Deewane Juniors dance started on Friday and the referee Neetu Kapoor he looked as excited as one of the children’s competing shows. Neetu is set to make her television debut as a show juror, along with Nora Fatehi and Marzi Pestonji.
When indianexpress.com caught Neeta Kapoor on the sidelines, we asked her how she felt about being back in show business. With a wide smile, she said, “I just love it. Itna kuch sikhne ko mil raha hai. Yeh sab bohot accha lag raha hai (I’m learning so much. I really enjoy all this). I also love children, so it really works for me. ”
Neetu Kapoor lost her husband Rishi Kapoor in April 2020 due to cancer. When asked if her work had become a means of catharsis, she answered in the affirmative: “Absolutely. It started with the film Jug Jugg Jeeyo and now the show. This is what I was looking for to unleash my mind and build my self-confidence. A lot has happened and that’s exactly what I needed. “
The swan song Sharmaji Namkeen by Rishi Kapoor premiered in March. Since the actor died in the middle of the filming process, he was involved in completing the film Paresh Rawal. The entire Kapoor family gathered to watch the film and give the Bollywood star a goodbye. Neetu Kapoor shared that it was “amazing” to watch him on screen for the last time, and made a heartfelt revelation. “The film was released on March 31 and it was the same day I started this journey on television. In a way, he ended his journey and I started mine. I will remember this date forever, it was amazing. “
Neetu Kapoor also revealed that she had already signed another project. She did not provide any details and said she would start working on it after Dance Deewane Juniors.