Don't miss Neha Kakkar's 'oops' moment on stage with Aditya Narayan; watch viral video

The video was shared by Sony TV on the microblogging website

Don't miss Neha Kakkar's 'oops' moment on stage with Aditya Narayan; watch viral video

Neha Kakkar with Aditya Narayan. Photo credit: Screengrab/Twitter/Sony Tv.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, April 17

Indian Idol judge Neha Kakkar had an "oops" moments which is going insanely viral on all social media platforms.

In the throwback video, Neha was seen dancing with host Aditya Narayan. Aditya is holding Neha is in his arms when she slips and falls on stage.

The video was shared by Sony TV on the microblogging website.

“Chalo, Adi, aaj tumhara aur mera dance ho jaaye (let’s have a dance-off today)," read the caption.

The two were seen grooving to 'Dilbar'.

While Neha aces her killer moves, in a hilarious manner, Aditya tries to copy her, leaving co-judges – Vishal Dadlani and Anu Malik as well as the contestants in splits.

In the end, they tried to do a step together but Aditya lose grip of Neha and she tumbled down to the ground.

The incident happened during 'Indian Idol' season 11. 

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