Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10: Tanzanian Kiley Paul dances with ‘dreamy’ Madhuri, video goes viral

Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10G 24 Hours Digital Desk: Tanzanian siblings Kiley Paul and Nima Paul super hit on Instagram relay Bollywood songs. And to them, Bollywood is Madhuri Dixit. For Kiley, Madhuri is a dream beauty. And now Kili danced with his dream heroine Madhuri. Thanks to ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Ja-10’. Tanzanian social media star Kili was there. On this day, Kili was impressed to see Madhuri from the front. Madhuri taught him some steps of the popular song ‘Chane Ke Khet Mein’ from the movie ‘Anjam’. Some glimpses of it have surfaced on social media.

In the promo posted by the broadcasting authorities, Madhuri herself expressed her desire to dance with Keely. And then ‘Madhuri-Kili Jalba’ can be seen on the stage of ‘Jhalak Dikhla Jaa’. In addition to learning the steps of Madhuri’s ‘Chane Ke Khet Mein’, Kiley Paul was also seen dancing to the title track of ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’. Everyone from the audience to the judges was impressed with Kiley’s step. On this day, in addition to Madhuri, Nora Fatehi and Neetu Singh sat in the judgment seat. Nora Fatehi is also seen dancing with Kiley. Accompanied by host Manil Paul and participants.

Moreover. Kili Paul and Nima Paul love Bollywood, Bollywood loves them too. Actually love for Bollywood (Bollywood) since childhood. Hrithik Roshan, Madhuri Dixit are their icons. Their profession and addiction is to match the rhythm of trending Bollywood songs. Meanwhile, watching the video, it is impossible to understand that they do not know Hindi. But not only in India, their followers all over the world are waiting for new videos. Born in Tanzania, Africa, Kili Paul and his sister Nima Paul are usually seen in their traditional Maasai attire. Netizens like to see them that way too. A few days ago their performance in the songs ‘Kachha Badam’ and ‘Kala Chashma’ went viral. Once the video is uploaded, it will be filled with love from netizens. One netizen commented: ‘Future star’. Many commented in support of Nima. One netizen wrote: ‘Nima didn’t stop. The way he tries to match the rhythm is admirable. God bless them both.” Since they went viral, several topics have been raised about them. In an interview, Kiley said, “It takes us a day to record an entire song. We understand the song on YouTube first and then learn its pronunciation. I also read the English translation of the song. It helps us to understand. Even then, sometimes I don’t understand the meaning of the song. Then love works. In fact, if there is love, there is no problem anywhere.”

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