One of the most loved television series India’s best dancers again. A chance for prospective artists to display their talents is provided by India’s Best Dancer. On April 8, the third and most recent season of it debuted. Thus, the third season of India’s Best Dancer is anticipated to be even larger and better than the first two.
The top 13 competitors for India’s Best Dancer Season 3 have been selected after arduous rounds of auditions and the Super Auditions. The competition is broadcast on Sony Entertainment Television. Judges Sonali Bendre, Geeta Kapur, and Terence Lewis, the judges selected them.
In this season Norbu Tamang, Sushmita Tamang, and Akshay Pal from West Bengal are among the top 13 competitors. Boogie LLB from West Bengal, Samarpan Lama, Shivam Wankhede, Vipul Khandpal, Aniket Chauhan, Anjali Mamgai, Shivanshu Soni from Madhya Pradesh, Apeeksha Londhe from Maharashtra, and Ram Bisht from Punjab are among the participants. Hansvi Tonk is from Uttar Pradesh.
Aniket Chauhan, a dancer from New Delhi who Terence Lewis has dubbed the “Charlie Chaplin of Dance,” was the first contender to be chosen for the Behtareen Teerah.
Shivam Wankhede, hailed from Maharashtra, attracted fans with his eccentric nature, which was on display in his Bollywood-style dance performance to the song Ke Pag Ghunghroo Bandh Meera. Terence Lewis and Geeta Kapur gave Hansvi from Uttar Pradesh a standing ovation after she sang a stunning kathak performance of the song Oh Ho Ho Ho. Later, Anjali Mamgai from Uttarakhand defied expectations on stage with her kind demeanor and potent rendition of the song Kabhi Aar Kabhi Paar. Terence praised her for her “chummeshwari” performance, which won over the judges.
Furthermore, Samarpan Lama from Maharashtra won the contest and was instantly chosen to join the Behtareen Teerah. Vipul Khandpal from Delhi created a lovely ambiance full of tenderness and high on emotions while dancing to the musical tune Piya Re Piya Re. Shivanshu Soni from Madhya Pradesh demonstrated his dancing prowess by dazzling the judges with a stunning blend of kathak and freestyle dance on the song Judaai in the big audition round.
All of the audience members were moved by Ram Bisht’s contemporary performance. Thus, the judges were awestruck by Apeeksha Londhe’s flawless dance abilities as well as her kind spirit. Apeeksha, a native of Maharashtra, wowed everyone with her passionate modern performance on Teri Meri Prem Kahani.
On stage, Madhya Pradesh native Akshay Pal electrified the audience with his flawless popping technique to the song Ek Pal Ka Jeena.
West Bengal natives Norbu and Sushmita Tamang impressed everyone with both their adorable relationship and their powerful individual performances. Also applauded was Norbu’s hip hop dance on Gustakh Dil Tere Liye. With her blend of animation and popping on the song Manike, Sushmita astounded the judges and lit the stage on fire.