How to Vote for India’s Best Dancer Using the FirstCry App & Website

How to Vote for India’s Best Dancer Using the FirstCry App & Website

Dance is an expression that is best enjoyed without inhibitions. Whether you’re a dancer or not, you get the gist, don’t you? Most people enjoy dancing and dance shows – it’s no wonder that there are some many great ones out there. If you’re the kind of person that is up-to-date with dance shows, then, you mustn’t have missed the auditions of a trending dance reality show on Sony called India’s Best Dancer.

The show went live in February 2020, and is an overload of dance, comedy, and entertainment! The judges, the beautiful Malaika Arora, the charming Terence Lewis, and the sweetest, our favourite, Geeta Kapoor, whom everyone fondly calls ‘Ma‘, together shortlisted 12 best dancers who will now compete for the title. However, their fate depends on your votes, too.

And, to help the contestants move ahead, has made provisions for you to vote for your favourite India’s Best Dancer contestant using the FirstCry App and the FirstCry website. We shall brief you quickly on the process of voting, but first, let’s take a look at the 12 highly focussed contestants who put up extraordinary performances and cracked each round, despite being in the hilarious company of Bharati and Haarsh.

List of India’s Best Dancer Contestants Available for Voting

This is the final list of the contestants who live by “why walk when we can dance”, and impressed the judges with their breath-taking moves in 90 seconds.

  • Rituja Junurkar
  • Mukul Gain
  • Himanshi Gurheriya
  • Mohammad Akib
  • Tiger Pop
  • Sonal Vichare
  • Sadhwi Majumdar
  • Raj Sharma
  • Shubhranil Paul
  • Adnan Ahmed Khan
  • Parandeep Singh
  • Swetha Warrier

If you’ve been following the show, you probably have your favourites and are wondering how to vote for them. Well, look no further. These simple steps will help you understand the voting process of India’s Best Dancer.

How to Vote for India’s Best Dancer Contestants Online on FirstCry

Someone wise once said dancers don’t need wings to fly. It’s true; they don’t. But, they do need your votes to become India’s Best Dancer!

Follow these instructions to vote for the contestants on the FirstCry App and the FirstCry Website.

Voting Through FirstCry’s App

  1. Download the FirstCry app via the App Store or Google Play. You can also use one of the download options given on this webpage.
  2. Sign-up/Login to the FirstCry app.
  3. Vote for your favourite dancer.

Voting Through FirstCry’s Website

  1. Go to and sign up.
  2. Log in with your credentials.
  3. Click on the picture of your favourite contestant to vote for him/her.

Important Points to Remember Before Voting

We understand each episode is power-packed, and the dancers’ energies can make you jump out of your own sofa and grab the phone to vote! But, before you do that, read these important points. They will help you vote carefully, and take the most deserving contestant ahead in the competition.

  • You must sign up on the app and the website to vote for your favourite India’s Best Dancer contestant.
  • You get a maximum of 50 votes, so vote wisely.
  • Voting is accepted only when the lines are open.

India’s Best Dancer Voting on FirstCry: Terms & Conditions

Terms and conditions are applicable for voting for the India’s Best Dancer contestants on the FirstCry website or the FirstCry App.

Now that you know how to vote for the India’s Best Dancer contestants, head straight to the FirstCry website or the FirstCry app when the voting lines open. Your votes can help the most gifted dancer achieve his/her dream of becoming the winner of India’s Best Dancer!

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