Sony TV’s child’s move unscripted TV drama Super Dancer Chapter 3 will see another power stuffed end of the week. As the show is very nearly its finale every one of the candidates are investigating every possibility to cause their watchers to pursue their move. One such candidate is 9-year-old Tejas Verma from Maharashtra who has picked up an enormous fan following with his exhibitions. The janta as well as the famous people have appeared at these gifted children.
In the up and coming scene of the show, Tejas will be seen playing out a two part harmony with Ex-Super Dancer victor Ditya Bhande from Mumbai on the tune ‘Chammak challo’. Both the entertainers will be seen testing and mixing new age Bollywood move moves with hip-jump. After a fruitful win on Super Dancer, Ditya proceeded to be a piece of well known Tamil film named, ‘Laxmi’. In their exhibition, Tejas and Ditya hilariously delineated how Mamaji (Paritosh Tripathi) plays with Shilpa Shetty Kundra.
Later in the show, Tejas and Ditya will likewise be seen performing in a trio with Super Guru Tushar on the melody, ‘Man Mohini.’. Awed by his exhibition Shilpa referenced, “In the whole melody of 24 beats Tejas and Ditya didn’t miss even a solitary beat which was excellent. I needed to remain in the middle of the exhibitions to value the move moves at the same time, I was confounded when to stand since all the move steps were similarly astonishing.”
Further in the show, Tejas got a guard shock by Ex-Super master of Super Dancer Ruel who played out a hip-bounce section with his troop ‘I am Hip-jump’. In addition, pro move choreographer Remo Dsouza’s sent a video message for Tejas and referenced, “I observe every one of the exhibitions of Tejas on Super Dancer Chapter 3. I value the manner in which he keeps his soul and vitality high in the entirety of his exhibitions. My vote is bolted for ‘Ravine kid’ Tejas Verma”.
As the show is nearly its finale, it’s the ideal opportunity for the crowds to vote in favor of the potential candidate and help them win the pined for title of, ‘Move ka Kal’.