One of the most talked-about shows on the Indian small screen, Sony Entertainment Television’s Super Dancer – Chapter 4 is receiving the love of the audience for its interesting content and phenomenal kids’ talent. After announcing its Super 13 contestants, this weekend, in the Grand Premier, the judges and the audience will witness outstanding performances of the contestants as they set foot on the stage with their choreographers for the first time.
Amid a variety of Western dance forms by Super 13, the judges were particularly impressed with Contestant Pratiti Das’s classical act. Contestant Pratiti, who hails from West Bengal, has been paired up with Choreographer Shweta Warrier, who’s known for Street-O-Classical, which is an amalgamation of Bharatnatyam along with freestyle Western dance moves. The two performed on the song ‘More Piya’ from the film Devdas.
Geeta Kapur, who showered praises for Shweta and Pratiti’s act, said, “It’s difficult to showcase new variations in this dance form; it’s a big task. We have so many dance forms, still people have adapted more to Western forms. But, to keep their interest levels intact in Indian dance form is something that you guys have managed to do. I can see a new generation of a fabulous dancer coming up. Shweta and Pratiti, outstanding work!”
Shilpa Shetty Kundra added that she found their “Bhumi Bhanjan Nritya Pradarshan as Super Se Bhi Uperrr”. She said, “Shweta, you are unbelievably graceful. Pratiti is lucky to have found a guru like you.”
Later, Pratiti’s mother joined her and Shweta on stage, and the three danced on ‘Piya Tose Naina’ and enthralled the judges with their graceful classical moves.