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Zee TV all set to launch the third season of ‘DID Super Moms’

The third edition of the non-fiction show will air every Saturday and Sunday at 9 pm from July 2 onwards

Having received a good response to the previous two seasons that introduced audiences to some truly exceptional dancing mothers, Zee TV is now all set to return with the third edition of its non-fiction property – ‘DID Super Moms’.

The third edition of the non-fiction show will air every Saturday and Sunday at 9 pm from July 2 onwards. 

The channel said that across India it is beginning to see more and more mothers enjoying the support of their family and friends to follow their passions. This encouragement from their near and dear ones goes a long way in making them evolve from just moms to 'Super Moms'. To celebrate these women and their supportive families who egg them on to reach out for their aspirations, the channel is coming back with DID Super Moms once again after 7 years.

Guiding these talented women through their journey and helping them achieve their dreams will be the OG judge of ‘Dance India Dance’, Remo D'Souza, who is all set to judge DID Super Moms for the very first time.

Joining him will be actor Urmila Matondkar, who will be seen returning to Hindi GEC reality shows after 15 years. Bhagyashree Dassani will also make her debut as a reality show judge, while entertainer Jay Bhanushali returns to host yet another interesting season of DID Super Moms. 

Zee TV Business Head Aparna Bhosle said, “DID Super Moms is one of the most differentiated shows in the non-fiction ecosystem. It provides a great platform for women across India to reconnect with their dancing talent after marriage and kids. We are here to reignite that spark and help them resume their journeys towards their dreams and aspirations. It is heartening to see more and more families encouraging their women to follow their passions. This is the India we wish to celebrate on DID Super Moms and we're excited to have an all-new panel of judges with Urmila Matondkar and Bhagyashree Dassani joining Remo D'Souza this season."

Some of the super moms have already captured the judge’s attention, like Jina Saikia who took the judges’ breath away with her scintillating dance moves to ‘Tanha Tanha Yahan Pe Jeena’, or 76-year-old Laxmi Bhaskar who proved that age is just a number with her performance to ‘Zingaat’.   

Urmila Matondkar said, "I believe Zee TV has undoubtedly been a pioneer in presenting the right platform for budding talent. I have always loved dance but being able to help people pursue their passion through this show is something that really excited me. I am really looking forward to discovering the amazing talent we have as well as mentoring and motivating them to achieve their dreams in my own way.  I am really excited to see what these super moms have in store for us, and I am sure this will truly be a memorable and heartening experience for all of us.” 

Choreographer and judge Remo D’souza said, "I believe Dance India Dance as a platform has moved beyond the realms of being just a dance reality show; it's about etching the future of dance in our country. After judging DID and DID L’il Masters, I am super excited to join the judges’ panel for DID Super Moms. I always look forward to meeting people who utilise second chances in their lives to fulfil their passion and I am happy to know that these women, with the support of their families, are all set to follow their dreams. I will try my best to mentor and help them as much as I can.”

Bhagyashree Dassani said, "As an actor, I have always loved performing and owning the stage. But for the first time, I will be on the other side, observing and mentoring these super moms as they bring alive their dreams on stage. My family has always been supportive of my passion and dreams, and it will be wonderful watching these enthusiastic women come here to learn and grow with the support of their near and dear ones."

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