The semifinals are here, and it’s going to be a rocking event. The “Nach Baliye 7” cast and crew just shot for their semifinal round, and you wouldn’t believe the turnout it has had. By mid-July, the show will be wrapped up, but before that, Ekta Kapoor wanted to make it sensational. The czarina invited the lead pairs of her top shows to shake a leg on NB7.

Divyanka Tripathi-Karan Patel of “Yeh Hai Mohabbatein, Sriti Khan-Shabbir Ahluwalia of “Kumkum Bhagya,” Radhika Madan-Shakti Arora of “Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi” and Paridhi Sharma-Rajat Tokas of “Jodha Akbar” shot for the semifinal episode. Also present were Ekta Kapoor and her daddy dearest, Jeetendra.

You may be wondering what the occasion is. Well, don’t be confused; the couples were invited to promote Ekta’s new saree brand, EK. The couples danced to Jeetendra’s top numbers and made the veteran actor a very proud man.

Tripathi said, “It was a lot of fun to do Jeetendra’s steps, and we all did a great job.”

Ahluwalia said, “We are privileged to match our steps with the great actor. We had a lot of fun on the show.”

The episode was initially supposed to have an elimination, but Jeetendra decided to cancel it and push all the contestants to the finals. Guess that turned out to be lucky for Upen Patel and Karishma Tanna, the couple who scored the lowest points that evening. Frankly, we think it was a setup to not let the couple get eliminated, but who cares. 

The show also features Ram Kapoor and Ronit Roy, who couldn’t come on the show, but they apparently shot a video where they thanked Ekta for giving them a break through her shows and for making their careers. This almost made Ekta get all teary eyed.

Well, there’s a lot more that happened on the show, so don’t miss it. It airs every Sunday at 8 pm.

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