Dance battle with a twist

Shaam, Ineya and Abhirami Venkatachalam will be working on a new project. In addition, they will be joined by Khusboo and choreographer Brinda. No, it’s not for a new movie or web series. The stars will reach all Tamil homes across Colors Tamil’s new reality dance program, Dance versus dance season 2.

Shaam, Ineya, Abhirami, and Master Sridhar will actually manage the team of talents competing against each other. “It’s more like the initial loading Where Champions League. We analyze the strengths and weaknesses of our talents and choose the right ones for the face-to-face meeting, ”says Shaam. He believes the show’s production value is up to international standards. “I have already judged many shows, but showing that is something else. I have no doubts that he will be a pioneer. “

Abhirami becomes outspoken and shares that she was the victim of partial treatment in some reality shows she was a part of when she started her career. “Newcomers are not treated well on sets, but this is the first time that I have received equal treatment, despite the presence of big stars like Khusboo madam.” Ineya, meanwhile, shares that the candidates’ stories inspired her. “A lot of the candidates come from humble backgrounds and they have faced multiple obstacles to get here. Seeing them give everything for the dance prompts me to do more. That is why I think it is necessary that a show presents the struggles. personal data of participants. “

It’s often thought that being a part of TV shows takes away star exclusivity, but Abhirami says it’s the other way around. “Television brings us directly to the masses. Families who can’t make it to the movies every week can watch us in the comfort of their homes. When an OTT show or series is successful, it becomes part of our portfolio. Shaam supports his opinion. “It’s a competitive industry and the players have to learn to adapt. With a pandemic still here, home entertainment is here to stay. It’s time we all embraced it.”

Dance versus dance season 2 premieres on Saturday 23 October and will air on weekends at 7:30 p.m.