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|Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa|
Intertitle of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa (season 7)
|Created by||A BBC Production|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||9|
Surindra RaoAsst- Nitesh Choudhary
|Production company(s)||BBC Worldwide Productions India|
|Original network||Sony Entertainment Television India (2006–2011)
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Original release||7 September 2006– present|
|Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa||colorstv
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa is a television reality show and the Indian version of BBC's Strictly Come Dancing.
In Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, celebrities perform various dances together with professional dance partners. The show's format is taken from the Strictly Come Dancing show on BBC One in the UK. The show is also pre-recorded, unlike Strictly Come Dancing and other spin-offs. Of the spin offs, the Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa is the only one that uses recorded tracks rather than live music with an in-house band.
|Season||Start Date||Finish Date||Winner(s)||Runner Up(s)|
|1||7 September 2006||4 November 2006||Mona Singh||Shweta Salve||Mahesh Manjrekar|
|2||28 September 2007||15 December 2007||Prachi Desai||Sandhya Mridul||Jay Bhanushali|
|3||27 February 2009||31 May 2009||Baichung Bhutia||Gauhar Khan||Karan Singh Grover|
|4||12 December 2010||8 March 2011||Meiyang Chang||Sushant Singh Rajput||Yana Gupta|
|5||16 June 2012||30 September 2012||Gurmeet Choudhary||Rashami Desai||Rithvik Dhanjani|
|6||1 June 2013||14 September 2013||Drashti Dhami||Lauren Gottlieb||Sonali|
|7||7 June 2014||20 September 2014||Ashish Sharma||Karan Tacker||Shakti Mohan|
|8||11 July 2015||10 October 2015||Faisal Khan||Sanaya Irani||Shamita Shetty|
|9||30 July 2016||21 January 2017||Teriya Magar||Salman Yusuff Khan||Shantanu Maheshwari|
In second season, Shiamak Dawar replaced Farah Khan, Urmila Matonkar replaced Shilpa Shetty, and Jeetendra replaced Sanjay Leela Bhansali as the judges. Rohit Roy replaced Parmeet Sethi and Mona Singh replaced Archana Puran Singh as the hosts. The contestants were:
In third season Saroj Khan replaced Shiamak, Juhi Chawla replaced Urmila and Vaibhavi Merchant replaced Jeetendra. Firstly Shiv Pandit replaced Rohit Roy but later Rohit Roy replaced him and Shweta Tiwari replaced Mona Singh. The contestants were:
In fourth season Remo D'Souza replaced Saroj Khan, Madhuri Dixit replaced Juhi Chawla and Malaika Arrora replaced Vaibhavi. Sumeet Raghvan replaced Rohit and Mona Singh replaced Shweta. The contestants were:
The seventh season was judged by Karan Johar, Madhuri Dixit and Remo D'souza. It was hosted by Ranvir Shorey and Drashti Dhami who was later replaced by Manish Paul. Maksim Chmerkovskiy was a guest judge for two weeks. The contestants were:
The following have been approached for the upcoming season of JDJ. Bani J, Daren Sammy, Kratika Sengar, Hina Khan, Mohammad Nazim, Divyanka Tripathi, Ravi Dubey, Kushal Tandon, Sukirti Kandpal, Adaa Khan, Amika Shail, Neha Kakkar, Aashka Goradia, Zain Imam, Jasmin Bhasin and Antara Biswas.
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