New Delhi: After a phenomenal success of Dance India Dance North America 2013 and Dance India Dance Little Masters North America 2014, with more than 20,000 videos, 2 rounds of ground auditions across 16 cities, and topping the ratings chart, Zee TV Americas is all set to open doors for DID Super Moms North America. Super Moms will give a platform to women who gave up their dreams of becoming a dancer and settled for a career, family, and motherhood. DID Super Moms North America aims to give “Umeed” (Hope) to millions of mothers across North America who aspire to make a name for themselves in the field of dance.
More than 20,000 moms from all over North America have submitted their audition videos online and through ground auditions. Out of 20,000 entries received, 65 have been selected to participate and compete in the Mega Auditions round to be held in New York on November 10th 2014. Nina Davuluri - Miss America and Rupal Patel – Founder of International Arya Dance Academy, will judge contestants and select the top 12 finalists who will compete for the Crown of DID Super Moms North America!
Sameer Targe, General Manager of Zee TV Americas says, “This is the third season of Dance India Dance North America and every year we strive to take it a notch higher. This is not just a show for us – this is a platform where we try to give back to our community and take people closer to their dreams and passion! I truly feel that there could be no one better than Nina Davuluri – to judge our Super Moms – who has truly lived her dream and passion and has become an inspiration to millions of South Asians in the US.”
Nina Davuluri, Miss America says, "Growing up watching Zee TV, I'm so excited to be a judge on `Dance India Dance`! I can't wait to meet all the amazing `Super Moms` and see them showcase their talents and live out their dreams--that's what this is all about! I'm also thrilled to be returning to India this December for the first time since winning the title of Miss America 2014. It's going to be a brilliant homecoming!"