As the dance reality show ‘Super Dancer 4’ comes to an end ‘Nachpan ka Maha Mahotsav’, Shilpa Shetty Kundra explains in detail how to nurture talent and how her experience as an actress and dancer blends into the decisions she made as a judge on ‘Super Dancer 4’.
Nurturing talent on such a public platform can be nerve-racking and what’s the ultimate mantra for being a great dancer?
According to Shilpa Shetty: “It is a difficult task to be a judge of a children’s talent show for many reasons. But mainly because a child is a mold that needs care and attention to put on. fit, and that’s a big responsibility on our shoulders. There is no mantra to be a Super Dancer but to have an honest approach to the craft. As long as you are passionate about the art form and a passionate learner and not just for a competition. “
She further adds how her experience as an actress and dancer blends into the decisions she made as a judge: “Dance and theater have a lot in common. In fact, the history of many dances dates back to Natya Shastra. performing arts, you try to tell a story, to empathize with the audience and to move them. Coming from a background where I had the chance to work both with the medium, it helps me to assess a performance holistically and not just technically. Because a dance performance doesn’t have to be technically perfect, it definitely needs to communicate with you.
These dance reality shows help bring out talent from different parts of the country. And she comments, “We’re a country with young brewing talent spread across all states. This younger group is just waiting for someone to tap into their pool of talent and skill. A show like this helps empower. a person a platform, a chance to grow, and that also feeds his gift. “
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