Over the last three decades, Zee TV has been instrumental in providing the Indian youth with a global platform to showcase their singing, dancing, and acting talent. The channel's most iconic dance reality show, Dance India Dance, also revolutionized the landscape of dance in the country when it first began to air in 2009. Over the last 13 years, the platform has stood testimonial to the sheer passion and love that India holds in its heart towards dance. After giving the audience a glimpse of this year's mind-blowing talent, Zee TV recently launched its top-rated reality show for the youngest dancing talent in the country - DID L'il Masters Season 5.
Since its launch, viewers have been having a gala time watching the young dancing sensations put up some wonderful acts week after week. This Sunday, viewers are in for a treat as the contestants will be seen performing some delightful acts throughout the episode. While all the performances left the judges impressed during the shoot, Sadiya's spine-chilling performance to Main Koi Aisa Geet Gaoon caught everyone's attention. The 11-year-old kid performed as a joker, showcasing the funny side and the evil side of the clown through the act, and we have to say that she performed it very gracefully. Everyone was amazed by her performance, but Mouni Roy's shocking revelation left everyone stunned. After Sadiya's thrilling performance, the actress opened up about her biggest childhood nightmare, involving clowns.
As Mouni Roy mentioned, "Sadiya's act literally spooked me. In fact, I still have goosebumps on my hands. Not many people know, but I have always been very afraid of jokers since my childhood. I belong to a small town, and whenever I used to visit the circus, people with painted faces used to scare me every single time."
Talking about Sadiya's act, the DID L'il Master judge mentioned, "Coming to the beginning of her performance, the lights were off, and no one had seen Sadiya till then. However, as soon as the lights were turned on, her menacing face painted as a clown, and her smile left me spooked. I think this act proved that she is a true artist, and her portrayal of a clown was really worthy of praise and appreciation."