Dance Plus is one of the most awaited dance reality shows in India. The popular show is now awaiting its third season and we are ready with our dancing shoes.
Much similar to the last two seasons, this one will also witness the same mentors Shakti Mohan, Dharmesh Yelande and Punit Pathak and Remo D’souza as the super judge. But this season will be ‘Ek level up’.
To know why this season will be a notch higher than the last two, we spoke to one of the most loved mentors Dharemsh Yelande, and he was happy to share with us the details of the exciting new season.
The talented dancer, choreographer and actor shared, “Dance Plus always comes up with new surprises, and this time it will shock the viewers. This time people will showcase never seen before dance forms by international artists, and our contestants have to beat them.”
He further added, “The competition will be very tough this time but we all are ready for it. Also Raghav (host) will do some new kind of hosting which will be fun and entertaining for the audience.”
Speaking more about the challenges, he said, “New challenges will be there in each episode. Even we are not aware of the challenges that Remo sir have planned for us.”
When asked what happens to people who despite performing the shows don’t rise to fame, he said, “I feel bad about those talented people but there’s a different aspect to it too. Once you achieve something, don’t settle for it. You have to work harder to maintain the consistency. Competition is increasing day by day. Even I get nervous sometimes, that what will I do after this show. Hard work and passion is the only key to success.”
When quizzed what is more difficult, contesting or judging, he quipped, “Contesting is far easier than judging. Judging is a very big responsibility.”
Sharing about his upcoming projects, he said, “I’m shooting Nawabzaade and one more movie with Remo sir. Actually I never thought a small man like me who used to sell Usal pav will become an actor one day. It’s a very big thing for me. After ABCD I love acting now, but yes dance will always be my priority.”