Mumbai, Oct 11: V Company, a group of 50 dancers, were announced as the champions of Remo D’Souza-judged reality show “Dance Plus” tonight. The winners take home Rs 25 lakh and a brand new Maruti Suzuki Swift as the prize money. The other top 3 contestants on the show were Question Mark crew, Hardik Rawat and Poppin Ticko.  (Read: Narendra Modi: Need for quick pace development in ports, space technology)Also Read - Shakti-Mukti Mohan Recreate 'Pyar Dilon Ka Mela Hai' On A Yacht In Stunning Backless Outfits | Watch

Remo was the super judge on the Star Plus show while Shakti Mohan, Dharmesh Yelande and Sumeet Nagdev were the captains.”From now on, this group of 50 will embark on a new dancing journey that will surely take them places. I would like to thank all the audiences for voting and making the show a huge success,” Remo said while congratulating the group on their win. Also Read - 'Broken But Beautiful' Sidharth Shukla Graces The Sets of Dance Deewane 3 - Check Viral Pics

Rohit Manoj Jadhav, the group leader, said it was a dream come true to be crowned the winners of the reality show.”Winning this show came as a huge surprise. We are feeling great. The dream with which we came to this competition is achieved now. It was very important for us to win this competition. We are thankful to people for appreciating the concept of mega crew,” Rohit told PTI after his win. Also Read - 'Agar Kuch Ho, Pehle Mujhe Ho!' Dharmesh Yelande's Wish For Remo D'Souza Makes Fans go Emotional

“We wanted people to know about the concept of mega group and we think it made us stand out as winners finally.”The group, who have worked with Remo on “ABCD 2”, said it was hardest to impress the director-choreographer.

“It was toughest to impress Remo because we have worked with him on ABCD 2 and he knows what we excel in. It was very hard to bring something new every time we performed,” he said.
Their next target is World Hip Hop championship. “Next year, we will surely take part in World Hip Hop championship. In the past, we competed, but were on 8th position internationally. We are targeting the gold medal this time.”