Nach Baliye 9: Wildcard Jodi Urvashi Dholakia and Anuj Sachdeva Perform Four Dance Forms In Their Comeback Performance! (Watch Video)
Urvashi Dholakia and Anuj Sachdeva (Photo Credits: Instagram)

One of the eliminated jodis of Nach Baliye 9 to be called back was that of UrUj. Urvashi Dholakia and Anuj Sachdeva entered the show as one of the ex-couples who went on to demonstrate time and again how exes could always not only be friends but also share a healthy professional relationship. However, Anuj and Urvashi's elimination made it to the headlines, when the latter in an interview told a leading daily, that the show makers and judges had been biased towards a few other contestants. Nach Baliye 9: Urvashi Dholakia Questions Makers On Being Called Back as Wildcards, 'Why Call Us Back When We Don't Have Votes And Viewers?' 

However, the couple is now back on the show, owing to contractual obligations and it is something that Urvashi herself admitted to. When Urvashi was called on stage with Anuj and when she was quizzed on her statements, Urvashi spoke up about how despite having a career spanning over 25 years long, she would disagree to believe that she did not have a strong fan base. She also went on to tell the judges that she was only back on the show because she is a thorough professional and is respecting her contract. Apparently, there is a clause that states that contestants will have to return to the show as wildcards if they are called back.

After the whole discussion, the couple got back to their comeback performance and ooh boy... did they kill it! Urvashi and Anuj, keeping in theme with the episode, performed not one but four dance forms - Jazz, Afro, belly, and Bollywood. Nach Baliye 9: After Urvashi Dholakia, Shantanu Maheshwari Accuses Judges Raveena Tandon and Ahmed Khan of Being Biased Towards the Other Contestants

The performance we hear was power-packed which won them a standing ovation from the other participants, judges and the audience. The Judges also appreciated this Ice and Fire Jodi by saying that the act was high on energy and they enjoyed it to every bit of it.