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    Default Saroj Khan has a story to tell Meiyang Chang!

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    Saroj Khan who graced the episode of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa had a cute story to tell Chang about Madhuri's enthusiasm to give her best..

    Madhuri Dixit and Saroj Khan made an indomitable team, by giving Bollywood one of the biggest dancing hits between them!! Madhuri and Saroj ji joined together yet again to put up a fabulous performance before the audience assembled and the contestants in Sony's Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. While Madhuri had a great time with her mentor on stage, we hear that Meiyang Chang had his learning curve back stage with Saroj Khan!!

    Chang performed excellently to the peppy number of Madhuri 'Tamma Tamma Loge'.. But he was a bit disappointed that Saroj Khan was not present on the sets to watch his performance. However, his day was made when the elderly lady met Chang back stage and also narrated a cute story which happened during the filming of this popular song.

    Meiyang Chang accepted this fact and told us, "Actually it was indeed a pleasure to converse with Saroj Khan ji. She narrated a story of Madhuri and Sanjay Dutt, and said that, during their chair sequence for the song, Madhuri and Sanjay were so adamant that they wanted to complete the shot in one take. They tried hard and only after 15-20 takes, the shot was done. Even then, they had done a small mistake while rolling their hat; so the shoot had to resume till they got it right. Eventually they got the sequence perfect in the 48th take. But by that time, both Madhuri and Sanjay's feet were bleeding but they never lost the zeal to perform and execute the scene perfectly".

    "That was something which made me respect Madhuri Maam more, and this is a lesson for me to learn", adds Chang..

    Well, we can only say that only a good mentor can bring out the best from an individual!!In this case, Saroj Khan deserves all the credit!!
    ...being a human...



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