India Best Dancer 2: Geeta Kapoor and Malaika Arora got hit by Terrence Lewis’s poetry; Holding ears in front of everyone in the show!

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India’s Best Dancer 2 with the tagline ‘Best Ka Next’ is all set to launch on Sony Television. The first season of the dance reality show was aired in 2020. The show is back again with a new edition featuring Malaika Arora, Geeta Kapoor and Terence Lewis. Several promo clips have been released on social media where the contestants can be seen flaunting their scintillating dancing skills. Some of the clips also featured fun-filled moments during the dance auditions of the judges.

In a new promo clip shared by Sony TV on its official Instagram handle, choreographer Terence Lewis can be seen reciting a poem while Geeta Kapoor and Malaika Arora make fun of it.

Sony TV on the photo-sharing site removed a promo clip from the upcoming episode of India’s Best Dancer 2. In the video clip, Geeta can be seen closing her ears while asking Terence to recite a poem. At the same time, Terence says that, “There is a cheetah in the forest, Geeta is next to Malaika. Call a dancer who has learned dance.”

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Sharing the clip, Sony TV wrote, “Along with being the Dr. T of dance, @terence_here has a talent for writing poems too! #IndiasBestDancer Season 2 begins his quest to find the #BestKaNextAvatar in Sirf. Join in. 79 Hours, starting October 16, every Saturday and Sunday at 8 PM only on Sony.”

The dance reality show will premiere on TV from October 16. Earlier Sony TV released a promo in which a contestant named Raktim from Guwahati, Assam took the stage and surprised all the judges. Malaika gave very good response on her performance.

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