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Spectacular Dance Covers to Give You that Much-Needed Break

In these times of adversity, we all need short breaks from life. Whether you’re in the mood for something upbeat and fun or peaceful and mesmerizing, here are some dance covers for you!

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Dance is such a great way to express yourself and your emotions. The large variety of dance forms that you can experiment with is just the cherry on top. Whether it is classical or Bollywood music or hip-hop on some crazy beats, there aren’t any set rules restricting you. You can experiment with various dance genres and music as long as you are enjoying yourself.

Swetha Naidu recently uploaded a dance cover on the pop-upbeat song Kurta Pajama by Tony Kakkar and Shehnaaz Gill on the Dancing Divas YouTube channel. She experimented with a Bollywood number, freestyling and including a few Bollywood steps. The video is entertaining with great dance moves and set production maintaining an aesthetic to compliment the dance style and music.

Credits: YouTube (Dancing Divas)

You don’t always need to be the dancer though. Dance evokes emotions within you even when you’re just a spectator. Inzync Duo’s dance cover on the emotional tunes of Mere Soneya, from the movie Kabir Singh, will make you feel peaceful with the smooth flow in their choreography. Nikitha Joseph and Anna Prasad, who together comprise of the Inzync Duo are B.com students from Cochin following their passion – Dance. They choreographed this mesmerizing Bollywood piece with a classical twist and collaborated with Kalyani B Nair. Kalyani B Nair has her own YouTube channel where she regularly uploads dance videos. Their graceful movements in a scenic atmosphere with heart-breaking music and beautiful costumes complimenting the whole vibe will provide you with that break you needed from your life.

Credits: YouTube (INZYNC DUO- Anna & Nikitha)

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These Dancers Are Here To Lighten Up Your Mood With Their Amazing Choreographies!

We bring you some talented dancers and their beautiful choreographies – from semiclassical to hip-hop – on some of your Bollywood favourites!

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Dance is so versatile. From Semi-classical to Bollywood to Contemporary and so many more forms! Each with its own set of rules, gestures, movements. Each with its own format of narrating a story and expressing emotion. Dancers practising each form develop their own style. Hence, they narrate the stories from their perspective.

Today, we discover three such choreographies of different styles and forms. Each equally entertaining, yet so different from the other. These dance covers are on songs we all already know and love. The dancers tell you the same story, yet make it interesting in a way you haven’t experienced before!

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The list begins with a semi-classical choreography by Angela Choudhary and Sneha Kapoor. They perform on the song Rangreza by Sachin Sanghvi. Angela Choudhary recently moved back to India to pursue her dreams of becoming a professional dancer while Sneha Kapoor is already living her dreams as a dancer and choreographer. In fact, Sneha Kapoor founded a Mumbai-based Dance Institute, ‘Sneha Kapoor Institue of Performing Arts’.

This particular collaboration between the two dancers is phenomenal! Their graceful moves in beautiful costumes will spell-bind you. Other than the costumes and set, the makeup pulls the whole look together. Altogether their rendition of their song is enchanting and a must-watch.

Credits – YouTube (Angela Choudhary)

Now, we have Rohit Jethwani (Junior Jethu) and Jiggar Thakkar with their version of the crowd-favourite song, Badtameez Dil. And if you liked Ranbir Kapoor’s dance in the song, you’ll definitely love this dance cover too!

Both the dancers deliver an energetic and entertaining performance. In fact, it’s a guarantee that you will get up and dance when you watch this video!

Credits – YouTube (Junior Jethu)

Finally, we end with an absolute bang! Tushar Shetty and Supahit uploaded a video with their choreography for the song, ‘Bachna Ae Haseeno’. Both the dancers enter the set in bright yellow suits and immediately grab your attention. For the rest of the video, you simply cannot take your eyes off them!

Credits – YouTube (Tushar Shetty)
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Moving With The Flow: The Story Behind Sneha Desai

A dancer, a teacher and a software developer, Sneha Desai talks about her love for dancing and the redundancy of the word ‘tired’.

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Sneha Desai

A passionate teacher and a talented software developer, Sneha Desai has been through an interesting journey. A journey that she made on her own, reassured only by her own belief in herself. Perhaps, it was the first love of her life, that of dance, that gave her the strength she needed to face the challenges that came along the way. Maybe, it was her mother constantly being a pillar of support in times of uncertainty and doubt. Whatever the motivating factor was, it was a journey of miles and consistent work, one that deserves to be recognized and applauded.

