The sixth season of Dance+ has made a splendid comeback after 2 years. In the upcoming episodes on Thursday and Friday, viewers will witness the top 15 contestants as they dance their way into your hearts with their breath-taking moves that will have you glued to your screens. As if the show didn't have enough reasons to watch, we're giving you another; the one of the top rappers and singers of the country, Badshah, will grace the sets of Dance+ Season 6 with his larger-than-life entry.
This week, entertainment and excitement will reach new heights, as the captains will be seen giving the contestants challenges to include in their performances. Basis Captain Shakti Mohan’s challenge contestants will have to use the element of paper in their dance. One such act that will stand out in this challenge will be that of Pratik Surve from Punit J Pathak’s team. His enticing dance style and romantic act will have all captains including Super Judge Remo D’Souza and Special guest Badshah hooked.
Impressed with Pratik’s impeccable dance act, Badshah said, “Challenge accepted, challenge murdered!” He further added, “The way you used the paper was so effortless and amazing; I didn't even realise that you were using paper. The dance execution was so good, it gave me goosebumps; I almost cried at the end.”
On watching the romantic performance, Captain Salman Y Khan remembered his first love story and said, “Pratik, through your dance act today, you have shown an important part of my life. I’ll tell you how, I have had only one girlfriend all my life, and today she stands as the mother of my child; my wife. Back in the day when we started dating, I only had 20 rupees in my pocket and a Kinetic Honda. But my wife had already started working from our college days; she was an Air Hostess and earned 2.5 lakhs which was a very big amount in 2004. During those years when we went to the coffee shops, my male ego wouldn’t allow her to pay the food bills. I always wanted to pamper her and get her what she wants. Her favourite coffee used to be Frappe which was worth 60 rupees but she would still order a Cappuccino worth 15 rupees because she knew that is what I could afford. In those moments, I knew I cannot leave her side the way she never left mine; we have been through it all together.”