“India Dance Week – Dance for a Cause” is the first ever two day dance festival celebrated on International Dance Day in India (27-28th April), where varied dance forms be it Indian or International classical, Indian or international folk, Ballroom, Bollywood, Hip Hop or contemporary all come together on one single platform.
Soparrkar announced that this year for the day one “India dance Week – Dance for a Cause” come forward in support of the Indian Army and announced their association with The Fauji Foundation of India. Capt. Prasoon Kumar CEO of Fauji Foundation of India was personally present to talk about their association with this unique festival with a heart.
The day two will be a mega all India competition where participants from different parts of the country will come together and will perform a variety of dance style and will also support the differently abled individuals from the Advitya Foundation.
Sandip Soparrkar personally hosted the introduction ceremony of this one of its kind dance festival at Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla which was attended by the who is who from the field of dance.
The evening started with enthusiastic Indian classical dance performances from Uma Rele’s Nalanda Nritya Kala Mahavidyalaya followed by ballerinas from Villoo Bharucha’s School of Ballet. Brian Fernandes’ troupe performed hip hop and street dances, and Folk dancers from Shreyas Desai’s Myriad Arts displayed varied folk dances, and Sandip Soparrkar’s Ballroom Studio presented some Classic Ballroom dances.
The gorgeous actress Bhagyashree danced to her hit songs Kabutar Jaa Jaa and Dil Diwana Bin Sajana Ke Mane Nah from her super hit film Maine Pyaar Kiya and enthralled the audience with her grace and elegance, she later unveiled the trophy, cut the customary cake in the presence of Mr Haresh Mehta and Mr Rajesh Srivastav, President and Vice President of India Fine Arts Council.
Speaking on occasion the excited choreographer Sandip Soparrkar said, “I am so overwhelmed that Bhagyashree agreed to come and unveil the trophy of India Dance week – Dance for a Cause season 6 and I also would like to thank Phoenix market city Kurla for yet again associating with our festival. This year the festival will be a visual treat, so don’t forget to be a part of it.”