‘Nach Baliye 9’: Maniesh Paul’s big fight with Ahmed Khan; shoot began only after an apology  

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Celebrity dance reality show, ‘Nach Baliye‘ season 9 has been constantly hitting the headlines, but for all the wrong reasons. Just recently, it was reported that the five of the choreographers boycotted the show because of Ahmed Khan’s rude behavior towards them. Now, the reports are making quite a buzz stating that Maniesh Paul and Ahmed Khan indulged in a verbal spat and the shoot began only after an apology from the former.

As per a report on SpotboyE, Maniesh Paul who is hosting season 9 of ‘Nach Baliye’ was extremely rude and arrogant toward the crew of the show, as he was working in the night shift alongside other celebs on the show. It is being reported that Maniesh’s costumed was delayed by 2hrs and he kept the shoot getting delayed which was supposed to begin by 2 pm in the night. However, the actor in the later hours of his shoot went on to blast the technicians where he said, “Pehle mera kaam khatam karo or else elimination nahin hoga and then everyone can f**k off.”

While the crew and the contestants were left irked by Maniesh Paul’s behavior, one of the judges on the show-Ahmed Khan too got angry and he threw his fit and left the stage throwing his jacket on the floor, and meanwhile, the shoots were also stopped. Not just that, Nawazuddin Siddiqui who is currently promoting his upcoming film, ‘Motichoor Chaknachoor’ was also present on the sets when the whole drama took place. However, everything was sorted out when the host of the show went and apologized to Ahmed for his rude behavior, because of which late-night shoots got delayed. This whole drama is said to have been lasted for about 45 mins and finally, the shoots were begun by 3 pm.

Well, looking at Paul’s tantrum, the makers of the show might think again for the next seasons.

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