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Top-notch Film Dance School in Mumbai, Pune, Indore & Jaipur with never before dancing classes and training.Particular stress and exhaustive training in Bollywood dancing. Besides the orientation in Indian classical dance like Kathak, etc, ITASPA gives a broad knowledge in international dance forms like Salsa, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Contemporary, Flamenco, Ballroom etc.

Whether it is films, television commercial or social functions, dancing has become an integral part of Indian life. No wonder that not only dance related shows are most popular on Indian television, almost every film actor on the big or small screen is expected to be a good dancer as well.

The course will include all the aspects of dancing forms that combine to create the fascinating world of the Bollywood dance.

Indian Modern Dance (freestyle Bollywood) , Indian Semi-Classical, Bhangra, Hip Hop, Locking and Popping, Break dancing, Jazz, Street Jazz, Latin American forms, Broadway.

The ITA School has them all. Each of the styles would be taught by a professional so as to bring the student to a professional level, too.

Different courses have been designed to suit particular interests: Basic, Pre-Advance, Advance, Professional, and Crash Course – lasting between three months to one month. Celebrities from Bollywood would also be there to interact and even dance with our school students! Specialised courses in particular dance forms will also be announced from time to time.

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What Is Bollywood?

Bollywood dance is the dance-form used in the Indian films. It is a mixture of numerous styles. These styles include belly-dancing, kathak, Indian folk, Western popular, and “modern”, jazz, and even Western erotic dancing.

The term ‘Bollywood’ comes from the combination of the names of Bombay (now known as Mumbai) and Hollywood. The Bollywood film industry, based in Mumbai, is the largest film industry in the world in terms of ticket sales and the amount of films made per year.

Bollywood films are mostly musicals with very few movies made without at least one song and dance sequence. The films feature love interests, comedy and action thrills. The plots are often melodramatic and often feature star-crossed lovers, corrupt politicians, twins separated at birth, conniving villains, angry parents, courtesans with hearts of gold, dramatic reversals of fortune, and convenient coincidences.

While the acting and sound tracks that accompany these movies are fantastic in themselves, Bollywood is often known in the western culture for its awe inspiring dance sequences, often featuring large numbers of dancers in perfect co-ordination and ornate costumes.

The term ‘Bollywood’ in dance covers almost any style of dance featured in these extravagant musical movies. Some of the numerous styles of dance featured in films, either in fusion form or in pure forms, include Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Odissi, Garba & Bhangra as well as Belly-dance, Latin, Hip hop, Contempory and Jazz just to name a few! Bollywood dance itself is a style which encompasses all of these styles and more, as well as having its own unique flavour and merit.

Bollywood dance is now so popular in western culture that Bollywood dance classes are offered in most major cities around the globe. Superstars such as Shakira, Madonna and Britney Spears have been so inspired that they have added Bollywood costumes and moves to their stage shows and video clips. Bollywood dance has also gained recognition in the world of western dance and is now featured on shows such as ‘got talent’, ‘so you think you can dance’ and ‘dancing with the stars.

It is not unusual to see Western pop and pure classical dance numbers side by side in a Bollywood film. The international appeal of Bollywood dancing is something that has been in the making for many decades. Originally it was found only in places that had a significant consumption of Indian films. But today it is rising in popularity in the US, Canada and Europe. With the success of films such as the Oscar winning movie “Slumdog Millionaire”, Bollywood films and dance have taken the world by storm & has now come into the global spotlight. Much of this is due to the ever expanding Indian diaspora, but a significant proportion also comes from non-Indians who are fascinated by the exotic, larger than life qualities inherent in it. Be it their lavish sets, production value, or extravagant costumes, stars like Madonna, Shakira & Britney Spears have incorporated the Bollywood style of dance or music into their songs, videos and stage shows.

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The 20 best dancing divas of bollywood


by ryanrajsharma
| created – 31 Mar 2013
| updated – 08 Jul 2013
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Madhuri Dixit

1.
Madhuri Dixit

Actress |
Devdas

Born in a Marathi-speaking Koknastha Hindu Brahmin family consisting of dad, Shankar, mom, Snehlata, sisters, Rupa and Bharati, and brother, Ajit.

An acclaimed Kathak dancer, acting was not her goal, for she wanted to be a Micro-biologist, and did study in that course in Bombay’s Parle College, in …

Sridevi

2.
Sridevi

Actress |
English Vinglish

Sridevi was born on August 13, 1963 in her father’s hometown of Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu, India. Her mother was from Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. So Sridevi grew up speaking Telugu and Tamil. She has a sister named Srilatha and a stepbrother named Satish. Her dad passed away during the year 1991, while …

Vyjayanthimala

3.
Vyjayanthimala

Actress |
Devdas

Vyjayanthimala was born to actress and dancer Vasundhara Devi in a Tamil-speaking family in Chennai, India, on August 13, 1936.

At the age of 4, she got the rare chance of performing a dance before the Pope. Then at the age of 15, while in her final year at school, she was signed-up by family friend…

Hema Malini

4.
Hema Malini

Actress |
Sholay

Hema was born in the Tamil-speaking Chakravarthy household on October 16, 1948 in Ammankudi, Tamil Nadu. Her dad’s name is V.S.R. Chakravarthy and her mom, Jaya, was a film producer. She was enrolled in the Chennai-based Andhra Mahila Sabha.

