Bhumi Pednekar Opens Up About Her Fear of Roller Coasters on India's Got Talent | Bollywood Wave

Bhumi Pednekar Opens Up About Her Fear of Roller Coasters on India's Got Talent
Using a larger-than-life swing as their prop, "THE ART" (comprising Abhishek from Uttar Pradesh, Rahul from Jaipur, and Tejas from Mumbai) will astound everyone with their stellar performance set to "Lahu Munh Lag Gaya."
Bhumi Pednekar Opens Up About Her Fear of Roller Coasters on India's Got Talent
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In the world of talent-based reality shows, Sony Entertainment Television's "India's Got Talent" has consistently captivated its audience with a diverse array of acts from the nation's most talented individuals. As the competition's intensity grows, contestants are stepping up in the upcoming "Wish Special" episodes, vying for a coveted spot on the show. This weekend, the cast of "Thank You for Coming" - including Bhumi Pednekar, Shehnaaz Gill, Kusha Kapila, Dolly Singh, and Shibani Bedi - will make a special appearance on the show. They not only enjoyed the performances but also added their own mysterious charm to the proceedings.

Using a larger-than-life swing as their prop, "THE ART" (comprising Abhishek from Uttar Pradesh, Rahul from Jaipur, and Tejas from Mumbai) will astound everyone with their stellar performance set to "Lahu Munh Lag Gaya." Judge Shilpa Shetty Kundra couldn't contain her excitement and offered them her signed 'Hunar Salaam'. She exclaimed, "ART, you were so good. You guys have surpassed your previous best performance with this one. It's incredible. Working with a prop like a swing is very challenging. Even a slight mismatch between any member could lead to a mishap, but you guys executed it flawlessly. It was fantastic."

Surprised by their act, Bhumi Pednekar shared an interesting memory: "I am not an adrenaline junkie, and I get very scared when I ride amusement park attractions. Watching this act reminded me of the day I accidentally rode a roller coaster for the first time. I was terrified that day, and I feel the same way today. I don't know where this coordination, confidence, and courage come from, but you guys look amazing, incredibly fit, and that cannot be denied. But truly, your performance was brimming with energy. I didn't see a moment of doubt or fear on your faces; it was flawless, and I thoroughly enjoyed it."

When Badshah inquired about her accidental roller coaster experience, Bhumi shared, "It actually happened by accident when I was in London, at a festival fair called Winter Wonderland. There were pictures of children at the entrance, so I assumed it was a children's ride. It was dark inside, and I sat on it, only to realize it was a roller coaster. I have pictures from that day that remind me of how badly I was deceived (laughs)."

But the surprises didn't end there for "THE ART"! Judge Shilpa Shetty Kundra joined the trio on stage to perform to the popular track "Lahu Munh Lag Gaya," making it a memorable moment using her props.

Don't miss "India's Got Talent" this Saturday and Sunday at 9:30 pm, exclusively on Sony Entertainment Television.

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