As a child, Desai remembers her mother encouraging her to take up singing and dancing. Though she tried both, dance stuck with her in a more tangible manner. Her first serious performance came at the delicate age of 4, when she performed a traditional Marathi folk lavani. While she was always interested in conceptualizing her own choreography as a child, often with inputs from her mother, Desai’s first foray into dance choreography and teaching happened at the transitional period between 17 and 18 years of age. Hired as an instructor for belly dancing after she joined a studio, she discovered her love for teaching and instructing others in dance.

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Desai’s first real challenge came in 2018. After moving to India from the USA, Desai never thought she would have to go back. However, when she did move back to the states in 2018, she faced a whole host of hurdles. At the cusp of her departure from India, Desai had just started making a name for herself. Her choreography had just gained traction and was getting some recognition. When she left India for the USA, all of that had to be started over. A new country meant that she had no way of knowing where to look for videographers, props or costumes. All her familiars were not easily available to her. Still, she stuck with it. With a little bit of motivation from her mother, Desai juggled a full-time job and her own personal brand management and social media marketing. The challenge was real and she faced it head on. She started her own studio with 5 students and grew to teach classes of 60-80 students. The whole experience is one, as Desai claims, of the most courageous steps she had taken in her entire life.

If I wouldn’t have moved, perhaps I would have never become an independent Sneha Desai, standing up for herself.

Sneha Desai

Desai’s major breakthrough came with her going public online with her visual content. A video of her choreography quickly garnered online attention and, soon, she was on her way to making a name for herself. Subsequent videos of her choreography got the same attention and people came to know her for her dance and choreography. Her personal ambition to teach as many as she can is a happy realization of this, a beneficial outcome of the love and recognition she, herself, received.

It is quite interesting to weigh Desai’s successes against her general outlook on life. According to her, teaching dance was the only thing she had in her sights. Her current brand and the recognition she has now were all unplanned, happy offshoots. She dealt with the challenges and setbacks she faced as they came. For her, it was always about letting things run their course and deal with them in the present. Still, she asserts that the only thing that kept her able to face everything is believing in herself and knowing the limits she could push herself to.

It is, perhaps, this same approach that she takes to dance. Dance represents a form of meditation for Desai. It is in dance that she truly loses herself, believing it to be a truly untethered and creative medium of expressing one’s self. Consequently, she believes that in conceptualizing a dance routine or any choreography, it is important, first and foremost, to capture the mood behind a track. Everything else comes later.

 I definitely do believe in Whatever happens, happens for the best“.

Sneha Desai

Her personal journey has taught Desai more than she could have learnt on her own. She knows the value of perseverance and persistent effort. As she states, talent is not something that is an unattainable, natural gift. It is something that is carefully nurtured and evolved with consistent hard work. Desai, truly, believes in cultivating one’s own talent and skill set rather than relying on the idea of it being something innate. This is the same advice she would give to any aspiring individuals in their own personal fields. Work, work and consistent work. As she reaffirms, it is not beneficial to fall back on the idea of being ‘tired’. In fact, she suggests removing that word entirely from one’s vocabulary. It is only then that we would learn the extent of our own capabilities. 

Remove ‘Tired’ from your dictionary!”

Sneha Desai

Well, she must be on to something. After all, it has been working splendidly for her.

Credits: YouTube (Sneha Desai)
Credits: YouTube (Sneha Desai)
Credits: YouTube (Sneha Desai)
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Check Out These Groovy Dance Covers To The Hot Billboard #1 Hits!

Ariana and BTS are dominating the music industry with their musical hits – watch these beautiful dance covers to their recent hits.

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The name BTS is definitely not foreign to the listeners of pop music; the 7 member South Korean boyband gave the k-pop wave a new form and popularized the said genre in the west. Recently, the group earned their first ever #1 on Billboard Hot 100 with ‘Dynamite’.

Boss Babes did a cover of the disco pop hit and it’s a treat to our eyes. The trio dances to the retro vibe song to the choreography made by Nikita Borse. Recorded in an aesthetically pleasing setting, the cover features Nikita Borse herself along with Amreet Rajput and Anuja Maheshwari. The editing is so on point that is highlights the perfect synchronization of the choreography.

Credits: YouTube (Boss Babes Official)

Ariana Grande, the 27 year old singer released her 6th studio album with a mature and distinct R&B Sound. The title track ‘Positions’ is sensual and fearless. Recently, iPOP studio released a dance cover of the unapologetic track ‘Positions’ and you don’t want to miss it out! The cover features Nikita Patil, Ankita Gole and Yadnika Birari. The moves are made by Nikita Patil; with the fluidity of the choreography so on point, the cover is an absolute treat to the eyes. The moves are clean and perfectly executed which serves as the highlights of the cover.