After performing as a dancer in a 1961 regional movie, she…

Meena Kumari

5.
Meena Kumari

Actress |
Kaajal

Born 1933 into a poor Parsee theatre family of Ali Bux and dancer Iqbal begum in Bombay, Maharashtra, India. Entered films to support family in difficult times. She was six when hired for Leatherface (1939) in 1939 by Vijay Bhatt and named Baby Meena. Later she became Meena Kumari when cast for …

Waheeda Rehman

6.
Waheeda Rehman

Actress |
Guide

Waheeda was born in a Tamil and Urdu-speaking family in Chengalpattu-Tamil Nadu, India. Her father was the District Magistrate which led him to be posted in several places. Tragedy visited her in 1948 when her dad passed away. Her mom passed away in 1955.

A year after her dad’s death she appeared in…

Rekha

7.
Rekha

Actress |
Koi… Mil Gaya

Bhanurekha was born in the Tamil-speaking Ganesan household on October 10, 1954. Her dad was the popular Tamil actor, Gemini, while her mom was a popular Telugu actress, Pushpavalli. She has seven sisters and one brother. One of her sisters is Dr. Kamala Selvaraj, while another one, Radha, lives in…

Helen

8.
Helen

Actress |
Sholay

Helen was born in Burma to an Anglo Indian father named George Desmier and a Burmese mother named Marlene. Her father went missing during the Second World War. Her family migrated to India in 1942 as refugees in order to escape from the Japanese invasion of Burma. Helen was introduced to Bollywood …

Rani Mukerji

9.
Rani Mukerji

Actress |
Black

Mukerji comes from a film-oriented family of Bengali origin. Her father, Ram Mukherjee , is a retired director and one of the founders of “Filmalaya Studios”. Her mother, Krishna Mukherjee , was a playback singer. Her brother, Raj Mukherjee is a film producer, now turned director. Her maternal aunt, …

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

10.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

Actress |
Jodhaa Akbar

Born into a traditional south Indian family, Aishwarya started modeling at a young age. This green-blue-eyed beauty appeared in advertisements for many prestigious firms; the ones that brought her into the limelight were the garden sari and the Pepsi ad. Crowned Miss India 1994 runner-up, she was a…

Meenakshi Sheshadri

11.
Meenakshi Sheshadri

Actress |
Mahaguru

Meenakshi Sheshadri (born on November 16th 1963) is an Indian (Bollywood) film actress and dancer who acted in more than 20 Bollywood films during her times. She won the Miss India contest in 1981 at age 17, nominated as the youngest woman to be crowned Miss India. Making her debut film into …

Asha Parekh

12.
Asha Parekh

Actress |
Kati Patang

Asha Parekh was born in a middle-class Gujarati household to a Hindu father, Pranlal Parekh, and a Muslim mother Sudha Parekh on October 2, 1942 in India. Since she was an only child, she became the center of her parents’ lives. Her mother enrolled her in classical dance classes at an early age, …

Urmila Matondkar

13.
Urmila Matondkar

Actress |
Bhoot

The daughter of a lecturer, actress Urmila Matondkar began her celluloid career as a child artiste with the film _Kalyug (1980)_. Although an average film at the box-office, her next film, Masoom (1983), about a family coping with an illegitimate member, showed her acting talents blossom and she …

Jaya Prada

14.
Jaya Prada

Actress |
Sharaabi

Jayaprada was born as Lalita Rani in a middle class household to Krishna and Neelavani in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh on April 3, 1962. She was a small town girl with dreams of becoming a doctor. Her mother enrolled her in dance and music classes when she was seven years old, in addition to going …

Karisma Kapoor

15.
Karisma Kapoor

Actress |
Dil To Pagal Hai

Born into Bombay filmdom’s legendary Kapoor clan, Karisma Kapoor made her film debut with Prem Qaidi (1991) opposite Harish . Her next big hit was Anari (1993) and during this time she made news with a fight with her Andaz Apna Apna (1994) co-star, actress Raveena Tandon . She had a series of hit …

Madhubala

16.
Madhubala

Actress |
Mughal-E-Azam

Arguably the most beautiful artiste to ever grace the Indian screen, Madhubala rose from humble beginnings to become the most captivating star India has ever produced. Madhubala was born Mumtaz Jehan Begum on Valentine’s Day 1933, in a poor, conservative family of Pathan Muslims in Delhi, a part of…

Priyanka Chopra

17.
Priyanka Chopra

Actress |
Baywatch

Priyanka Chopra was born 18 July, 1982 in Jamshedpur, India, to the family of Capt. Dr. Ashok Chopra and Dr. Madhu Chopra, both Indian Army physicians. She had a very varied upbringing. She started her education at La Martinière Girls College in Lucknow as a resident student; a short stay at Maria …

Malaika Arora

18.
Malaika Arora

Actress |
Dabangg

Born to a Punjabi father and Malayali Catholic mother, Malaika Arora started as a MTV VJ when MTV was launched in India. Recognizing her potential, MTV India gave her prime time roles in their shows “Love Line” and “Style Check”. She also hosted award ceremonies and concerts on the television …

Katrina Kaif

19.
Katrina Kaif

Actress |
Ek Tha Tiger

Katrina Kaif is one of eight siblings, 7 girls and 1 boy, from a mother who is a Caucasian of British Nationality, and a father who was formerly from Kashmir, India, but who has since acquired British citizenship. Her mother is now re-settled in Chennai (formerly known as Madras), the Capital of …

Mahima Chaudhry

20.
Mahima Chaudhry

Actress |
Pardes

First got noticed as a model for Pepsi, where she was over-shadowed by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan . Career launched by Subhash Ghai , who also launched Madhuri Dixit , ‘Meenakshi Seshadri’ and Manisha Koirala . Changed her screen name to Mahima as Subhash Ghai was superstitious about being successful with …

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