Get to know real Sana Saeed through 'Jhalak..'

Mumbai, July 22 (IANS) Sana Saeed says that the best thing about "Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa" is that it allows her to be herself and viewers can see her real self.

"I think somewhere, when the audience likes you...it's nice. 'Jhalak...' is a reality show, people will know what I have become," Sana, known for playing Shah Rukh Khan's on-screen daughter in "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, told IANS.

"It is not a character, which I have to play or a dialogue which I have to say. This is the best thing about the reality shows," she added.

The actress also added that she loves to dance, but hasn't got any professional training.

"I haven't learnt dancing. But when you like to dance, you take a couple of classes; so I have learnt a bit...'Jhalak' is a huge platform to showcase yourself. Also, you get to perform with a trained choreographer, which is a plus," she said.

Among eight other contestants, the actress views international dancer Lauren Gottlieb as the biggest competition in the show.

"I think Lauren would be the biggest competition...I feel she is in another league of dancing. I can't compare myself to her, as she is a dancer. She is beautiful and dances really well."

"But I also like Drashti Dhami and her choreographer Salman. I think everyone is doing something outstanding and beautiful," she said.

The show also sees Shaan, Mukti Mohan, Karanvir Bohra, Siddharth Shukla, Karan Patel, and "India's Got Talent" winners Sonali and Sumant.

As for her future plans, she will do that after the stint on the sixth season of "Jhalak..." which comes on Colors and is being judged by Madhuri Dixit, Karan Johar and Remo D'Souza.

"I am not taking up anything right now. I take one thing at a time because I like to do one thing properly... otherwise you are not able to perform anywhere," she said.

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