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Chitrangda Singh sways on Shah Rukh Khan’s song & looks mesmerising

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Zee TV’s popular kids dance reality show DID Li’l Masters has been entertaining audiences week-on-week with some spell-binding performances.

 

In the upcoming episode of the show, the entertainment quotient will go up several notches as the young dancing prodigies will strive to win the judges – Chitrangda Singh, Marzi Pestonji and Siddharth Anand’s hearts with their exemplary performances.

 

This weekend, get ready to witness Chitrangda Singh in a whole new avatar- draped in a traditional ‘lungi’ and stealing the show with her Tollywood style dance moves. During the course of the episode, contestant Soorya’s father narrated his dream and expressed his wish of grooving to the cult song ‘Lungi Dance’ along with Chitrangada.

 

She gleefully accepted his proposal and shook a leg with Soorya’s father. Impeccably dressed in a ‘Lungi’, Chitrangada effortlessly pulled off all the dance moves leaving everyone mesmerized and entertained.

Chitrangda grooves to Lungi dance
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Chitrangda looks mesmerising as she dances on SRK’s song
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Chitrangda sways on the popular song Lungi
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