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‘Working with Remo sir turned out to be the best thing in my life,’ says Dharmesh Yelande. ByTeam Viva
The show Dance+ has not just steped up the competion but has got a theatrical feel as well. With a dash of comedy by Juyal who plays the annoying neighbour. “I’m playing the role of a neighbour who disturbs the mentors and the super judge in a comic way,” said Juyal. This new concept, anchoring as well as comedy is being appreciated by the studio audiences as well TV viewers.
The show is getting international coverage and contestants from countries like UK, USA, Russia, Bangladesh, Nepal and other countries have participated. “Dance+ has set an ultimate benchmark which has inspired dancers from all over the world to come and participate in the show,” said Yelande. People are eagerly watching out for Remo’s squad and how they fare against these participants .
Yelande has been working with D’Souza right from second season of Dance India Dance. He said, “Working with Remo sir turned out to be the best thing in my life. I had been following him before DID and I never knew we would develop such a bond.” Juyal too looks up to D’Souza, he said, “He is the most motivating person I has ever seen. Working with him makes me feel safe and confident.”
With Remo D’Souza as the super judge, the show has three mentors Dharmesh Yelande, Shakti Mohan and Punit Pathak with four contestants in each team.
The tag line of the show is Ek Level Up, which indicates that it is a step up, from the two previous seasons. The show brings to the fore a whole new concept and a new squad of five international dancing stars which will give a tough competition to the Indian dancers. This time the competition will be tougher and only the best of the best will be able to make it to the finals.
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