Dance Deewane pays tribute to the Real Hero Sonu Sood
Jaipur. Dance reality show Dance Deewane pays tribute to the real heros and Covid workers. Dance Deewane celebrated the week of ‘Umeed Jagayenge Waqt Ko Nachayenge’ episode this Saturday and Sunday. The guest of honour for the Hope Special episode is the mankind Sonu Sood. The episode displays the work of real heros in this pandemic. All the contestants of the show admires and applauds the real life heros and Covid frontline workers. Contestants also admires the common mans who helped the needy.
The show shares the story of an auto-rickshaw driver who helped the needy people, by the money he earned for his wedding. Story of three boys who provided milk to the people by their savings and the raised fund for the same, also paid tribute, and today the boys are named as ‘Milk Angels’. Contestants pays tribute to doctors and urges to don’t blame doctors for the mortalities happenings day-by-day. The grief of a mother who lost her son due to covid was also observed. The power of vaccine was also shown by the contestants.
The show salutes Sonu Sood for all his work done by him for the country. On asking him he says he just tried to help his nation and he is proud that he helped some needy. He shares his experiences, stories and difficulties he faced to do the same. The mankind decided to provide ration to a small village of Neemuch, Madhya Pradesh and promised provide them to the whole period of lockdown. He took the risk for the betterment of an young lady Bharti, she is getting treatment in Hyderabad and the show and also the whole India is praying for her good health.
Dharmesh Yelande, Tushar Kalia, Nora Fatehi, the judges of the show, Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachiyaa, the hosts of the show gives standing ovation and salutes to all the Covid frontline workers, real life heros. They all got emotional and assures to help the people they can do.
Judges, contestants, hosts, everybody salutes to all the doctors, police officers, all the people who inspired and helped the needy people and to the real gentlemen Sonu Sood.