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November 29, 2017

Haryanvi Dancer Sapna Choudhary to work with Remo D’Souza

Haryanvi Dancer Sapna Choudhary to work with Remo D’Souza
After all, the arguable clash as well as drama, the exclusion round took place in the most controversial house i.e. Bigg Boss 11. The Haryanvi beauty Sapna Choudhary, who is a popular dancer and singer by profession, got evicted from the house during the ‘Weekend Ka Vaar’ installment.
During this week, three partakers comprising Priyank Sharma, Hina Khan, and Sapna Choudhary got nominated by the housemates for eviction from the house. The interesting fact is that all three including Hina, Sapna, and Priyank were regarded as the strongest competitors on the show.
Sapna Choudhary’s eviction came as a shocker not only to the participants of BB 11 but also for her buffs. However, the Bigg Boss house turned blessed for Sapna as the well-known dancer bagged a big offer from the Hindi film industry’s choreographer and film producer Remo D’Souza.
Especially, the Race 3 squad comprising the sexy babe Jacqueline Fernandez and well-known film director Remo visited the Bigg Boss 11 house to promote their upcoming movie.
Jacqueline and Remo D’Souza made entry to the house and also played some appealing games with the contestants. Remo asked Sapna to show her dancing skills and was pretty overwhelmed with her.
Afterward, Remo D’Souza also promised the Haryanvi dancer to work with her in the coming time. Sapna was firstly shocked by the big offer, but afterward became eager and stated that it’s like big dream come true for her.

Being a performer from Haryana, she thinks that in North India, females do not find admiration if they act as stage dancers. Her plan through Bigg Boss was to bring about a change in that state of mind.
“Yes, we entertain people on stage, but that is my job. That does not mean that in my regular days, anyone, especially men, can walk up to me to tease or look at me with vulgarity in their eyes. Our job does not allow them to disrespect or misbehave with us. Keeping the profession aside, we are normal women. We run our kitchen from whatever we earn and we have responsibilities. Men have no right to look down upon us and treat us like disrespectful entities,” added Sapna.

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