South Plainfield, NJ (TIP): Admirers of Bollywood dances witnessed the most exciting moment of their life when Bollywood choreographer Saroj Khan visited New Jersey to conduct a three- day workshop from April 1, 2016 to April 3, 2016. A grand welcome reception was arranged for the famous Bollywood dance director at the TV Asia studio in Edison.
Hosted by Navrang Dance Academy and World Cinema Partners the event attracted a huge crowd of Bollywood movie and dance lovers who attended the workshop to learn dance from Masterji herself. Mrs. Varsha Naik, the creative director and owner of Navrang Dance Academy, organized this event in her Studio in South Plainfield.
More than 130 registered participants from ages 3 and up attended the workshop. This 3 -day intensive workshop gave them an opportunity to learn from the master herself. They were extremely happy and excited to have learned the original steps for some of the most popular Bollywood songs that Saroj has choreographed and everyone is waiting for next workshop. Learning from legend makes lots of difference in individual’s dance style and personalities.
She composed many different and original steps on her award winning songs like “Dhak Dhak”, “Choli ke peeche “and the most recent hit song “Ghaani Bawri” from Tanu Weds Manu returns exclusively for this workshop. She taught 6 Bollywood dance numbers in 3 days.
It was a successful and well organized event that gave students an opportunity to have one on one interaction with Masterji and get ideas, tips and pointers on how to dance and also choreograph. Certificates were awarded to all the participants who completed the workshop.
Master Saroj Khan mentioned in her note: “This is by no means a destination, but only the beginning of an unending journey and association with Navrang Dance Academy. As the festivities of India bring color and joy let dance add to the tune and harmony that make life a fun filled event today and every day!”
The participants and fans of Saroj khan who met her during this workshop truly believe that this event brought in a lot of color, fun and a new perspective of dance in their lives.