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Dance Deewane 2: Choreographer Dharmesh Refuses to Rate a Performance!

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Dance Deewane 2: Choreographer Dharmesh Refuses to Rate a Performance!

Hues’ Dance Deewane is a one-stop goal for boundless diversion and marvelous ability. Exciting science between the judges’ trio Madhuri Dixit, Shashank Khaitan and Tushar Kalia and a portion of giggling that host Arjun Bijlani unites in front of an audience puts a power-pressed scene consistently.

Observing Bollywood extraordinary this week the watchers will observer the judges dressed as notable characters from various motion pictures. Three breathtaking on-screen characters and artists Dharmesh Yelande, Punit Pathak and Raghav Juyyal will likewise join our judges to assist the stimulation remainder in obvious Bollywood style. Staying aware of the topic, Dharmesh was dressed as Dharmendra from Sholay, Punit Pathak was Shah Rukh Khan from Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Raghav was Amir Khan from Rangeela.

While the judges and visitors were left dazed by every one of the exhibitions and missed the mark concerning words to value each and every presentation, there was one such execution by Rupesh Solanki and R Balaji Raj Gopalan otherwise known as Raghu from the third era that Dharmesh genuinely associated with. He uncovered that Rupesh has likewise been his educator in the underlying phase of his vocation and he was the individual who gave him his first employment as a choreographer.

Offering his thanks, Dharmesh Yelande stated, “I am not qualified to remark on this exhibition, as Rupesh Ji is my sir. He was the person who offered me my first employment as a choreographer when I required it the most at an essential period of my life. Regardless of where I am independent of my position, I will consistently be appreciative to him. He gave a lift to my certainty and roused me and consistently instructed me to pursue my enthusiasm for move. Today, I feel honored to see him moving even at his age with twofold the vitality.”

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