Salman Khan, Daisy Shah had fun on 'Dance India Dance'
The dance reality show Dance India Dance has always been a hot favorite with the audience. Now, with the appearance of superstar Sakman Khan on the sets, it was a fabulous episode all around. Salman being the ultimate showman and rockstar, made a rather flamboyant entry into the sets in a convertible auto rickshaw with its top torn off. the superstar was at his naughty best, pulling pranks on every one and clearly ready to have a ball. According to a source, “Be it his lively interaction with a kabutar that flew in to the sets, reminding him of his Maine Pyar Kiya days and his hit song Kabutar ja ja ja or when he went up on stage to make some candy-floss for his biggest fan — the talented contestant Swarali, Salman was on a roll!”
The impeccable timing and the jokes of Salman had everyone from anchor Mithun Chakraborty, the judges, the participants and the contestants in stitches. This is not the first appearance of Salman on the sets of Dance India Dance. He has appeared earlier too and had always been at his best while ragging the grandmaster Mithun da. Who can forget the episode where he dragged the original disco dancer into performing a series of challenges and stunts that left Mithun da huffing and puffing by the end? But this time, Salman was seen dancing with Mithun da and his Jai Ho co star Daisy Shah and other awesome dancers to the tune of his Dhinka chika.
Though the mood on the sets of Dance India Dance was of tomfoolery and irreverent fun, there were a few emotional moments as well. The leading pair of contestants, Manan and Sumedh portrayed the bond a guru and his protégé share. The performance made Salman tear up who said, "You guys have gone way beyond just entertaining us," said Salman, adding, "You've made us remember all those people who've helped us reach where we are in life today. You've got us all emotional today."
Another touching moment was when judge Mudassar broke down and thanked Salman for bringing him where he is today. The actor had spotted him performing at a mall in Indore and had picked him up. "I had never thought I'd be here one day as a judge, with him on the set as a celebrity judge. I am obliged to be sitting here in front of him and judging talent and, in fact, also presenting a few acts," said Mudassar.