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Dance India Dance N. America to be shot in Mumbai; Nakul Dev Mahajan to judge
MUMBAI: After shooting Dance India Dance Supermoms North America in India, Zee TV America is now all set to shoot Dance India Dance North America 2015 in Mumbai during the month of July.
Joining the jury panel for this season will be the man who made Michelle Obama dance to his beats, Nakul Dev Mahajan, choreographer of America’s popular TV show ‘So You Think You Can Dance’.
DID North America will get grander this season, and 20 finalists have been selected from over 18,000 entries received. These 20 finalists will fly to Mumbai and compete for the title of DID North America 2015.
Zee TV Americas GM Sameer Targe said, “This is the fourth season of Dance India Dance North America and every year we strive to take it a notch higher. This is not just a show for us, this is a platform where we try to give back to our community and take people closer to their dreams and passion. I truly feel that there could be no one better choice than Nakul Dev Mahajan to judge our very talented South Asian Gen Y.”
Mahajan, an America Bollywood choreographer and dancer, has been choreographing and dancing for over 25 years. He has choreographed for all the major TV networks and is best known for his work on ‘So You Think You Can Dance.’
Mahajan added, “Dance India Dance is a household name and the North America chapter is such a huge platform for the second generation of aspiring dancers to showcase their talents. Not only am I honoured to be a part of the judging panel, but also excited to see these kids rock that stage.”