Super Dancer

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Super Dancer
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GenreDance
Reality
Created byAshish Golwalkar
Ranjeet Thakur
Ujjwal Anand
Arvind Rao
Presented byJay Bhanushali(Replacement for Ritvik in season 2)
Paritosh Tripathi
Rithvik Dhanjani
JudgesShilpa Shetty Kundra
Geeta Kapoor
Anurag Basu
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons03
No. of episodes60 as of 20 January 2019
Production
Producer(s)Ranjeet Thakur
Hemant Ruprell
Production location(s)Mumbai, India
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time70 minutes approx.
Production company(s)Frames Production
DistributorSony Pictures Networks
Release
Original networkSony Entertainment Television
Sony Entertainment Television Asia
Picture format576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release10 September 2016 – Present
External links
Website

Super Dancer is an Indian Hindi kids dance reality television series, which airs on Sony Entertainment Television and Sony Entertainment Television Asia.The winner of season 1 of this series is Ditya Bhande and Bishal Sharma is the winner of Super Dancer Chapter 2.[1] The series is produced by Ranjeet Thakur and Hemant Ruprell for their production house Frames Production.[2]

Concept[edit]

The show Super Dancer - Dance Ka Kal aims to find a kid prodigy who has the potential to be the future of dance. The kids are aged between 4 and 13 years of age. They are not only required to have 3Ds of dancing - Desire, Discipline and Determination - but also should be a keen learner, adaptable to all dance styles and circumstances and should be a passionate dancer with a unique personality. This show is an ideal opportunity for every kid to hone their talent and dancing skills. [3]

After the initial auditions and mega auditions, 12 Super Dancers are selected to be competing for the title of Dance Ka Kal (future of dance). They are each paired with one choreographer (Super Guru) who has a unique style similar to theirs. These Super Gurus train them, choreograph acts for them and also perform with them. The Super Dancers perform on Saturdays and along with their choreographers on Sunday. The performances are voted by the audience every week on the website or the SonyLiv App. On the basis of the number of votes, one kid is being eliminated every week.

Judges[edit]

The show has 3 judges, namely:

Each of these judges has been a part of both the seasons of the show. The production house has retained all the 3 judges for the third season of the show.[4]

Season 1[edit]

This season was started from 10 September 2016 and last episode of this season was aired on 17 December 2016.

Participants[edit]

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Power Card Entry[edit]

Five contestants - Laxman Kumbhar, Siddhanth Damedhar (both of whom were eliminated from the show earlier), Lakshay Sinha (who couldn't perform earlier in the competition due to his injury), Tiyash Saha & Harsh Dhara (both standby contestants) were called back on 30 October 2016 to gain a Power Card Entry into the competition. The judges chose Laxman Kumbhar & Siddhanth Damedhar and they Re-entered the competition.

Winner

Ditya Sagar Bhande from Mumbai won the first season of Super dancer. Her choreographer was Ruel Dausan.

Season 2[edit]

This season was started from 30 September 2017 and last episode of this season was aired on 24 March 2018.

Participants[edit]

Contestant From Choreographer Notes
Bishal Sharma Jorhat, Assam Vaibhav Ghuge Winner
Ritik Diwaker Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh Pratik Utekar Finalist
Akash Thapa Dehradun, Uttarakhand Vivek Chachere Finalist
Vaishnavi Prajapati Panipat, Haryana Manan Sachdeva Finalist
Power card entry on 26 November 2017
Shagun Singh Bhilai, Chhattisgarh Aishwarya Radhakrishnan Eliminated on 18 March 2018
Akash Mitra Patna, Bihar Rishikaysh Jogadaand Power card entry on 26 November 2017

Eliminated on February 2018

Muskan Sharma Indore, Madhya Pradesh Paul Marshal Eliminated on 11 February 2018
Mishti Sinha Ahmednagar, Maharashtra Omkar Shinde

Palden Lama Mawroh

Left the show due to injury on 26 January 2018

Power card entry on 26 November 2017

Eliminated on 12 November 2017

Arushi Saxena Ludhiana, Punjab Nishant Bhat Eliminated on 14 January 2018
Vivek Jogdande Aurangabad, Maharashtra Ruel Dausan Varindani Eliminated on 19 November 2017
Jyoti Ranjan Sahu Bhubaneswar, Odisha Anuradha Iyengar Eliminated on 19 November 2017
Abir Rahman Kolkata, West Bengal Sonali Kar Eliminated on 12 November 2017
Kunal Jyoti Rabha Guwahati, Assam Palden Lama Mawroh Eliminated on 29 October 2017
Chandresh Delwar Indore, Madhya Pradesh Khushboo Gupta Eliminated on 29 October 2017

