March 15, 2010 (Calcutta Tube): Aamir Ali and Sanjeeda Sheikh have not been on cordial terms for a while and the shell finally cracked with the issue over their participation in the second season of Zara Nachke Dikha.
This show is a dance competition between boys and girls and Aamir, reportedly, wasn’t in favour of competing with Sanjeeda. Since this season will have eliminations, Aamir didn’t want to compete with Sanjeeda and wasn’t in favour of her participating. However, Sanjeeda, who is a much accomplished dancer than Aamir, refused to toe the line. This supposedly let to a tiff between the two.
Well, this isn’t the first instance where dance competition has resulted in the split between a couple. Gaurav Chopra had split with his long time girl friend Narayani Shastri after Nach Baliye and had started seeing the sexy Mouni Roy. Karan Patel and Amita Chandekar stunned all when they revealed that they were never a couple and yet took part in Nach Baliye 3.
We tried calling Aamir and Sanjeeda and even send them a text message but neither replied to it.
However, realistically speaking is a dance show really responsible for the alleged split between Aamir and Sanjeeda?
Zara Nachke Dikha has always been a boy versus girl show. So, why should any couple fret at the prospect of competing against each other?
Rumour has it that Aamir is tired of living under Sanjeeda’s shadow. Though Aamir became a hit with Woh rehne wali mehlon ki, the truth is that his career has simply failed to take off since then. Though, he won Nach baliye but it was Sanjeeda who walked away with all the accolades. Critics and even Nach baliye judges maintained that Sanjeeda was the instrumental factor in their win. Aamir often shies away from questions about his relationship with Sanjeeda. One reckons that it was one man who was calling the shots in this relationship and our lady has now decided to be independent.
Whatever may be the truth, but Aamir and Sanjeeda’s diehard fans wouldn’t complain. After all, they rather prefer to see their dear one having a single status.