Ahmed Khan: 'DID' has become reference point for choreographers

New Delhi, Sep 26 : Dance director Ahmed Khan, who is currently judging Zee TV's "Dance Ka Tashan", says that the level of dancing is so high on the show that the moves shown on it have become a reference point for Bollywood choreographers.

"It is wonderful that 'DID' gives so many talented youngsters a chance to shine in front of the entire nation. There is such a huge number of versatile acts and so many different levels of dancing that the show has become a reference point for choreography in films as well," Khan said in a statement.

"Dance Ka Tashan", which went on air Sep 21, is a competition between the contestants of "DID Super Moms" and "DID Li'l Masters".

--IANS (Posted on 26-09-2013)

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