Kareena, Taimur are Super Dancer 4 fans: “We both enjoy the show together”

Recently, Kareena Kapoor revealed that she and his elder son, Taimur Ali Khan love the show Super Dancer 4. She also talked about her favourite contestant on the show, Pari and showered her with praises.

Kareena Kapoor and her son Taimur Ali Khan are Super Dancer 4 fans, according to the 40-years-old actress. Kareena confessed to her sister, actress Karisma Kapoor, called her during her recent appearance on the show.

Karisma Kapoor appeared as a special guest on the recently aired episode of Super Dancer 4. She is filling in for Shilpa Shetty who is engaged with the controversy regarding Raj Kundra’s arrest.


During the show, a contestant named Pari dazzled Karisma with her dance and her interest in Kareena. As per the reports of Pinkvilla, Karishma called her sister, Kareena and the ‘Jab We Met’ actress told Pari, “Main aapki fan hun, kyunki maine aapka dance dekha hai… and kya dance karti hain aap! (I’m your big fan because I have seen you dance and what a performer you are!) I wish I was there so that I could have seen your dance live. Actually, I am a fan of Super Dancer because itne saare talented contestants hai (because there are so many talented contestants). But Pari, you have won my heart. I want to say that Taimur also loves Super Dancer and wo bhi aap sabhi ka fan hai (He’s also a big fan of you all)! We both enjoy the show together.”

Karisma also opened up about her childhood with Kareena, she said, “Main bohot bholi thi…(I was very naive) woh (Kareena) bohot natkhat (She was very naughty). Since childhood, Kareena was a very inquisitive child. Usko knowledge ka bohot shauq tha (She was a curious child). She would always keep gauging everything in life, to gain knowledge… since a young age.”

She continued, “Mujhe actually school main na, dance, debating, competitions… in sab cheezon main bohot shauq tha (I was interested in dance, debating and competitions when I was in school).”

Giving inspiration to people on the show and encouraging them to pursue their hobbies, she concluded, ” I was very sporty and artistic. But we all have to study, right? Education sab se important hai. But you should also pursue your hobbies. I think that’s what I did.”