Nach Baliye 9: Ahmed Khan Completes 25 Years In The Industry, Choreographers Pay Him A Grand Tribute
Ahmed Khan (Photo Credits: Agency)

Nach Baliye 9 is just a few weeks away from its grand finale and the top 5 have started battling it out to take home the Nach Baliye trophy. However, the choreographers of jodis took a short break this week from the headstrong competition and paid a grand tribute to judge Ahmed Khan as he completed 25 years in the industry. The choreographers presented a power-packed performance to his all-time hit songs. Some of the songs that the choreographers performed to were his cult songs - "Parody song", "Jumme Ki Raat Hai", "Dil Cheez Tujhe De Di", "Yayi Re", "Mundiyan Toh Bach Ke" among others. Ahmed Khan was left awed by the gesture and so was Raveena Tandon. Nach Baliye 9: From Raveena Tandon, Ahmed Khan and Shantanu's Argument, to Vishal - Madhurima and Aly - Natasa's Terrific Comeback, Here Are Highlights Of Tonight's Episode!

Along with the grand tribute for Ahmed Khan on completion of his 25 remarkable years as a choreographer in the industry, Ahmed Khan's wife and children also visited him on the sets to surprise him. Awed by the gesture, Ahmed Khan recalling his journey, said, "I am really very grateful to this industry. At the age of 12 years, I started working in this industry and I consider myself a lucky child artist who has received a lot of love from this industry. In this industry, people have few godfathers, but I want to thank 3 people from the industry who has helped to become what I am today."

"First is my guru, Saroj Khan who has given me my first break at the age of 16 as an assistant. Eventually, I got my second break when Ram Gopal Verma approached to choreograph his movie Rangeela. At the age 21, nobody gives such a huge responsibility but Ram Gopal Verma made me a Choreographer. And Third is my brother Sajid Nadiadwala who made me believe that I have the talent and determination to achieve my dream. I am thankful to each and everyone who has supported me throughout my journey," he concluded.