Dance Deewane 3 dedicated its weekend episode to Kovid-19 heroes, with Sonu Sood appearing on stage as a distinguished guest. The contestants, through their acts, also survive many tragic times during the epidemic. Bharti Singh, who co-hosted the episode with her husband Harsh Limbachia, also opened up about how she feared losing to her mother Kamala Singh, who had previously contracted the virus.
In a video shared by Colors, Bharti Singh is seen shedding tears as she reveals how many lives have been destroyed by Kovid-19. She shared that while her mother was recruiting, her neighbor Kovid-19 died, which worried the comedians.
“This corona is such a roulette, it is a way of life. My mother’s mother was Kovid. Mummy’s phone Ata Tha had an uncle in front of her. Uncle died. The mother was roti. Mere ko ye darr tha ki mere ko to ye phone nahi aega na. Itna zyada tod diya hai Corona ne (Coronavirus has been crying so much to everyone. It’s been so many lives. My mother was also affected by the virus. She used to tell me to cry that the neighbor died. I’d be scared if I Even if I do so. Call like this. The virus has broken all of us) “
The episode also saw a special performance by Uday Singh, a resident of Neemuch, a small town in Madhya Pradesh, dedicated to the philanthropic work of Sonu Sood during the epidemic. Thanking him for his efforts, Uday shared how his entire village survives on daily wages, and with a lockdown in place, he is left without any earnings, and the villagers struggle to make ends meet. have to do.
Moving on from his story, Sonu Sood immediately told Uday that for the entire duration of the lockdown, he would feed the entire village. He assured her that regular rations would be made available to all, although the lockout would continue for a long time.
With shooting not allowed in Maharashtra, the entire team of Dance Deewane 3 has left for Bengaluru. Nora Fatehi has joined the judge panel along with Tusshar Kalia and Dharmesh Yelde, who were not able to join the team along with Judge Madhuri Dixit. The host Raghav Juyal, recruited from the coronavirus, is temporarily replaced by Bharti and Harsha.