Dharmesh's Sentimental Return to 'Dance + Pro' for the 'Jhaama Challenge' Sparks Nostalgia
Judged by the talented Remo D'Souza, the show features captains like Shakti Mohan, Punit Pathak, and Rahul Shetty, showcasing a diverse range of talent and performances from this season's contestants.
Sangeeta Phogat Believes Dance is a Heartfelt Expression, Meant to be Felt
Teaming up with choreographer Bharat Ghare, Sangeeta Phogat shared her perspective on the show, expressing gratitude for the opportunity it has presented amidst her wrestling commitments. She sees this as a significant and enjoyable phase in her life.
'IBD 3': Raveena Tandon performs her iconic 'Tip Tip Barsa Paani'
In the upcoming weekend episodes of the dance reality show, Raveena will be seen as the special guest. The episodes, titled ‘Dance Diva Special’ will see the contestants leave no stone unturned to impress the stunning actress as they groove to some of her most iconic chartbusters.
Terence Lewis compares contestant's act in 'IBD 3' to Hollywood dancers Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly
In a head-to-head showdown, they will challenge each other's dancing skills and precision, giving it their all in a heart pounding 'Kaddi Takkar' in the upcoming episode.
Remo D'Souza gets emotional on set of 'Hip Hop India'
Remo shared a heartfelt message about his journey as a Hip Hop dancer. He revealed that Hip Hop was the reason why he began his dance career in the 1980s, while he was living in Jamnagar, Gujarat. He said the first thing that he learned from the dance form is that it is more than just dance, it is freedom.
Samuel L. Jackson, John David Washington to star in August Wilson's 'The Piano Lesson'
Oscar winner Samuel L. Jackson and John David Washington will star in the feature film, reprising their roles from the highly successful Broadway revival of Wilson's play, which recently concluded its run at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, reports 'Variety'. Set in 1936 Pittsburgh during the aftermath of the Great Depression, 'The Piano Lesson' follows the lives of the Charles family, a household led by Doaker Charles (Jackson), and an heirloom, the family piano, which is decorated with designs carved by an enslaved ancestor. Washington plays Boy Willie, Doaker's nephew, a role Jackson originated in the 1987 production.