Madhuri Dixit who is now playing a role of a judge in the dance reality show on Television, “So You Think You Can Dance ‘Ab India Ki Baari’”, says, everyday she misses her late father Shankar Dixit. Madhuri Dixit is judging the show along with choreographers Terence Lewis and Bosco Martis. Celebrity guest for this episode were Riteish Deshmukh and Urvashi Rautela, who visited them to promote their forthcoming film “Great Grand Masti

Aryan Patra along with his choreographer Siddhesh showcased “the hidden father’s love”, seeing which all the three judges of the dance reality show and Riteish Deshmukh, got emotional. After seeing Aryan’s performance, she misses her father more. After seeing the performance, Bosco Martis couldn’t control his emotions and broke down. His mother had to come up on stage to console him.

Emotional Judges at So You Think You Can Dance Ab India Ki Baari

Madhuri Dixit says the father-child relationship is very beautiful. Through the performance in “the hidden father’s love”, the role of a father in a society is shown so beautifully. The father in a family is the head, pillar of strength and everyone in the family is dependent on him. Parents always takes care of their children, but at the same time, the parents should also take care of their parents, and respect them for whatever they have done and scarified for the same of their children.

All emotional Bosco said, he had earlier promised himself that he will never cry or get emotional on a reality show, but Aryan Patra’s performance through “the hidden father’s love” touched his heart. Bosco Martis’ dad is under paralysis attack. The father who once could dance and talk today can barely pronounce Bosco’s name!

Riteish Deshmukh shared his emotions too about his parents. He insists everyone who have parents should go and hug them today and tell them how much you love them, before it is too late. Life waits for no one. He always expresses his love to his Aai and tell her how much he loves and respects her and how much she means to him.

Terence Lewis, being the eighth child of his parents, says, generally what a mother does is always noticeable, while the father’s doings go unnoticed. Terence shared a slice of his memory with everyone. While he was in college, he always would travel by train. Once he left his bag by mistake in the train, and his father got a call that they have found his bag. Terence when he came back home, his father hugged him and that made him realize how important a son is for their parents.