Getting a seedhi standing ovation from a judge is the penultimate gesture of appreciation on Sony Entertainment Television’s popular reality show, Super Dancer – Chapter 4, and contestant Sanchit Chanana had two, Remo. D’souza climbing the ranks after the electrification of the first. performance. The talented boy, along with his “ guru ” Vartika, took inspiration from Shah Rukh Khan and Malaika Arora’s iconic act, Chhaiya Chhaiya.
The song was originally choreographed by Farah Khan, who said, “Even if I put it on a train, I think Sanchit will dance the same … I now know why Shilpa (Judge Shilpa Shetty Kundra) calls you the ‘jhatka King’. I see you in the top 3. You really have the potential to go all the way to the end of the series.
His performance left Farah and Remo D’souza moved, while Geeta Kapur, who followed the 10-year-old’s journey in Super Dancer – Chapter 3, praised him for bringing a ‘dance tsunami’ to scene. He was fired from last season to work on his talent and his comeback, and what a comeback he made this time around. The young boy is from Nakodar, Jalandhar, Punjab, and is distinguished by his unique dance moves – mostly popping – which are supported by impeccable and incredible footwork. The judges were left to ask for more, and Remo succeeded when he asked Sanchit to put up a solo act on the song, Bezubaan. All three were impressed with the impromptu performance and encouraged Sanchit to pursue his passion.
“What you do has the capacity to become a cult. People will start to follow him. It will become the “Sanchit style”, “said Remo D’souza, while Geeta Kapur also expressed his confidence that he will become a” pioneer “.
Watch Sanchit’s standout performance in the next episode of Super Dancer – Chapter 4, this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, at 8 p.m., only on Sony TV.
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