Tue. Jan 28th, 2020

Rithvik Dhanjani’s surprise performance on India’s Best Dramebaaz

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Rithvik Dhajani, the dashing actor and TV show host, surprised the judges, participants and studio audience on India’s Best Dramebaaz when he played flute on stage.

Not many people know that actor, dancer, model and host Rithvik Dhanjani can play several musical instruments. The multi-faceted actor has recently learned to play Indian musical instrument flute, and displayed his newly acquired skill on a special episode of the children talent hunt show. Needless to say, everyone present on the shoot was spell bound.When Rithvik, who co-hosts India’s Best Dramebaaz with Ravi Dubey, was asked to perform on the Dance and Drama special episode of the show, he chose to play the flute instead of performing a dance even though he is an amazing dancer. Playing the flute for the first time ever in front of a large audience, he dedicated his performance to Sonali Bendre, one of the judges on the show.

Rithvik reportedly got interested in the instrument last year while shooting for music based episode of Yeh Hai Aashiqui. He asked one of the music band members on the show to teach him the instrument after which he enrolled for online tutorials. Since then, he’s been learning the flute online. Commendable!

Rithvik says he was overwhelmed with the response as it was his first ever flute performance on stage. “I was to dedicate an act to Sonali and I wanted to do something really special… something which has not been done before. So, I decided to play the flute… I have been learning it for some time. I am glad to have received an overwhelming response from other judges and the studio audience. Since I was playing it for the first time in front of the audience, the response was all the more special,” he told India Forums.

Daily soaps, theatre, modelling, dance, stunts, anchoring and now flute, the I Can Do That winner is actually living up to the title.

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