My dance journey has been a roller coaster ride!! It all started at my school when I was 7 years old.
I did a dance performance that my sister had choreographed for me, and after that she made me join an institute where I got trained for a year.
The game-changer was my school's Annual function where I was the lead dancer amongst all my seniors. I am officially trained in old-school Hip Hop under Saif sir and Ashu sir. They have always encouraged me and I thank them from the bottom of my heart for seeing something in me and giving me the opportunity. Since then I used to go to different competitions with them.
Later, I trained myself by following different artists. I have also attended workshops under Sambo Mukherjee, Abhishek das, Ravi Verma, Ryan, and Karthik Raja and got several opportunities to teach in different dance institutes. Currently, I am teaching in Twist N Turns as a Hip Hop instructor.
As I said my dance journey has been a roller coaster ride because I left dance several times due to some issues but I am thankful for this art, DANCE, which never left me. Thanks to my family who always supported me
I've been dancing ever since I was 7 years old, when my sister choreographed a performance for me. It was a huge hit, and since then I've been training in old-school hip hop under Saif sir and Ashu sir. They've always encouraged me and I'm thankful to them for giving me the opportunity.
Since then, I've traveled to different competitions with them. After that, I trained myself by following different artists' work ethic, as well as going to workshops led by Sambo Mukherjee, Abhishek Das, Ravi Verma, Ryan and Karthik Raja. I've also taught at dance institutes across the country—including Twist N Turns—and have had several opportunities to teach in different schools across the city.
My dance journey has been a roller coaster ride because at times it seemed like I wouldn't be able to keep up with my passion for dancing (and life), but thanks to everyone who has supported me along the way!
I've been dancing since I was seven years old.
When I was a kid, my sister choreographed a routine for me to perform at my school's annual function. It was a big deal—I was the lead dancer in my class, and I was so proud! After that, she made me join an institute so that I could get trained up on old-school hip hop.
It was there that I met Saif Sir and Ashu Sir, who would always encourage me and tell me how amazing I am. They've always seen something in me that makes them want to support me. Since then, I've gone to different competitions with them and trained myself by following other artists as well.
I've also attended workshops under Sambo Mukherjee, Abhishek Das, Ravi Verma and Ryan among others to learn more about dance and get more opportunities to teach in different dance institutes around the city. Currently, I'm teaching hip hop at Twist N Turns as a teacher!
My dance journey has been a roller coaster ride because there have been times when it felt like it was over for me—but no matter what happened or how many times it ended up being over again (and again), dance never left me behind
My dance journey has been a roller coaster ride. It all started at my school when I was seven years old.
My sister choreographed a dance performance for me and after that she made me join an institute where I got trained for a year. She is also my teacher, and I am thankful to her for teaching me how to dance.
But it wasn't until I was in high school that everything changed. My school had an annual function where we were the lead dancers in all our school's performances. That was when I officially became trained in old-school hip hop under Saif and Ashu sir. They have always encouraged me and seen something in me—they've given me opportunities no one else would've given me. Since then, I went on to compete with them at different competitions, teaching workshops under Sambo Mukherjee and Abhishek Das (who both have given me great advice), Ravi Verma (who's helped me through some tough times), Ryan (who set up my upcoming gig as a hip hop instructor), and Karthik Raja (who taught