Channel V launched a new dance reality show Footloose on 16th July, which promised to be an exciting fever of dance in diverse forms. It was different from the Bollywood dance routines, intense auditions, and false tears. Dance is in all of us, but for some individuals, dance is their world. Channel V brought a new dance reality show, where the country’s finest dancers, not only compete, but also stay together. The fresh, ardent and gifted youth come on the dance floor to display pure dance.
Prem Kamath, EVP & GM told that said today’s youth devote their time following hobbies that would turn to an occupational chance and refine their complete persona. Centered on this vision, they arrived at a plan, which would help the young find a way to exploit their aptitude. This show was an addition of their conclusions, and they were sure that it will be very popular with the youth of India. The dancers would stay, eat and dance together. They were made to undergo challenging rehearsals, dance on unknown locations, go through tear-jerking eliminations and face loads of shocking features.
VJ Manish was the host to search for India’s favorite dancer as they take on Hip-hop, Latin, Contemporary, Commercial, Jazz and any number of freestyle moves, to impress the panel of judges of the show. The prize money was high, apart from receiving the sought-after winner’s title and an opportunity to cut an audio-visual with Channel V, an all-inclusive tour. This talent show had a set of exceptional juries. Prosenjit, Gaiti, and Uma were the commanding deans seen asserting the dancers. All three brought in their various information of dance and guided the participants.
There was a total of 4 squads consisting of four contestants each. There were 16 contestants and one big dream. Footloose was a show where the feet did the talking. The audience watched them face each other in groups or as individuals on a show where the dance was life and dance was war.