Colors tv is all set to come up the brand new season of their popular dance television reality show Dance Deewane. The first season of the Dance Dewaane received a huge amount of positive response from the audience. And now fans are already looking forward to watching the 2nd season of the show. Check Dance Deewane Season 2 Judges, Host, Schedule 2019 on Colors TV.
Dance Dewaane is on one of the most popular dance television reality show on an Indian television network. Popular Bollywood star Madhuri Dixit was the judge of the 1st season of the show along with the choreographer Tushar Kalia and Shashank Khaitan. While popular television star Arjun Bijalani was the host of the show.
Dance Deewane Season 2 Judges and Host
According to reports, the 2nd season of the show will be again present by the Arjun Bijlani. While Madhuri Dixit, Tushar Kalia and Shashank Khaitan will be judging the show.
Official and channel have not confirmed the news yet. Soon more details related to Dance Dewaane season 2 will be announced.
Expected starting date of the Dance Deewane
Dance Deewane has managed to get the attention of the millions of television lovers with their new concept. It features talented dancers from the three generations. It provides one of the biggest platforms to all dance lovers who are above 4-year-old.
Currently, color TV has announced the registration for the upcoming season of the dance Deewane. The registration form is available on the Voot’s official website.
The season 2 of the show will be on air after their auditon process.
It is expected that the dance television reality show will hit television screens within a few weeks. The confirmed starting Date of the show will update on the page after official confirmation.
So more details related to the show will be available on the page. so make sure you stick around here to get all latest details related to the Dance Deewane season 2.
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