Shilpa Shetty is back on the Sets of Super Dancer Chapter 4. The Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty Kundra who went missing from the dance reality show Super Dancer 4 after the arrest of her husband and businessman Raj Kundra in the alleged porn film case. Shilpa Shetty resumed shooting at the sets of Super Dancer Chapter 4 for the next week’s episode. There were a lot of speculations as well as rumors circulating in the industry circles about whether The actress Shilpa Shetty will be persisted as a judge of the popular dance reality show. A source close to the production house of the show cleared the air surrounding the issue. As per the source
“Shilpa has judged the show since it started in its first season in 2016. The makers were waiting for her to return and did not want to get another celeb in her place. We are glad that she has resumed shooting. Hopefully, she will continue on the show till the end of this season. It was also an emotional decision for her to gather courage and get back to work after her husband got allegedly involved in the porn apps case. The makers are happy that Shilpa is back shooting today and they did not have to look for a replacement.”
Anurag Basu Said his on Shilpa Shetty is Back to Shooting
filmmaker and Shilpa’s co-judge Anurag Basu when asked about Shilpa Shetty’s return on Super Dancer 4. He said, “I have no clue. had sent her a message asking, ‘When are you coming back’, but I got no reply, so I don’t know when she will be back. I can’t say. I don’t know what’s happening. Let’s hope (she returns) soon. I’m just looking forward.”
When asked Basu if he misses Shilpa, he said, “Yes, absolutely, we miss Shilpa a lot on set. There’s a bonding between all of us, who’re a part of the show, and which also includes people behind the scene and the choreographers. We’re a small family and when one person isn’t around, then bahut mushkil hota hai. Shilpa is dear to us.”
Shilpa Shetty has been judging the show since the first season along with filmmaker Anurag Basu and Bollywood choreographer Geeta Kapur.
Talking about the pornography case, Raj Kundra was booked under IPC Sections 420 (cheating), 34 (common intention), 292 and 293 (related to obscene and indecent advertisements and displays), and relevant sections of the IT Act and the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act.