Dance crew – Sahno Bar http://sahnobar.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 00:53:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://sahnobar.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/profile-120x120.png Dance crew – Sahno Bar http://sahnobar.com/ 32 32 Norwegian dance team and vocalist Usher perform on “Kala Chashma” with a twist https://sahnobar.com/norwegian-dance-team-and-vocalist-usher-perform-on-kala-chashma-with-a-twist/ Sun, 20 Nov 2022 08:45:00 +0000 https://sahnobar.com/norwegian-dance-team-and-vocalist-usher-perform-on-kala-chashma-with-a-twist/ Netizens flooded the comments section with fire emojis and applause. Norwegian dance group The Quick Style has been dominating social media for quite some time now. The dance crew became an overnight sensation after dancing to Badshah ‘Kala Chashma’ from the movie ‘Baar Baar Dekho’. Now, the group has once again wowed social media users […]]]>

Netizens flooded the comments section with fire emojis and applause.

Norwegian dance group The Quick Style has been dominating social media for quite some time now. The dance crew became an overnight sensation after dancing to Badshah ‘Kala Chashma’ from the movie ‘Baar Baar Dekho’. Now, the group has once again wowed social media users with their dance moves to the same Bollywood song but with a twist.

Taking to Instagram, the group shared a video featuring American singer Usher. The clip opened to show one of the crew members starting the dance in their signature style and others soon joining. Moments later, as the song changes midway through their performance, Usher is seen entering the room to join the group dancing.

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The fast style shared the clip just a day ago and since then it has racked up over three million views and over 321,000 likes. Netizens flooded the comments section with fire emojis and applause.

While one user wrote, “Omg, when usher does the same steps, it makes it so different and cool! Uufff! Usher’s effects are different,” another said, “Highest level completed” .

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A third user commented: “When legends meet legends”. A fourth added: “Legendary!! Kill it boys!”

Meanwhile, last month, the dance crew left the internet stunned with the performance on ‘Ek Ladki Ko Dekha’, featuring Bollywood star Anil Kapoor. “Always listen to the seasoned,” the band captioned. In the clip, Anil Kapoor was seen sitting in the corner, ordering the boys to turn around. The video has garnered over three million views and nearly 400,000 likes.

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Evolution Dance Crew brings “Love, Sex and Magic” to campus https://sahnobar.com/evolution-dance-crew-brings-love-sex-and-magic-to-campus/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 22:01:02 +0000 https://sahnobar.com/evolution-dance-crew-brings-love-sex-and-magic-to-campus/ The Evolution Dance Crew (Evo) debuted for the semester with two back-to-back shows at Wilson Hall on November 5. The show was titled “Love, Sex and Magic”, a theme voted on by the dancers in the group. because of its versatility and variety of interpretations. For some, the theme is about the joys and difficulties […]]]>

The Evolution Dance Crew (Evo) debuted for the semester with two back-to-back shows at Wilson Hall on November 5. The show was titled “Love, Sex and Magic”, a theme voted on by the dancers in the group. because of its versatility and variety of interpretations. For some, the theme is about the joys and difficulties that come with relating to others. For others, it’s about trusting themselves, trusting others, and trusting the dance process.

Tickets for the show sold out quickly, even with four hundred seats available. The queue to get in was outside the door as students eagerly filled up. Before the start, Evo co-chairs Amina Matavia ’23 and John Bermudez ’24 welcomed the audience and introduced them to Evo, which was founded by several students of color who felt left out of other dance programs. on the campus.

“They felt they were being excluded in favor of other (mostly white) dancers who had more formal training in styles considered more ‘legitimate’, which excluded genres like hip-hop, afrobeats and Caribbean styles,” said Evo member Devon Hunt. 23 said.

“Evo’s mission was really to create a space where everyone is accepted and allowed to express themselves through dance, regardless of race, gender, sexuality, body shape or level of training,” added Hunter.

Today, the group has more than 40 members from various dance backgrounds. Saturday’s performance, which lasted one hour, included 25 pieces. This included 11 main pieces, 13 shorter transitions and a group piece with the whole team. All dances were choreographed by students and ranged in styles such as hip-hop, Afro-Caribbean, Latin, ballroom and contemporary. It was Evo’s first venture into contemporary pieces and many dancers had never performed Latin styles before. The variety of routines allowed dancers to show their range of talents and try new techniques.

Simone Gonsell ’25 said learning to accept your own dance style can be difficult at times, but the group is here to support each other in creative freedom.