Credits: YouTube (iPOP Studio)
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A Portrait of Pattering Feet: Vaishali Sagar’s Journey

Vaishali Sagar, a decorated performer trained in Indian Folk Dance, talks about her journey and her outlook on life.

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Born in Porbandar, Gujarat and raised in Mumbai, Vaishali Sagar’s earliest memories are that of dancing. As Sagar claims, her mother often remarked on how, as a child, she walked less and danced more. Dance, however, was not the only passion she chased. As a growing girl, she involved herself in painting and reading. Soon, though, at the early age of 8, her passion for dancing saw a channeled growth as she began her formal training under the tutelage of Rooma Banerjee. It was that specific moment in her life that marked the beginning of her journey. 

An alumna from Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce, Sagar went on to further train in Indian Folk Dance under her former tutor, Rooma Banerjee. Indeed, it is a curious tale of happy accidents that led her to the position she is in now. At the age of 16, Sagar agreed to teach two friends a dance routine for the upcoming wedding of their cousin. The choreography got a good reception and before she knew it, Sagar was teaching 6 students over the weekend. The initial 6 students grew to 900 and, in 2000, Kalanjay Dance Academy was born.

Credits: Facebook (Kalanjay Dance Academy)

Kalanjay, under Sagar’s guidance, has borne witness to a wonderful journey. A representative of India at numerous international folk festivals, the academy has gradually come to establish itself as a mainstay in the Indian folk dance landscape. With multiple awards already under their belt, including a gold medal at the Bambini Del Monde, held in Agrigento, Italy, Kalanjay and Sagar, now, look forward to an even brighter future.

While her journey has been inspirational, there are still people that Sagar looks up to. Her teachers, Rooma Banerjee and Prashant Bhafalekhar, have played an important role in shaping her into the individual she has become today. Moreover, Sagar counts Pyal Shah, her lead dancer amongst the people she, herself, finds aspirational. 

“Be truthful and dedicated to your art!”

Vaishali Sagar

Still, her journey this far has not been one without obstacles. Coming from a familial background which put a lot of emphasis on education, there were some initial reservations from her parents when Sagar first stated her intention to pursue dance as a career. Her father gave her a year and his garage to use as her studio. Her perseverance and determination eventually prevailed. Sagar has, since then, received unwavering support from her parents and her husband in her ventures.

Her message!

For Sagar, dance, truly, holds a sense of magic. It is, perhaps, this perspective that motivates her to keep honing her craft. Her own drive to keep bettering herself and learning from her past mistakes is something she instills in her own students, who she cherishes. She believes that innate talent should run parallel with persistence and consistent hard work. That alone, she reaffirms, is the key to success.

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Credit: YouTube (Vaishali Sagar)
Credit: YouTube (Vaishali Sagar)
Credit: YouTube (Vaishali Sagar)
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These Semi-Classical Dance Choreographies Will Leave You Awestruck!

We introduce you to some talented dancers to impress and inspire you with their semi-classical choreographies to Bollywood songs!

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Whether you want to admit it or not, we all have memories of blasting music and dancing in the privacy of our own rooms. You let the music take over you, feel it in every cell of your body and just let go. It’s like the music moves you. You don’t have to think, the movement comes naturally to you. This is just one of the beauties of humanity. When your movements don’t even have to make sense. But dancing in reality, as an art form is so much more complex. And semi-classical dance is somewhere in between these two extremes.

While it isn’t as rigid as Indian classical dances, it isn’t as easy as dancing in your room without any thought or structure.  The genuineness of pure classical forms of dance is preserved. Yet, semi-classical is much more fluid in nature, forgiving. It usually breaks from the fixed structures, adopting a contemporary feel.

Sure, dancers have more artistic freedom while creating their own choreographies. However, skill and knowledge about the dance form are still crucial. At last, you have to learn the rules to break them. And today, we present some phenomenal dancers who have mastered this!

The Covers…

First up, we have Nidhi Kumar. She uploaded a spectacular dance cover on the heart-touching song, ‘Titliaan’. Nidhi narrates the story through a mix of semi-classical, kathak and freestyle dance. Her expressions with the aesthetics of the video will leave you awe-struck. The costume, location, hair and makeup – all just add to the story narration resulting in a powerful, yet graceful piece of art!

Credits – YouTube (Nidhi Kumar)

We also have Nidhi Ram and Neha Ram, sisters with their duet dance cover of the timeless ‘Mere Dholna’ from ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa’. The costume, their expressions, gestures and movements make the whole experience even more beautiful. This semi-classical choreography is an absolute delight to watch!

Credits – YouTube (Nidhi and Neha)
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