Tarun Nihalani has been selected in the final 18 of national-level dance show So you think you can dance: Ab India ki Bari.
The former student of St Patric School, BYK and Bytco College shares his journey from Nashik to Mumbai with Nashikar.
I could have settled on that as my dancing school was doing well and I was getting a good response. Everyone in my family is into business, I am the only one who has chosen a different path.It was mostly self-learning.
Whenever my shooting is scheduled, I have to practice till 2.30am, get up at 5am, get ready with makeup and start shooting by 8am.
When asked to Tarun Nihalani about How difficult is it to get into reality shows?
It is not easy. It takes a lot of effort. Whatever you have learned so far, you have to put it together and then perform. Whenever my shooting is scheduled, I have to practice till 2.30am, get up at 5am, get ready with makeup and start shooting by 8am. The shoot goes on till 6 pm. At times, I don’t get to sleep for three days in a row. Reality shows take a toll on your mental and physical strength. Therefore, you have to be prepared and confident enough. You should enter with a strategy. For example, if I do five back flips in the practice session , but get injured during the practice, I lose out on the opportunity to perform. Then, there is no point of practicing so hard.