Sonali Bendre to join Terence Lewis and Geeta Kapur for ‘India’s Best Dancer’ Season 3 : Read Now

Sony Entertainment Television is ready to release its dance reality programme, “India’s Best Dancer Season 3,” giving remarkable talent a platform to display their talent. Following the outstanding success of the first two seasons, the show is back for a third time.

This season, which ushers in a new era of dance, will honour those competitors whose moves will demonstrate what they stand for, adhering to the season’s hashtag, #HarMoveSeKarengeProve. The classy Sonali Bendre will join Geeta Kapur and Terence Lewis on the jury, who will be repeating their roles as judges. India’s Best Dancer Season 3 premieres on April 8 at 8 p.m. exclusively on Sony Entertainment Television.

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Contestants will only have 90 seconds to wow the judges with at least three impressive movements during the auditions in order to continue on in the competition. Judge Sonali Bendre will assess the acts based on “emotions and entertainment,” Terence Lewis will assess the “technique” for quality, and Geeta Kapur will assess the manoeuvres for “newness.” The judges will crown the Top 12 contestants as the “Best Barah” during the Grand Premiere, and they will meet their individual mentors for the remainder of their journey at that time. To proceed and win the coveted title of “India’s Best Dancer,” these 12 contestants must continue to wow the judges and audience.

Dance master Terence Lewis, who will be evaluating the competitors on “Technique,” discussed what to expect from the contestants this season. He said, “I’m very happy to come back as a judge for season 3.” “It’s going to be a fun roller coaster ride of emotions, entertainment, and, needless to say, lots of Chumeshwari performances.”

Sonali Bendre showed her pleasure when speaking about her decision to become a first-time judge on the programme, adding, “There is something special about seeing a dancer in action—the skill, finesse, emotions, handwork, dedication, joy, sadness, success, failure—they bring it all to life in their movement.”

Celebrity choreographer Geeta Kapur, who would be scoring participants on their “newness” factor, continued to speak about returning to the show as a judge, saying, “I am thrilled about the third season of India’s Best Dancer, because with every season you get to witness something different and unique owing to the spectacular dancing talent that comes from across the nation. Every contestant brings something innovative, be it in the choreography or a dance style, which truly leaves us amazed. “When it comes to judging the contestants, my department is newness, so along with some hatke dancing, I’m looking for someone who has a personality quirk as well, and how they bring alive that quirk through their dance.”