“The wonderful thing about Evo is that everyone is encouraged to step out of their comfort zone and explore different styles, which really helps build people’s confidence in dance,” Gonsell said.

The performance also included a variety of songs and costume changes. Many pieces begin with saturated lighting from behind that highlights the silhouettes of the dancers, then brightens into a radiant light that illuminates them from the front. All of these elements created a powerful atmosphere that told a story and invoked a range of emotions. Some pieces were exciting, optimistic and empowering while others were vulnerable, nostalgic and sensitive. Throughout, the crowd cheered passionately and sometimes even called out the names of their friends on stage. After the show, all the members of Evo appeared on stage and gave a festive salute. They also gave heartfelt greetings to Anna Saviano ‘22.5 who gave her last show with the band.

Members of Evo received tremendous feedback on Saturday, but they didn’t always feel institutionally validated. Hunt said Evo is not taken as seriously as other sports programs or clubs.

“It took us years to get approval to count as a PE credit, even though most Evo members spend 3-7+ hours a week in rehearsals.” Obtaining a PE credit is subject to active participation in the issue.

Being an Evo member can be a big commitment. Despite their busy schedules, the dancers meet regularly and often work outside of rehearsals to practice routines. Choreographing the routines is also a long process. Gonsell offered insight into what it took to choreograph the opening routine.

“Lynn [Chai ’23] and I met several times a week, outside of organized practices and full team rehearsals, to come up with choreography. I would say overall it took us about a month and a half to create and finalize the choreography,” Gonsell said.

But despite the intense commitment required, the members of Evo testify to the united nature of the group even in peak periods.

“Everyone is super supportive and kind even when I feel like I’m not doing well,” Hunt said.

“All of our members are constantly enthusiastic and supportive of each other, especially when stress is high,” Gonsell said.

After their first show this school year, Evo have plenty of plans for the rest of the year. Evo will run J-Term workshops open to all students on a first-come, first-served basis. They will perform a campus-wide spring show, plan to perform at the Nocturne Arts Festival and hope to collaborate with the Middlebury Intercultural Leaders Coalition. They plan to perform at the Night of Black Culture gala hosted by the Black Student Union in late spring, at a block party hosted by Distinguished Men of Color, and at a conference hosted by the Middlebury African Student Organization. As Evo prepares for its upcoming events, Matavia believes Middlebury’s dance community is in a better place now than it was eight years ago before Evo was founded. Some dancers share his sentiment.

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“It’s honestly been one of the most comforting and nurturing spaces I’ve been a part of since coming to campus,” Gonsell said. “It takes some time commitment, but it’s always worth it in the end.”


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Bonteheuwel’s dance team aims to change perceptions https://sahnobar.com/bonteheuwels-dance-team-aims-to-change-perceptions/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 03:33:21 +0000 https://sahnobar.com/bonteheuwels-dance-team-aims-to-change-perceptions/ 021 Rebels doing their thing at a recent performance. There is more to life than the negative aspects of your community. This is what the 021 Rebels (Rebels Dance Academy), dance troupe from Bonteheuwel wants to teach its students. Wesley Bosch of the crew says they want to unearth new talent, have fun, but their […]]]>

021 Rebels doing their thing at a recent performance.

There is more to life than the negative aspects of your community.

This is what the 021 Rebels (Rebels Dance Academy), dance troupe from Bonteheuwel wants to teach its students.

Wesley Bosch of the crew says they want to unearth new talent, have fun, but their mission is bigger.

“There are between 25 and 30 children aged 10 to 19 who are part of the group. It’s a program that I’m pulling out of my pocket. I danced around Cape Town for a long time, then I realized that the children in my community of Bonteheuwel never had the opportunities that I had. When I started dancing, I had to pay for lessons and competitions, but people around me couldn’t afford it. I do this so that the children can get a proper education that they wouldn’t have been able to afford otherwise,” says Bosch.

These girls from 021 Rebels know what they’re doing.

Solid foundation

He says he wants students to have a solid foundation.

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“If they end up going overseas or dancing professionally, I want them to know what they’re doing. They’re taught the basics of Hip Hop dancing, which is positive dancing. Dancing can be the catalyst to turn all the negatives into positives in this community because it brings people together. Kids who live in different areas controlled by different gangs find common ground when they dance together. I believe dance has an impact positive because we train on a Friday and Saturday when other kids are busy doing other things,” says Bosch.

