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Zee Kannada to premier 'Dance Karnataka Dance' on May 21

19-May-2016
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Zee Kannada to premier 'Dance Karnataka Dance' on May 21

Zee Kannada has announced the launch of ‘Dance Karnataka Dance’. This platform takes the responsibility of making viewers understand the intricacies and delicacies involved in the group dance format by making the show purely group based.

Raghavendra Hunsur, Business Head, Zee Kannada said, “The co-ordination and understanding between every dancer are the qualities that will be put to test in this show.”

Zee Kannada has selected 14 teams from across Bangalore, Mysore, Hubballi and Mangalore after thorough rounds of auditioning and filtering. Each team is expected to have around 10 dancers – where every dancer becomes a deciding factor for the the success and/or elimination of the group.

The show empanels three judges including Malashri, Diganth and Bhavana.

The anchor of the show will be Anushree. Dance Karnataka Dance will be telecasted on every Saturday and Sunday starting from May 21, 2016 at 7:30 pm. 

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