Exclusive – Urmila Matondkar on sob stories promoted on reality shows: The contestants you see on DID Super Moms, are here due to their talent and not stories

Bollywood’s dance sensation and diva Urmila Matondkar is all set to join the judging panel of DID Super Moms Season 3. The actress recently spoke exclusively to ETimes TV about her love of dance, the television medium’s hectic schedule and reach. of it. The ‘Rangeela’ actress further shared her take on today’s dance forms and missed the essence of Bollywood in them. She also addressed the negative criticism the reality shows are getting for promoting sobbing stories.

“TV is quite challenging in terms of time, but it’s an important medium to connect with the audience. That factor plays a very important role in my journey because wherever I am now, it’s because of the audience. entered industry I didn’t have a Godfather or a cinematic background but it’s only thanks to my hard work and the love and support of the audience that I was able to get to where I am now, which is why it’s a great way to connect with them. came from a simple lower middle class background i got into movies and by the grace of god and the love and support of the audience i had an amazing brilliant journey time wise we have so much fun on the sets shooting , we just laugh, joke, dance and eat. Pata he nahi chalta waqt kaise Nikal jaata hai.,” the actress said.

Talking about the backlash that reality shows often face for promoting sobbing stories, Urmila said, “I don’t know about other reality shows, but what we’re trying to do with this show is we show stories from the contestants, because without that we won’t be able to show their travels And why not? People should know their journey and the hard work they’ve put in. That said, I also want to say that the contestants you’re going to see on the show, they’re here because of their talent and not because of their stories, so when you see contestants with very emotional backgrounds in the show, their stories are not the reason why they succeeded or continued on the show, we made sure that only those people who are talented enough keep going.”

Urmila also shared her thoughts on other dance forms taking over Indian Bollywood dances in reality shows: “I think everything has its own beauty, space and time. There is no comparison and change is a part of life wherever you go, so why not in dance too. Anything that touches people, audience that will be beautiful and appreciated. To me, dance is like poetry in the moment, it’s something you express through your body instead of your words. I see a lot of contemporary dance that blows me away, the body language and the lines, they connect to you. So even that is brilliant just like our Indian thumkas,” she concluded.

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