€™t predict such things and all you can do is work hard. And thatâ€™s what we did. Winning and losing is a part of a game. Someone has to win and someone has to lose. Itâ€™s all a part of a show. I donâ€™t mind congratulating someone if they win.
Karan Kundra: I canâ€™t say who was better or who performed well because both the teams put all the hard work and gave their 100%. We gave our best and the girls too gave their best. We thought we were the best, some of the girls too thought we were the best but the judges had different opinions. So you canâ€™t say we were bad. Itâ€™s just that everyone has different opinions. For example, some like BMW and some Mercedes; itâ€™s all about personal choice. The judges thought they were better so obviously they won. I am happy that they won but Iâ€™d have been even happier if we would have won. Although for all of us, ZND was more important than winning the show. Iâ€™m so happy that I was a part of the show. I had a great time working with STAR Plus, the judges and the contestants. Iâ€™ve made some really good friends.
Abhishek Awasthi: I wasnâ€™t shocked really when they won it because it was really a close fight. After all, we lost the show with only one number. We all are very good friends. But I feel what really worked in the girlsâ€™ favour was that; they had many outstanding pairs who could perform such a variety, whereas we boys only had just a few pairs who could perform well. We had limited pairs. Yet, I think we did an extremely good job and gave them a close competition. I congratulate girls for emerging as the winners. My best wishes are with them.
Aamir Ali: I donâ€™t think we were lacking anywhere. Both were equally good. We performed well and gave them a tough fight. After all, we lost by just one point. I congratulate them on their victory.