DID Super Moms was hosted by Jay Bhanushali, with judges Bhagyashree, Urmila Matondkar, and Remo Dsouza. Only a small number of the thousands of moms who tried out for the show made it to the Top 12 in the Grand Premiere episode. Varsha Burma of Haryana has been crowned the season 3 champion of DID Super Moms after three months of intensive competition, training, and fun. She received the trophy and Rs. 5 lakhs in cash prize. She was also given a check for an additional Rs 2.5 lakh by the sponsors. Anila Ranjan, Alpana Pandey, Ridhi Tiwari, Sadhna Mishra, and Sadika Khan were the other contestants.
The grand finale episode had some of the biggest celebrities as the guest. Rashmika Mandanna came to promote her film Goodbye on the show. The evergreen performer and Bollywood star Govinda also graced his presence at the finale. Both of them grooved to the beats of the hit song Saami from Pushpa. Remo D’souza also showed his moves and channeled his inner Allu Arjun as he did the famous Srivalli steps with a chappal. Neena Gupta who also stars in Goodbye was seen having a fun chat with the judges and Govinda.
About Varsha Burma
Varsha, who is originally from Haryana, used to work as a day laborer on a building site. She has always loved to dance and participated in several competitions prior to being married. She made the decision to take part in DID Super Moms 3 because she wanted to create a better future for her kid, who is five years old.
On winning the show, Varsha said, “I never imagined that I would win the competition. When the winner's name was going to be called, I was on the stage. I was ecstatic to be among the top two. Although I could have known I would win, I was just grateful to have gotten this far. For me, just getting to the finals was a major accomplishment. It was a lovely journey. I had the happiest three months of my life working on the show, which I will never forget. I want to use the winning money for my son's career and academic pursuits. I want to use that money to meet my son's needs. I never imagined that I would win the competition.”