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"I feel like a star," says 'DID 3' winner Rajasmita
Rajasmita desires to become the best Bollywood dancer and wants to train young children.
New Delhi: Odisha girl Rajasmita Kar feels like a star after winning the third season of reality show 'Dance India Dance'. She not only aims to be the best dancer, but also teach young children.
"I feel like a star. People are clicking my pictures and want to know more about me. I used to watch all this happening to people on TV but now people are watching me," the 21-year-old, who hails from Roulkela, told IANS.
"I am so happy. I never thought my 'DID' journey would shape up like this and I will be giving interviews and sharing my experience. It feels great," she added. Kar was declared the winner of Zee TV's dance reality show Saturday and walked away with Maruti Ertiga car.
She desires to become the best Bollywood dancer and wants to train young children. "I would like to become the best dancer of the industry just like my idol Sridevi and then train young children," said Rajasmita, who has been gifted a house by Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik and a cheque of Rs.3 lakh from the Rourkela Steel Plant.
A trained hip-hop dancer, Rajasmita also desires to learn her state's dance form, Odissi. "I have done a lot of hip-hop and learned many other forms at 'DID 3' but never got a chance to do classical. If I get time I would love to learn Odissi, that connects one to God," she said.
Besides dancing, she loves to paint and make clay idols. Talking about her co-contestants on the show, she says they were never like competitors.
"My co-contestants were very friendly and infact we all lived like a family. There was no ill feeling or bad vibes due to the competition. And coming to 'DID' was a dream come true for me and I will always cherish the time I spent here," she said.