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Dance Bangla Dance Junior to Mesmerize Audiences With Electrifying Performances

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Dance Bangla Dance Junior is back yet again!! In its ninth year, the show promises to be bigger and better and promises to keep both the young and the old hooked to the show.


The show has twenty one participants aged between 3.5 and 9 years of age. Participants from Kolkata, Bangalore and different parts of West Bengal have participated in this edition of the dance reality show. After four months of auditions in different areas, 21 participants have been selected from over fifty thousand children who came in for the auditions.


Seated on the judges’ seat will be Jisshu Sengupta, Srabanti and Ankush. “I cannot even imagine how they remember all those dance steps so well. When I was their age, I was not even half as smart as they are now!!” said actress Srabanti.


The hosts of the dance reality are six year old Raktim Samanta and eight year old Raktima Das. “Though the names are quite similar, they are not real life brother and sister. That is strictly coincidental” revealed actor Jisshu Sengupta.


The unique aspect of this season’s Dance Bangla Dance Junior is the fact that there is a fairyland setting to the set. A toy train and its driver are often seen in between sequences. “We are having a great time with the kids who are so talented. I, Ankush and Srabanti have even had a great time on the toy train on the sets” added Jisshu Sengupta.


Captain of the Performer award will be given to the best performer of the episode. With more sponsors joining hands later on, there will scholarships given to the children for helping them with their education.

The show Dance Bangla Dance Junior will be aired from 4th July from 9.30 pm.

Priyanka Dutta

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Mother’s Care Children Enthrall with Their Dance Performances; Colorful Celebration of Indian Independence Day


Independence Day, as it may have shaped up these days was never just a daylong symbolic celebration marking the day when India got Independence; it has rather been a celebration of the freedom of spirit and thoughts that we Indians had strived so hard for and in keeping with this very spirit of celebrating the freedom of self, Montessori School Mother’s Care Kolkata put up a special program to imbibe in the children the very meaning of Independence.

Independence Day Celebrations at Mother’s Care Montessori School

The Independence Day celebration in this kindergarten school held on August 14 saw kids right from the age group of 18+ months to 5 years perform to different Hindi and Bengali songs. The tiny tots who were all charged up to put up their best in front of their parents presented an overwhelming show with the help of their teachers and looked absolutely splendid in their various costumes.


Even though it is children of such tender age that the school takes the responsibility of training, the performance put up was nothing less than impeccable as each child was at his/her best when on stage. When asked to elaborate upon the preparations that went into putting up such a wonderful show, school principal Mrs. Margaret Neogi only had to say that Parents really need to understand the interest of their children and motivate them accordingly and the rest automatically falls in place and this is exactly what is followed even in the school as, for those few hours when the children are within the school premises they are treated with just as much care as they are at home. The principal was also all praises for the teachers who had put in such dedicated effort and toiled for over a month to help the children perform this beautifully.


Not just the performance by the children, even the selection of songs to which the children danced to is praiseworthy as the songs picked were not just full of the patriotic fervor but also had a strong message to convey while being entertaining at the same time. School authorities also revealed that not just the Independence Day, all Indian festivals are celebrated in the school with equal passion just so that the children develop a deep rooted understanding of the concept of universal brotherhood and most important of all the duties of a responsible citizen.


While all the performances were just as wonderfully presented, those by the youngest group i.e the Toddlers (>2 years) and the Transition Group drew the loudest cheers as while the Toddlers looked just adorable even clapping to the beats, those from Transition enthralled all with their role play of Jhansi ki Rani, Mahatma Gandhi, Netaji and others.


Such thoughtful celebrations play a very important role in shaping up the psyche of a child and the efforts that Mother’s Care puts into training these little angels is definitely praise worthy.

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