Dance India Dance Season 1
The first season o Dance India Dance season 1 started on January 30, 2009. This show aired on channel Zee TV on every Friday and Saturday. The show was broadcasted by UTV Sofware communications. The Finale of Lux Dance India Dance held on May 30, 2009 which declared Salman Kahn also known as Mohammed Y.K. Ghouse as the winner. After the huge success of this in India as well as in abroad, the production house decided to launch the second season of India Dance India Dance on December 18, 2009. The auditions of Lux Dance India Dance season 1 took place in Ahmedabad, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata.
Lux Dance India Dance became very popular as this was the first Dance show in India to be started in TV screens. After releasing out of Dance India Dance, many other channels also started organizing Dance shows such as Chak Dhoom Dhoom in COLORS Channel. Thousands of people participated in the auditions of Lux Dance India Dance, but very few were selected in top 100 contestants. The most result was seen from the Mumbai Auditions of Lux Dance India Dance. Also, Viewers often watch the show to learn the new steps taught by the choreographers in the show. The steps of Prince of Dance India Dance season 1 became very popular among the people.
Hosts of Lux Dance India Dance season 1
The male host of Lux Dance India Dance season 1 was Jay Bhanushali who was a funny as well as talented host in the show. He was used to keep entertaining people by trying to do the moves which the dancers performs. And the female host of this show was Saumya Tandon who was last seen in the film Jab we Met as the sister of Kareena Kapoor . The standby host of the show was Tarana Raja who didn't got the chance to host the show.
Judges of Lux Dance India Dance season 1
The judges of Lux dance India Dance were Terence Lewis, Geeta Kapoor and Remo D'Souza. MAithun Chakraborty was the Grand Master of Lux Dance India Dance season 1. The 12 participants of Lux Dance India Dance were divided into three groups equally to each judge.
* The team members of Remo D'Souza were called Remo Ke Rangeelay
* The ones in Terence Lewis were known as Terence ki Toli
* The participants in Geeta Kapoor's group were called Geeta ki Gang
Contestants of Lux Dance India Dance season 1
* Rakhee Sharma - Remo Ke Rangeelay
* Bhavana Purohit - Remo Ke Rangeelay
* Mangesh Mondal - Remo Ke Rangeelay
* Vrushali Chavan - Terence Ki Toli
* Mayuresh Wadkar - Terence Ki Toli
* Khushboo Purohit - Remo Ke Rangeelay
* Sunita Gogoi - Geeta Ki Gang
* Prince R. Gupta - Remo Ke Rangeelay
* Jai Kumar Nair - Terence Ki Toli
* Siddesh Pai - Geeta Ki Gang
* Alisha Singh - Terence Ki Toli
* Mohammad Y.K Ghouse (Salman Khan) - Remo Ke Rangeelay
Guest Stars in Lux Dance India Dance season 1
• The first Superstar who came on the show was Salman Khan who appeared in Lux Dance India Dance on 20 February, 2009.
• Then came Kamlesh Patel who appreciated the dance of the contestants. He is a disabled person who was a contestant of Lux Dance India Dance Auditions. But he was not selected. Thus, Mithun called him in the show as a special guest.
• The third judge on Lux Dance India Dance was the popular Dancer Prabhu Deva who too liked the dance of the participants.
• Neil Nitin Mukash also appeared in Lux Dance India Dance on March 28, 2009.
• Farah Khan was the last celebrity who came to Lux Dance India Dance on 18 April, 2009. She liked the show very much and also promised to judge the next season.
Finale of Lux Dance India Dance
The winner of Lux Dance India Dance season 1 was declared on 30 May, 2009. The four participants who got into the finale of Lux Dance India Dance season 1 round were Mohammad Y.K Ghouse or Salman Khan from Remo Ke Rangeelay, Jai Kumar Nair from Terence ki Toli, Alishi Singh from Terence ki Toli and Siddesh Pai from Geeta ki Gang.
The results of Lux Dance India Dance season 1 were also follow:-
Salman Khan-Remo ke Rangeelay - Winner
Alisha – Terence ki Toli - 1st runner-up
Siddesh Pai – Geeta Ki Gang - 2nd runner-up
Jai Kumar Nair – Terence ki Toli - 3rd runner-up
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