Nach Baliye 9: Anita Hassanandani & Rohit Reddy decide to take off to Goa with team to unwind and rehearse

Anita Hassanandani took to social media as she wrote, "We’ve been so exhausted, we’ve been rehearsing for 8-9 hours a day. So this week we are doing something really cool, just for a little location switch and just to try coming back with a bang."
Nach Baliye 9: Anita Hassanandani & Rohit Reddy decide to take off to Goa with team to unwind and rehearseNach Baliye 9: Anita Hassanandani & Rohit Reddy decide to take off to Goa with team to unwind and rehearse
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Being a part of a high-energy dance reality show for a non-dancer could get quite hectic and depleting. With all the hours of rehearsals every day and all that comes along with it, one can feel distressed over the weeks. And so, Anita Hassanandani and husband Rohit Reddy, who make for one of the most loved duos, have decided to make things a little different for themselves this week and have a plan in mind.

Anita and Rohit have decided to take their choreography team to Goa for a location and mood change owing to the hectic schedule that they have had to deal with. While they plan on unwinding themselves in Goa, they also have plans of rehearsing their so that their minds are relaxed and moods refreshed. Anita took to social media as she wrote, "We’ve been so exhausted, we’ve been rehearsing for 8-9 hours a day. So this week we are doing something really cool, just for a little location switch and just to try coming back with a bang, we have decided to go to Goa for 3 days with our team. We are taking our team to Goa and we are going to rehearse there and hopefully, we are going to prepare a great performance. I think a little mood change in a reality show like this really helps. We are really excited, I am going to share as many pictures and videos as I can from Goa."

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Well, that does sound quite like a plan and we'd love to see how this plan here pans out! Taking your work to Goa does seem quite an example, doesn't it?

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