Feb 10, 2010 (Calcutta Tube): With its super soaring success, Lux ‘Dance India Dance’ has already acquired a cult status. This particular episode will see the selection of ‘Behtareen 12’. In this wild card episode, apart from the eight contestants who have already been selected, grandmaster in this episode gives an opportunity to the eliminated contestants and the stand by contestants to try their luck once again and make a place in the ‘top 12’. These 12 contestants will be ultimately vying for the much sought after ‘Sunehri Taqdeeer ki topi’.
Some told the story of Charlie Chaplin; some flattered the masters through their Bollywood salsa acts; some tried their luck on ‘Lyrical Hip-Hop; some tried to steal hearts through some mind boggling stunts; some even tried to pass on a social message through their splendid contemporary drama.
But it was ‘Dharmesh Sir’ –Geeta’s trump card who stole the show and did what he does the best –popping and locking! Since the auditions, this was one of Dharmesh’s superlative performances and one that’s going to make him a rage across the Nation. Not only Geeta but even Remo and Terence were totally gung-ho about his superb performance. Everybody agreed in unison that if there was one person who deserved to make a comeback- it was definitely Dharmesh.
Apart from Dharmesh, few others who deserve a mention for their unbeatable acts are- Jack Samuel Gill. Jack is an NRI from Norway who is primarily a contemporary dancer. He along with Ameeth performed a unique dance form called ‘Lyrical Hip- hop’ on the song ‘saali khushi’. Amrita Mitra from Durgapur West Bengal also ‘wowed’ the master’s first through her salsa act and then her solo contemporary number. The Charlie Chaplin act presented by Remo Ke Rangeeley– Naresh, Sajaan and Meenu was a very interesting number and also an endearing one.
May the best contestant come back!