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Super Dancer Chapter 4: Malaika Arora misses her gang of girls Kareena Kapoor, Karisma and Amrita Arora on the show – here's why!

Participating in competitions can go beyond just competing for a trophy. Sometimes, contestants end up making bonds and friends for life. Similarly, on Sony Entertainment Television's Super Dancer - Chapter 4, a trio of contestants has struck a special bond among themselves. Amit Kumar, Sanchit Chanana and Pruthviraj Kongari, all of whom are superlative dancers in their own right, and together call themselves as ASP (Amit, Sanchit, Pruthvuraj). A video showcased during the Bollywood Queens Special episode gave a glimpse into all the mischief, masti, camaraderie and everything in-between that they share during rehearsals and their spare time.

The pranksters love each other's company and state with assurance in unison, "We won't ever break our friendship." Prithviraj, whose parents are not with him during the shoot unlike the other contestants, said that Sanchit and Amit never let him feel lonely. "We are like brothers," he reveals. Moved by their strong bond, Terence said that it sets an example about how they may be competing with each other on the show, yet their friendship remains strong.

Malaika Arora told the trio about the importance of keeping "bachpan ke dost" close to their heart. "Do not forget each other. You will grow up and become big in your fields, but keep this friendship together. Call up and message each other. This friendship will be special and you will always remember it," she said, reminiscing her own close-knit group with Kareena Kapoor Khan, Karisma Kapoor and sister Amrita Arora. She added, "Woh do behene hain, aur hum do behne hain. We are very similar. Humare kafi likes and dislikes similar hain. But humara group ka naam har hafte change hota hai. It all depends on what one says in the group. But the one common thing about the four of us is humein khana bohot accha lagta hai. So everything revolves around food."

For Geeta Kapur, the fun and frolic of ASP reminded of her own camaraderie with Terence Lewis and Remo D'souza. Before the ASP boys took over the stage, Pruthviraj and his guru, Subhranil Paul, were the centre of attention with their superb performance. For the Bollywood Queens special episode, they paid a tribute to Dimple Kapadia, and danced to the iconic song, Sagar Jaisi Aankhonwaali. The choreography, expressions and footwork did the magic for Pruthviraj, who got a 'seedhi' ovation from the judges. Terence praised him for upping his game week after week while also noted the little boy's ease with complex footwork in a performance that was subtle, simple and heart-warming.

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