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Guru of Dance, Shiamak Davar is known to create stars. With the most sought after dance academy, Bollywood celebrities have been sending their children to start out early and learn under his guidance. His students show, Winter Funk ™ was again a starry event as Karisma Kapoor, Raveena Tandon, Parizaad Kolah, Manish and Poonam Goel were seen cheering on their kids at this grand dance event! Madhavan’s wife and Chunky Pandey’s kid were also amongst the other performers. Shiamak is on his way in creating the next generation of Bollywood stars!
“My journey in Bollywood started out with Karisma in Dil Toh Pagal Hai. She is such a talented performer and it is because of her that my choreography looked so good! It’s a full circle as her daughter is learning from me now. So great to have her!” said Shiamak.
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Sonali Cable is writer-director Charudatt Acharya’s maiden voyage, being one of the 8 scripts selected for Mumbai Mantra-Sundance Institute Screenwriters Lab 2012. It stars Rhea Chakraborty (Meri Dad Ki Maruti), Ali Fazal (Bobby Jasoos) and Anupum Kher (A Wednesday) in pivotal roles. It also marks the debut of Dance India Dance finalist Raghav Juyal.
Ek Mulaqat Ho kicks of the album, a well composed track by Amjad-Nadeem of the Ankit Tiwari and/or Jeet Ganguly disposition. Jubin Nautiyal’s superior vocals more than make up for Sameer’s simplistic lyrics. He has a beautiful classical quality yet blends in with the rock ballad like style of the track brilliantly. The unplugged version is equally good. Unfortunately, Altamash »
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2 items from 2014
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