I really liked the concept of this show
Says Riteish Deshmukh who is glad to be a part of the dance reality talent show on small screen, 'India's Dancing Superstar'A Tanuja M 'India's...
Says Riteish Deshmukh who is glad to be a part of the dance reality talent show on small screen, 'India's Dancing Superstar'A Tanuja M 'India's Dancing Superstar' on Star Plus has been launched and Bollywood actor Riteish Deshmukh is excited to be one of the judges on the panel along with choreographers Geeta Kapur and Ashley Lobo. The show which aims to provide a platform to the most passionate and talented dancers in India is unique because there is no barrier of age, dance form or style. The show will start screening on April 27. Riteish says, "Today Indian television's reach has become so wide that no longer it should be referred to as small. It is wrong to call TV a small screen as all around the globe, it is actually the biggest screen. We always relate big-screen with films, but that is only in terms of the size and not the reach." Riteish, who turned producer with the Marathi film "Balak Palak", will next be seen on celluloid in the adult comedy film "Grand Masti". In the meantime, he says he took up the show since he liked the concept, "Quite a few TV shows were offered to me earlier too but this is one concept that I really liked and now I am glad to be a part of this show. The nature of the show is very unique from the current dance shows on television. We received an overwhelming response in the 16 cities that we had the auditions at." Ritesh who loves dance says that he learned dance as a child by watching Mithun Chakravarty. "In Bollywood, I also like Govinda's dancing style the most and then Hrithik Roshan who I feel is just too perfect. However, it is always fun to watch Govinda dance." Talking about his own dance skills, Ritesh says, "I enjoy dancing but after seeing such great dancing talent on 'India's Dancing Superstars', I would like to rate myself in the negative when it comes to dancing. In my film career, I have done almost 20 songs with Remo D'Souza, four songs with Geeta Kapur, 15 songs with Farah Khan, and around 20 songs with Bosco-Ceaser. It has been a great journey for me to work with so many talented choreographers."
21 Jan 2020 9:05 PM GMT