Malaika Arora Was Terence’s Student 20 Years Ago
Indian dance reality shows have reached a global standard and the viewership is only increasing by the day. These dance shows are the most loved, watched and followed reality shows by the Indian audience. Reason being, the platform gives a chance to people across cities who want to peruse their dreams, the judges guide each contestant to better themselves and the host are a package of fun, drama and a link between the contestants and the judges.Very soon India’s next biggest dance reality show is set to be launched in February 2020 called, ‘India’s Best Dancer’ on Sony Entertainment Television. After the success of kids dance reality show, Super Dancer, Sony Entertainment Television will be giving a platform to talents over 15 to 30 years of age. The show will be judged by India’s three most renowned names who are always heard of when spoken about dance reality shows, they are Malaika Arora, Terence Lewis and Geeta Kapoor aka Geeta Maa.
The show will also witness a student who was training under Terence Lewis 20 years ago. And the student after 20 years will be seen judging the show along with Terence, it is none other than Malaika Arora. Yes, it is fact. Over the years both these personalities have judged several reality shows but will be witnessed judging the same show together for the first time in history.Terence Lewis shares, “Malaika Arora is truly a Diva when it comes to glamour, dance and expressions, no one can beat her I believe. Today when I recall, 20 years is a long time, she was passionate then and she still carries the same grace today also. I am looking forward to the show and I am sure we are only going to be looking at the best of best”.Stay tuned to Sony Entertainment Television this February 2020 to witness the best of best dance performances on India’s Best Dancer~
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