Dance Plus Season 3 finale: Bir Radha Sherpa wins; Varun Dhawan, Taapsee Pannu shake a leg
Bir Radha Sherpa emerged as the winner on Dance Plus 3, bagging Rs 25 lakh and a car as two of the many rewards.
Eighteen-year-old contestant Bir Radha Sherpa won the dance reality show Dance Plus 3, taking home a cash prize of Rs 25 lakh among other rewards.
The finale (which will be aired on Sunday night) saw Sherpa, alongside Amardeep Singh Natt, Aryan Patra, Tarun, and Shivani competing against each other in the last leg of the reality show.
Sherpa's style of dance is an eclectic mix of b-boying and contemporary, making his art form receive great appreciation from the judges and audience alike. Sherpa was a part of Punit Pathak's crew, and the dancer has previously participated in another popular reality show — Dance India Dance.
“It was a delight to be a part of this show. Remo Sir and STAR Plus did not just give me a platform, they gave me the opportunity to go out in the real world and live the life I did not even know. Winning this show was a very big surprise. I did not know so many people out there have been supporting me. Most importantly, Punit Sir has supported me throughout and I dedicate my win to him. In addition, Shakti ma’am & Dharmesh sir gave me constant motivation. Entire team behind Dance Plus has given me their unreserved support through their comments that only inspired me to work harder and win the love of so many fans. I dedicate my win to my mom, Punit sir and the Dance plus family. Without them, this would not have been possible," said Sherpa after his win, according to The Indian Express.
Also, Bollywood actors Varun Dhawan, Taapsee Pannu and Jacqueline Fernandez appeared as special guests in the season finale of the reality show. The Indian Express reports that the three stars promoted their upcoming film, David Dhawan's comedy Judwaa 2 by shaking a leg on the hit songs of the film.
#judwaa2 meets #Abcd2 aur phir hota hai dance aur comedy ka dhamaka. Some of my favourite peeps on the same stage. I feel very protected. A post shared by Varun Dhawan (@varundvn) on
Shakti Mohan, Dharmesh and Punit Pathak were the mentors on this season of the show, while choreographer Remo D'Souza was the super judge and Raghav Juyal was the host. The finale also saw a special appearance by actor-choreographer-filmmaker Prabhu Deva.
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