Power Card Entry[edit]

Three contestants, Vaishnavi Prajapati from Panipat with her Super Guru Manan, Akash Mitra from Patna with his Super Guru Rishikesh Jogdand and Mishti Sinha from Ahmednagar with her Super Guru Palden Lama Mowroh took a return on Power Card Entry. With top 9, voting started. For almost 6 weeks at a stretch, there was not a single elimination on the show. Firstly, Arushi Saxena (known as all rounder of the show) had to leave the show by normal elimination and provided the show Super 8. Mishti Sinha had to bid goodbye to the show due to an injury in her leg. Doctors suggested her to have respite and show got Super 7 .

Robo Girl Trend[edit]

Muskan Sharma termed as "robotic girl" of the show had set a trend of perfect indomitable robotics. She pursued such a different and tough dance form making many persons her fan. She performed robotics with contemporary and salsa which gave her a distinct look. Appreciated, she was said as trendsetter by shilpa shetty as the incredible girl invigorated and emboldened many other girls to chase robotics. Her Super Guru Paul always tried to present a message in her dance in which they were invincible. But voted less till super 7, she was eliminated.

5-Year Old Dancers[edit]

Akash Mitra is an amazing child on the show. He is super cute and seems to be Anurag Basu’s favorite. He is always indifferent to all the situations and is termed as "God Ka Favourite Bachcha". With his Super Guru Rishikesh, this 5 year old showcase his talent in many styles. He is majorly seen in feud with his friend Vaishnavi. he later got eliminated just before top 5.

Vaishnavi is a 5 year old talented girl on the show who gets tickled easily. Judges were shocked when they come to know about her handicapped but willing mentor. She and her Super Guru Manan does simple but effective acts on the stage without getting encumbered.

Varun's Kind Gesture[edit]

Moved by the plight of one of the contestants Ritik Diwaker, bollywood actor Varun Dhawan decides to sponsor the 11-year-old boy’s education.

In the day of grand finale, Ritik danced on a medley of songs, including “Bulleya”, “Dil Diyan Gallan” and the title track of Dangal, and Varun was impressed. He’s seen some of his earlier acts too and was bowled over by his happy feet. When he learnt that Ritik’s father, Gaurishankar Diwaker, is unable to work as his left hand is nonfunctional, Varun decided to help the child as he didn’t want his studies to suffer.

Season 3[edit]

After successfully completing 2 awesome Seasons, Super Dancer is all set to hit the TV screens with the 3rd chapter. The Broadcast has been started from 29th December 2018.

Participants[edit]

Contestants From Choreographer Notes
Gourav Sarwan Jaipur, Rajasthan Amardeep Singh Natt
Tejas Verma Mumbai, Maharashtra Tushar Shetty
Jayshree Gogoi Guwahati, Assam Anuradha Iyengar
Avastha Thapa Darjeeling Aryan Patra
Saksham Sharma Ludhiana, Punjab Vaibhav Ghauge
Akshit Bhandari Badowala, Dehradun Vivek Chachere
Pritam Kumar Katihar, Bihar Prateek Utekar
Rupsa Batabyal Nishant Bhat
Ridesh Bashyal Butwal, Nepal Shivani Patel
Devika Nair Aishwariya Radhakrishnan
Jay Chauhan Etah, Uttar Pradesh Sanam Johar
Nikhil Baghel Shyam Yadav

See also[edit]

Super Dancer Season 2: Winner Name 2018 [5] [6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Super Dancer Chapter 2 : Bishal Sharma from Assam wins the show," The GenX Times, 24 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Sony's four new shows from different genres". Indian Television. 14 May 2016. Retrieved 16 May 2016.
  3. ^ "Super Dancer Official Site". superdancer.sonyliv.com. Retrieved 2016-09-23.
  4. ^ "Shilpa Shetty, Anurag Basu and Geeta Kapoor interacted with media at the launch of Super Dancer 3". The Indian Express. 20 December 2018. Retrieved 24 December 2018.
  5. ^ "VARUN DHAWAN TO SPONSOR SUPER DANCER 2 CONTESTANT RITIK DIWAKER'S EDUCATION". Mumbai Mirror. Indian Times. Retrieved 4 April 2018.
  6. ^ "SUPER DANCER CHAPTER 3 CONTESTANTS NAME LIST, AGE, AND HOMETOWN". Digihunt. Digihunt. Retrieved 13 January 2019.

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