'DID Super Moms' winner wants to choreograph Deepika-Ranveer
Mumbai-based Harpreet Khatri, who was declared the winner of "Dance India Dance Super Moms" season two, wants to choreograph Bollywood's hit pair Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh for a film
Mumbai-based Harpreet Khatri, who was declared the winner of "Dance India Dance Super Moms" season two, wants to choreograph Bollywood's hit pair Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh for a film.
Harpreet has worked as an assistant with choreographer duo Bosco-Caesar and she considers them as her inspiration. She is now looking forward to work in Bollywood as a full-time choreographer.
Harpreet Khatri. Pic/YouTube
"I want to work as a full-time choreographer now. I will grab whatever opportunity will come my way. I would love to
choreograph Deepika and Ranveer for a Bollywood movie as both of them are great performers and very energetic," Harpreet told PTI.
"But before anyone else I want to choreograph a song for our very own Govinda ji," she added. The show was judged by actor Govinda and ace choreographers Geeta Kapoor and Terence Lewis.
Harpreet, one of the favorites of the judges, feels like a celebrity after winning the reality dance show. Mother of a 22-month-old baby boy, she thinks her husband's support was the main reason behind her success.
"I am very thankful to my husband for supporting me throughout my journey in DID. He was in the USA but he kept me
motivated," she said. After working hard for so many days, Harpreet, 33, is now planning to spend some time with her family.
"I was completely into DID and my husband was in USA. Now when my hardwork has paid off I want to spend time with my
family and especially my son," she added. She defeated Somya Shree from Karnataka, Mumbai's Sneha Adapawar and Delhi-based Dipashree Chatterjee and took home a cash prize of Rs five lakh and contract with Zee TV.
Although, she impressed the judges and audience with her flawless performances, Harpreet always had this fear of facing the camera.
"I would like to confess that every time I came on stage in front of the cameras I had butterflies in my stomach. I was nervous before each and every performance, but I guess it is good for a performer to be nervous," she said.