On DID L’il Master 5, Remo D’Souza Pays Off A Contestant’s Loan- Deets Inside

DID L’il Master premiered on Zee TV recently. The dancing reality show’s first episode provided viewers with a taste of this year’s incredible talent. Viewers will be able to observe 8-year-old Himanshu’s routine this weekend on the Dance India Dance L’il Masters audition program. His incredible performance will wow the judges.

His skill astounded the judges. They were moved by the trip of a little Delhi boy Himanshu’s father died when he was a child. As a single mother with 2 kids, she started riding a rickshaw to feed them and support their ambitions. Himanshu’s mother took out a loan to purchase the rickshaw so that she could have a steady income. Because she was a female rickshaw driver, she was frequently mocked and abused on the road.

Talking about the same, Remo said, “I would love to help you with this EMI that you’re paying for your rickshaw. Please let me know the amount that is pending, I will pay it off. I don’t want you or Himanshu to stress about it anymore, now that rickshaw is yours. You focus on the kids now and live a happy life after this.

Anand Kumar, who is from a tiny hamlet near Delhi, was another contender who made the judges cry. His peers at school mocked him about his father selling vegetables on the streets since he is the son of a vegetable vendor. He had to abandon school during the epidemic due to financial difficulty at home. His family, on the other hand, did everything they could to encourage his desire of becoming a dancer and did not prevent him from attending his dancing courses.

After hearing how Anand’s family stood by him and supported him despite the difficulties they endured throughout the epidemic, Judge Mouni Roy became teary-eyed.