Suniel Shetty says, “Betiyan Laxmi ji ka roop hoti hain,” as he appreciates contestants’ performance in Dance Deewane


MUMBAI : This week on COLORS’ ‘Dance Deewane, the grand stage is transformed into an extravaganza based on the channel’s upcoming show ‘Laxmi Narayan – Sukh, Samarthya, Santoolan’. All the contestants are tasked with weaving various mythological tales into their acts. The Patro brothers depict the cherished bond between Lord Krishna and Sudama, while Anjali and Sharvari captivate the audience and judges alike with their mesmerizing Ashta Laxmi act, leaving everyone stunned. The judges of the show, the evergreen Madhuri Dixit Nene and Bollywood’s favorite Anna Suniel Shetty can’t stop gushing about the performances. Madhuri says, “Anjali Sharvari wakai aap dono dance karte karte twins lagne lage hain, Lakshmi sirf dhan ke roop me nahi hai mata ke roop me bhi hain, gyan ke roop me bhi hain aur aapne ye hume darsha ke dikhaya aaj thank you so much!” While Suniel Shetty says, “Aapko kyu aisa lagta hai Maa sirf mere ghar mein hain? Maa toh sabke gharo me hai unke 8 roop hai, aapka performance bahot khubsoorat tha, waise bhi betiyaan Laxmi ji ka roop hi hoti hai toh waise hi unka ashirvaad humare stage par bhi hai!”

As the show progresses, the spiritual knowledge around mythology continues to inspire one and all. Nitin and Gaurav’s rendition of Lord Krishna and Arjun’s act on Geeta Samvad from the Mahabharat leaves such an impact that Suniel Shetty is compelled to revisit the Bhagwat Geeta. Surprisingly, Yuvraj and Yuvansh deliver a serious performance on Vamana avatar, showcasing their versatility. Additionally, the teen ka tadka segment sees past winners and ex-contestants teaming up with current participants, adding a fun twist to their performances. Tarun, Tokjir and Aakash’s performance wows the judges, who stand mid performance until it ended and Madhuri whistles echo on the stage as the contestants’ choreographers earn appreciation. Meanwhile, Isha, Siddharth and Piyush’s performance was as marvelous as watching a film; everyone is so engrossed in their performance that it takes some time for them to snap out of its trance.

Adding a touch of generosity and tradition, Madhuri impressed by the performance of Nitin and Gaurav and Patro Brothers gives them 101 rupees each, while Sharvari and Anjali delight everyone by making 101 ladoos for a good husband, and later distribute them to everyone on set. Arriving as the cherry on the cake, singer Sukhwinder Singh graces the stage with his songs, prompting the audience, contestants, and judges alike to groove. Amid the fierce competition and high spirits, who will bid farewell to the grand dance floor this weekend?

Stay tuned to ‘Dance Deewane Co- Powered by Cadbury Dairy Milk & Chupa Chups, trusted partner -Garnier color Naturals, special partner Berger Anti-Dust airing every Saturday and Sunday at 9:30 PM only on COLORS.

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