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DID L’il Masters


Dance India Dance L’il Masters

Dance India Dance L’il Masters is a reality dance show which is aired on Indian satellite television channel Zee TV. The Grand Master of Dance India Dance Seasons 1 and 2, Mithun Chakraborty (affectionately known as “Mithun Da“), promised to create a version of Dance India Dance for younger kids after noticing many talented younger kids had been auditioning and had to be turned away due to the age restriction.

Current Status

Currently, the season is airing its audition episodes. Auditions were held Chandigarh, Delhi, Guwahati, Jaipur, Kolkatta, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, Patna, and Vadodara . From these locations, a grand total of 100 kids were selected, receiving “super wings.” The judges of the auditions were the judges from Seasons 1 and 2: Geeta Kapoor, Terence Lewis, and Remo D’Souza, along with one of the judges for L’il Masters, Sandip Soparrkar.

From Top 100 to the Super 16

The top 100 kids will soon be going to the Mega Auditions in Mumbai. From the top 100, the 16 best stars will be selected and divvied up into the 4 teams of 4 kids each.

Judges

The judges are choreographer-turned-filmmakerFarah Khan and ballroom dance expert Sandip Soparrkar.

Mentors

The team mentors are as follows: Jay Kumar Nair, Mayuresh-Vrushali from DID Season 1 and Amrita Mitra and Dharmesh Yelande from DID Season 2.

Fast Facts!

Judges: Farah Khan and Sandip Soparrkar

Mentors: Jay Kumar Nair, Mayuresh-Vrushali from DID Season 1 and Amrita Mitra and Dharmesh Yelande from DID Season 2.

Format: There will be 16 top dancers, and each mentor team above gets 4 kids each.

Expect: Guest appearances by Grand Master Mithun Da every now and then. :D

A note to remember

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