The first episode was a fun watch. Here's a few more insights into what you might get to witness throughout the season...
Govinda is back on TV after long. We all remember how great as a host he was in the game show Jeeto Chappar Phad Ke. Now he is back with a judge for Dance India Dance (DID) Super Moms. The first episode showed what all viewers can expect for the weeks to come as it was full of dance and super fun masti. The show, which gives moms a chance to follow their dreams is on its second season.
-Govinda began the show with his usual quirky style. He went to contestants and performed a small skit from a film of his. Contestants went gaga over his Raja Babu avatar and that set the mood for the show.
-Geeta Kapoor was fab as a dance judge. She showed her dance steps along when she matched steps with Govinda. Then she moved on to prove her mettle with her scrutiny in judging the performers. There were some very good contestants, who were looking promising, but when Geeta explained their flaws to them, it really felt that she knew her profession way better than anyone else.
-Terrence Lewis gave his necessary inputs at junctures wherever necessary. Among the judges he was the one who kept a low profile during the show but he did give the contestants some great important inputs whenever necessary.
The first episode was more about selecting contestants who would perform in the episodes to come. It was a preliminary selection for the mega finals where these selected contestants would compete against each other. The show is all set to air every Saturday and Sunday for the forthcoming few months. We hope to see some solid dance performances in the episodes to come ahead. For all you people who missed it today. Have a sneak peak here below. Also don't forget to leave your comments below about the show.
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