Madhurima Tuli and Vishal Aditya Singh with Sanam Johar. (Image: Instagram)
Nach Baliye 9 couple Madhurima Tuli and Vishal Aditya Singh have been making news even after being eliminated from the dance reality show. Reports suggest that the two will be returning as wild card contestants along with Urvashi Dholakia and Anuj Sachdeva. But, that’s not all. Rumour has been doing the rounds that choreographer Sanam Johar, who had choreographed their dance acts from the very first episode, has decided to walk out of the show.
A source told SpotboyE that Sanam is not keen on teaming up with Madhurima and Vishal again as he is utterly pissed with their unprofessional attitude off-stage. He has already informed his decision to discontinue his Nach Baliye 9 journey to the production house. When the portal contacted Sanam, he confirmed his exit but clarified that his decision to discontinue the show had nothing to do with the frequent arguments between Madhurima and Vishal. "It's not true. I am unable to continue due to health issues. I just wish a lot of luck and power to them as they deserve to win," he said.
Now, a choreographer from Punit Pathak's team has agreed to choreograph the duo for their second stint on Nach Baliye 9. Recently, a leaked CCTV footage of the two went viral wherein they could be seen engaging in a verbal spat and soon after Madhurima stormed off to a corner and was followed by Vishal. In the very next moment, the actress slapped Vishal in front of their entire team.
"The two started fighting in between the rehearsals and soon the verbal spat became a physical assault," an onlooker present at the rehearsal room had told an entertainment portal. The unfortunate incident is rumoured to have gone against them in terms of the number of votes. Vishal and Madhurima had met on the sets of the show, Chandrakanta and reportedly, had developed a strong liking for each other.
Talking about their breakup, Vishal recently said, ''One is either happy or sad in a relationship. However, when we were together, I was perpetually in a predicament whether to laugh or cry. She must have broken up 50-odd times during our courtship, over the pettiest of issues. I never wanted it to end because I was madly in love with her.''