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Now Karisma Kapoor as ‘Super Dancer-4’ co-judge in place of Shilpa Shetty

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Considering the media-tsunami of controversy following alleged bold explicit-content OTT content crime-scandal involving her entrepreneur husband Raj Kundra, it was ‘not unexpected’ – by Chaitanya Padukone

When the otherwise dedicated actress-model- Shilpa Shetty-Kundra reportedly gave a ‘skip’ to her popular family-home-audience reality dance TV show ‘Super Dancer-4’,. Which resulted in her ‘no show’ , where she is a co-‘judge’ at the Film City studio shoot yesterday .

However, as usual, the other two celebrity mentor-judges eminent choreographer Geeta Kapur and top film director Anurag Basu were present.

Promptly, the TV Channel and the show producers reportedly decided to bring in the effervescent Karisma Kapoor as an emergency replacement ‘co-judge’ in keeping with the filmy mantra—‘the-show-must-go-on’.

It may be recalled that only recently Karisma had been invited as a special celeb guest on the same TV dance-reality show.

Where the amazing dance contestants performed to various evergreen filmy retro-chartbusters picturised on Karisma and her co-stars including ‘Phoolon Sa Chehra Tera’ track from her hit movie ‘Anari’ (1993).

In other words, Karisma who is a graceful agile dancer (remember her fabulous solo dancing in the 1997 Yash Chopra-directed movie ‘Dil To Pagal Hai’ ) had unknowingly familarized herself with the format of the Super-Dancer show and was seen enjoying being a ‘celeb-guest’.

For how long and for how many TV episodes will charismatic Karisma Kapoor be replacing ‘judge’ slim-svelte Shilpa Shetty ( known for her frequent ‘super-sey-ooper’ cheer-peppy phrase and elevated signature-victory pose-stance on the dance show) is obviously a difficult-dicey guess.

In the past, when Shilpa was down with Corona-Virus and taken a medical-break from the TV show, she was temporarily ‘replaced’ by fitness-icon-dancer Malaika Arora.

Meanwhile, Shilpa seems to be steadily eliciting moral support from her film-industry well-wisher friends, including the likes of the outspoken Rakhee Sawant .

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