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Take a bow, l段l master!

- Karbi Anglong boy Om set for tomorrow痴 dance finale

Calcutta, Aug. 10: Over the past three months they have carried the show on their little shoulders, wowing audiences with their jaw-dropping footwork and keeping Dance India Dance L段l Masters at the top of the TRP charts in the reality show segment.

On Sunday, the finest five of the mini dynamites will explode for one last time on the stage of the finale, matching each other step for step for the coveted KB3 Cup (Kya Baat Cup). For DID muggles, kya baat, kya baat, kya baat is the ultimate accolade that the show痴 judge Grandmaster Mithun Chakraborty delivers for a cracking performance.

Assam痴 hope of retaining the crown won by Jeetumoni Kalita of Guwahati in Season 1 rests this time on Om Chetry.

Cute and mischievous, Om first caught the attention of the judges with his surprising flexibility and control over movement during his audition in Calcutta. From his breathtaking stunts to his effervescent personality, he pushes the envelope every time whether it was his malkhamb that could put older and more trained dancers to shame or the daring fire act that kept the audience on the edge of their seats. His team skipper Kruti Mahesh was reprimanded by the judges for even attempting such a dangerous act.

The programme will be telecast live on Zee TV from 7.30pm on Sunday.


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