The strikingly attractive Gauahar Khan who’s created quite a stir on reality television has added yet another feather to her reality cap. She has impressed everyone with her latest stint on Zee TV’s ‘I Can Do That’, presenting marvelous acts ranging from aerial and trampoline to the extremely challenging stunts wielding the German Wheel. The show has now reached its most exciting culmination – The battleground is set, the drum rolls have begun and it is time for the Top 4 finalists Rithvik Dhanjani, Gurmeet Choudhary, Madhurima Tuli and Gauahar to take on one last challenge, perhaps the toughest, at the show’s grand finale. The show will climax with one amongst the four finalists walking away with the most coveted Golden Belt of ‘I Can Do That’.
This festive 5 week rollercoaster ride of entertainment has had its 12 celebrity contestants step out of their comfort zones and undertake tasks and challenges which they, even in their wildest dreams, would never have imagined themselves to perform. The finale episode to be aired on Sunday, 22nd November will see the extremely competitive finalists putting their best foot forward in an attempt to outdo each other and win the audience’s hearts and votes.
Gauahar Khan has once again proved that she can push her limits, endure pain and go the extra mile to ensure that the act she presents her fans with is nothing short of spectacular and awe-inspiring. The actress performed the dragon dance at the finale, despite her Impingement syndrome and knee surgery. Despite pain, weakness and loss of movement at the shoulder, the actor rehearsed relentlessly delivering an ace performance. Gauahar shares, “For me, the dragon act was the toughest I have ever attempted as it required a lot of patience and strength of one’s back. The act was particularly challenging because of my impingement syndrome and the knee surgery I’d undergone. In this act, I had to hold the dragon continuously for many hours, but luckily I managed to pull it off. The result justified all the effort and pain!”