New Delhi: `Dance India Dance Super Moms` winner Mithu Chakraborty is nurturing a dream of choreographing for superstar Salman Khan and the homemaker feels winning the show is a step near to her childhood wish.
The 34-year-old mother of two, who runs a small classical dance school in Kolkata, is on cloud nine after winning the first edition of a talent hunt show.
"I am extremely happy as I did not expect to win the show. Now that I have won the show, I think my childhood dream of choreographing a dance for my favourite actor Salman will be fulfilled. I will work hard now and soon make my dream come true," Mithu told reporters.
Being a housewife, Mithu says it was not a tough call for her to participate in the show because her husband supported her.
"I give all the credit to my husband, who encouraged and supported me in every step. I was not supposed to participate in the show but he asked me to do it. I would like to celebrate my win with him and my kids. I would like to cook fish and mutton for them as it`s been long time I haven`t cooked for them," said the trained Bharatnatyam dancer.
Mithu has won a cash price of Rs 10 lakhs after beating the likes of Cecill Rodrigues, Shraddha Shah, Zoya Khan and Phulwa Khamkar.
"With the cash price, I will make my dance school big. I will donate some money to orphanage and old-age homes. I would also buy a surprise gift for my husband," she added.
Mithu said she would continue her dedication towards the art form.