MUMBAI: ZEETV’s DID L’il Masters breaks world record by creating the world’s largest video mosaic with over 1500+ people!

MUMBAI: ZEETV’s DID L’il Masters breaks world record by creating the world’s largest video mosaic with over 1500+ people!

MUMBAI: Zee TV has been instrumental in providing Indian youth with a global platform to showcase their singing, dancing, and acting talent.

The channel’s most iconic dance reality show, Dance India Dance revolutionized the landscape of dance in the country when it first began to air in 2009 by introducing some truly exceptional dancers and never-seen-before dance styles.

 After giving the audiences a glimpse of this year’s mind-blowing talent through some interesting promos, Zee TV is all geared up to welcome another season of its immensely popular franchise for the youngest dancing talent in the country- DID L’il Masters Season 5, which will premiere on 12th March and will air on Saturdays and Sundays at 9 PM, only on Zee TV!

 It features Remo D’Souza, Mouni Roy and Sonali Bendre on the judge’s panel and will be hosted by Jay Bhanushali.

In the run-up to the much-awaited launch of ‘DID L’il Masters season 5’, the channel has set out on a marketing blitzkrieg across the country to ensure that the new season creates mass hysteria of an unforeseen magnitude.

The highlight initiative was the biggest and the first-of-its-kind fan-sourced 360-degree dance video mosaic on the streets of Mumbai. The idea provided passionate dancers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to express their undying love for dance while being captured by a 360-degree rotating camera.

Each such 360-degree dance video of a DID buff dancing their hearts out made its way into a 30 ft x 11 ft video mosaic. The three-day activity that commenced on 5th March at Bandra’s Carter Road Promenade, witnessed a total of 1500+ entries by 7th March, thus paving the way for the channel to make a spectacular entry into the International Book of Records.

The gorgeous judge of the show, Sonali Bendre too participated in this activity by recording the final video to register a world record of the ‘World’s biggest 360-degree Video Mosaic’ using maximum, unique 360-degree videos sourced within 72 hours.

Talking about the same, Sonali mentioned, “I never really thought I would contribute to creating a world record in anything in life, but today I have. This is the best moment in my life. After I left for my treatment, I didn’t really know if I would ever get a chance to be here, breaking the world record and judging a reality show that too with Remo D’Souza and Mouni Roy.

This moment makes me very emotional and I am filled with gratitude. I couldn’t have been happier than this and for where I am.”

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