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Star Plus to launch ‘Dance+ 3’ on 1 July

MUMBAI: The third season of dance reality show ‘Dance+’ will air on Star Plus from 1 July, every Saturday and Sunday, at 8 pm. The show will replace couple dance show ‘Nach Baliye 8’.

This year, the contestants will face their toughest challenge yet—Remo’s squad, comprising five dancing stalwarts, highly respected and renowned all over the world. The participants will have to push themselves harder and challenge their limits, in order to compete not only with India’s best, but also, the world’s best dancers. In other words, they’ll have to go ‘Ek Level Up!’

The winner of ‘Dance+ 3’ will get a chance to feature in Remo D’Souza’s next film.

‘Dance+ 3′ brings back the popular team of the previous seasons—team captains Shakti Mohan, Dharmesh Yelande and Punit Pathak, and ace choreographer and Super Judge, Remo D’Souza. Raghav Juyal will host the season, engaging the audiences and the contestants with his impeccable sense of humour and wit.

Talking about the theme of the season, Super Judge Remo D’Souza said, “’Dance+’ has been a platform to contestants who are born to dance. This season, we’re raising the bar. Shakti, Punit and Dharmesh will train the contestants to become world-class performers. The challenge this year, is to go ‘Ek Level Up’ and it’ll be visible in all aspects—the concept, the selection process, the performances and the final reward!”

Dharmesh Yelande, who has choreographed many Bollywood movies, said, “’Dance+’ is more than just another dance reality show. It turns you into a complete performer. It tests not only the contestants, but also the mentors. It’s an experience in itself, and I consider myself very lucky to be associated with a project like this.”