The concept is simple. Ten of the hottest glam dolls will mentor aspiring item girls as they fight it out for the crown of India's next Dancing Queen. The team behind the show said post Madhuri there has been a void of sorts with no real dancing sensation in India. Unlike a number of other talent hunts, the makers assure that this show will be extremely high on glamour. And going by the first teaser which shows the girls grooving to Helen's chartbusters, this one promises to set the idiot boxes on fire.
The 10 girls who are all accomplished dancers said mentoring was a chance to learn as well as impart their experience and skills to newcomers. They said they didn't have any godfathers during their struggle but for the contestants it is an opportunity to make most of the initial advantage. According to the mentors, the contestants came from diverse backgrounds and some of them had very touching personal stories. So here's a look at the 10 gorgeous mentors.
The Judges: What makes the show even special are the judges. Bollywood's top dancing jodi Jeetendra and Hema Malini will be giving marks to the 10 teams. Both said though the dancing form was quite different to their times the one with grace and captivating body language would win.
Shabbir Ahluwalia returns as host
A day after we broke the news of Hema Malini being offered the judge’s role in Colors and SOL productions’ upcoming show Dancing Queen, it’s time to unravel the host. Stepping into the anchor’s shoes once again will be none other Shabbir Ahluwalia.
Shabbir didn’t respond to our call nor SMS. However, a reliable source, who is associated the show informs, “Since the show mainly involves girls, it was deemed fit to have a male as host. Shabbir is going to be the sole anchor of the show.”
Officials from Colors and SOL remained unavailable for comment.
This is only for the second time that viewers will get to see Shabbir as an anchor. He had earlier hosted the inaugural season of Nach Baliye. The actor is currently seen in Balaji’s Kayamath.