Bollywood Special with Radha

April 14, 2016 at 12:14 am Leave a comment

The name „Bollywood“ comes from a combination of Bombay, the old name of Mumbai, and Hollywood – the center of the United States film industry.

Bollywood films are mostly known for their elaborate musical dance scenes. Bollywood dancing is the foundation of every great Indian film. The contemporary Bollywood dance style is a fusion of classical Indian dance and western influences like jazz, hip hop, and modern together with glamorous costumes and colors. Get ready to step into the world of glitz and glamour of Bollywood dancing.

The Bolly good time on 09th of March – in Leiferde / near Braunschweig – was a private workshop. a former student of mine has organized it. 

The classes are a great source of fun and enjoyment and help to maintain health and fitness levels in both children and adults.

Express yourself with dance and have a Bolly good time!

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Classes and dance evenings for adults and children are held on regular basis in Braunschweig and Hannover area.

And a Special Bolly good time will be on 29th of April at 5:15 pm at „move your town“ in Hannover. –Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum Hannover · Willy-Brandt-Allee 5 

Whether you are an experienced dancer or more of a beginner, these lessons aim to build the confidence of each student and progress on to rhythmic steps and lively dance routines. Classes feature an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary music, incorporating a range of dance styles.


Entry filed under: Bollywood Dance, Competition/Event, Uncategorized.

After the trip :) Cultural Tours and Trips

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