Remo to host 'Dance + Season 2'

Mumbai: National Award-winning choreographer Remo D'souza will be hosting some episodes of the forthcoming show "Dance + season 2" along with Raghav Juyal. "There's a huge surprise for viewers this time for season two. I have planned a lot of things and hosting is one of those. Raghav and I share a great camaraderie on and off screen. So there's obviously going to be a lot of fun," Remo said in a statement.  "Raghav is known for his impromptu comic timing and when both of us will be together, we're sure to set the stage on fire," he added. The new season of the dance show will soon beam on Star Plus. Dharmesh Yelande, Shakti Mohan, and Punit Pathak will be captains and mentor the talent this season.  Srijit Mukherji praises Tridha Choudhury Film director Srijit Mukherji, who predominantly works in Bengali cinema, has lauded actress Tridha Choudhury. He feels she has miles to go and will leave a lasting mark in showbiz. Tridha, who has appeared in various Bengali and Telugu films, made her debut on the small screen through TV show "Dahleez".  "I worked with Tridha for the film 'Mishawr Rawhoshyo' and found her an extremely hardworking actress. She was diligent, attentive and always eager to learn and she did a splendid job in the movie," Mukherji said in a statement.  "If she continues to choose her projects correctly and works hard, she has miles to go and I'm sure she will leave a lasting mark in the glamour industry," he added. Tridha has garnered a huge fan following since she has entered the television industry. She plays the role of Swadheenta in the Star Plus show.  Prince Narula's weak moment onscreen Reality TV star Prince Narula and his team members had a weak moment wherein the leader broke down in tears as he came out in support of his gang in the show "Renault MTV Roadies X4". Prince Narula's gang was faced with a tough situation wherein other gangs went against his gang members. Prince backed up his gang and how! On seeing his gang member's plight, he had a major meltdown. A source said: "Prince and his gang have stood the test of time. Others respect his gang's unity and they have set an example by standing for each other through thick and thin."