This Sunday, 'India’s Best Dancer 2' will welcome the veteran actors - Dharmendra and Asha Parekh as special guests. To mark this momentous occasion and celebrate their humongous body of work in the entertainment industry, all the contestants will be seen performing on the actors' evergreen chartbuster songs as they pay heartfelt tribute to the two legends. Apart from entertaining fans with his antics, Dharmendra also shared many interesting and unknown facts about himself.
The senior star spoke at length about his love for the camera and revealed that it was his "madness for the camera" that kept him going through difficult times he faced in the showbiz world. In a new promo, judge Geeta Kapur asks Dharmendra what kept him going during adversity time early in his career. To this, Dharmendra said, “You see this camera that is filming me? My madness for this camera is what kept me going. It is my passion for this camera; I am in love with it. Sometimes, it feels like the camera is also in love with me. We exchange glances. I get lost in its beauty. I love the camera, and that is the only thing that will keep me healthy and happy. The camera is what takes me to the viewers. Who cannot love it?.”
Sharing his struggle in the initial days, Dharmendra added, “Hardwork can take you places. I have also struggled a lot in my life and continue to do so. In life, either you control your time or the time controls you. I was crazily passionate about the camera, and I still am which is what drove me to overcome all difficulties. I’ve always lived from my heart, not from my mind.. Also, there was a sense of responsibility when it came to my family. I never thought about being #1 or #2, I just wanted to do honest work.”
Meanwhile, Asha Parekh will be seen recreating her iconic expressions on the song ‘Koi Matwaala Aaya mere Dware’ at the request of contestant Apeksha. ALSO READ: India's Best Dancer 2: Dharmendra And Asha Parekh To Appear As Special Guests; Veteran Actor Recreates A 'Gun-Shooting Scene' From Loha -WATCH VIDEO
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