Manushi Chhillar describes how she was first exposed to the contemporary dance movement.
2017’s “Miss World” Manushi Chhillar praised Terence Lewis’ legacy in contemporary dance as she prepared for the third season of “India’s Best Dancer.”
Vicky Kaushal and Manushi will be advertising their new movie “The Great Indian Family” on the future episodes of the dancing reality programme.
As the competition draws closer to its conclusion, the competitors have lifted the bar and will give it their best to secure a berth in the coveted Top 6.
One of the most remarkable performances comes from contender Samarpan Lama, who sings “Abhi Mujh Mein Kahin” in a stunningly modern style.
“Samarpan, your body effortlessly synced with the changing rhythms and beats of the song, showcasing your remarkable ability to catch the tune,” says Manushi of the performance. Your flexibility and pace-changing abilities were absolutely astounding.
“The quality of control dancers have over their bodies and their incredible neuromuscular coordination are what I respect most in them. In Samarpan, I saw an exceptional level of control. Along with being a fantastic dancer, you are also adorably adorable. We frequently present a sign to someone we regard highly, and today I present you with a rose,” she says.
Manushi said: “I have watched Terence perform contemporary dance on television, and he introduced me to this captivating dance form. And today, Samarpan’s performance brought back memories of Terence’s artistry.”
Samarpan’s performance was also praised by Judge Terence, who noted that “we built the foundation for modern dance years ago, before I was recognised on television. I questioned who would continue this dance style a decade later. However, Samarpan, I feel like Dronacharya while watching you, and you are my Arjun.
“Your contemporary dance will always have the same fire because of the foundation we laid. Your distinctive style, method, and feelings make you stand out. I feel at peace when I see you dance. Your commitment is evident, and you exude spiritual power. While some individuals dance in their own way, Samarpan, you dance from the heart. Your dance is one we really connect with, says Terence. There are some tunes we listen to and some dances we feel.