Variety of dances

They mainly teach Hip Hop dancing, but focus on street variety.

“We want to get kids off the street with something they love. This is the TikTok generation and they want to do trendy things right now. I use it as a tool to encourage young people to join. When they join, they are more confident and have better self-esteem. Some come here as shy, but now shine brightly and that makes me happy. We do not accommodate anyone over the age of 19 as there are other crews in the community for that age group. Sometimes students join other larger groups in the area. Some continue their studies in dance,” explains Bosch.

Wesley Bosch (middle, front) with some of the 021 Rebels who recently performed very well in a competition.

He says that even though it is sometimes difficult, they will persevere.

  • If you want to join the 021 Rebels, contact Bosch on 081 565 4950.
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Toddler recreates dance video from Norway Dance Crew Quick Style, the internet is all hearts https://sahnobar.com/toddler-recreates-dance-video-from-norway-dance-crew-quick-style-the-internet-is-all-hearts/ Mon, 07 Nov 2022 04:40:00 +0000 https://sahnobar.com/toddler-recreates-dance-video-from-norway-dance-crew-quick-style-the-internet-is-all-hearts/ The toddler copies the dance moves of the Norwegian dance team Quick Style. Norway-based all-male dance group Quick Style became a viral internet sensation after dropping hit performances of top Bollywood songs like “Sadi Galli” from the movie “Tanu Weds Manu” and “Kala Chashma from “Baar Baar”. Dekho’. The group filed these videos which appear […]]]>

The toddler copies the dance moves of the Norwegian dance team Quick Style.

Norway-based all-male dance group Quick Style became a viral internet sensation after dropping hit performances of top Bollywood songs like “Sadi Galli” from the movie “Tanu Weds Manu” and “Kala Chashma from “Baar Baar”. Dekho’. The group filed these videos which appear to have been shot at a wedding. Now recreating their dance moves, a video of a toddler has gone viral on the internet.

The video was shared by netizen Asma Khawar Khawaja on Instagram. The caption of the video reads, “Me and me, QuickAdam. Quick Styles’ biggest fan shows up in a tiny 2-year-old body. He plays the Quickstyles video over and over and knows every step by heart. A scream of the OG @thequickstyle would make his absolute day, please tag them so they can see my nephew Adam kill him.”

In the video, the two-year-old boy can be seen dancing in front of a television, copying the steps of the all-male dance group. What is more interesting is that the child knows all the steps as seen in the video in the background.

Since being shared two weeks ago, the video has garnered almost 9.1 lakh views and 87,000 likes after being shared online. The internet is impressed with the way the boy dances in the video.

Many users have commented on the reel. One user wrote, “He’s going to be a good dancer… In fact, he is.”

Another commented, “hahahah Amazing! The kid religiously followed all the steps. Loved it.”

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“Awwwwwwww how cute he is,” another person added.

“Hahahahaha this is truly an award winning performance of supercharged cuteness MashaAllah MashaAllah,” one user said.

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Meet the women of cover dance crew Chocomint HK, whose ‘K-pop in public’ videos have gone viral https://sahnobar.com/meet-the-women-of-cover-dance-crew-chocomint-hk-whose-k-pop-in-public-videos-have-gone-viral/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 06:29:00 +0000 https://sahnobar.com/meet-the-women-of-cover-dance-crew-chocomint-hk-whose-k-pop-in-public-videos-have-gone-viral/ Settings Entertainment and the arts 2022-11-03 15:29 Meet the women of cover dance crew Chocomint HK, whose ‘K-pop in public’ videos have gone viral Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK By Park Ji-wonHONG KONG ― You might […]]]>









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By Park Ji-won

HONG KONG ― You might have seen them if you live in Hong Kong: six young women performing in some of the city’s busiest and most scenic spots, their dance moves are fluid and elegant.

The women make up Chocomint HK, a K-pop cover dance crew whose members perform “K-pop in public,” a popular trend on social media platforms such as YouTube.

Two of the group’s most recent videos have gone viral – their cover of BLACKPINK’s “Pink Venom” and “Shut Down” have, as of October 31, garnered 191,000 and 738,000 views, respectively.

Considering the fact that many K-pop cover dance videos made in Hong Kong only attract, on average, hundreds to thousands of views, these numbers are phenomenal.



The videos caught the attention of BLACKPINK fans around the world and boosted their subscriber count to 7,700 from around 4,000 in the past month.

“We didn’t expect this (success),” group member Pearl Chan Pui-yee said of the two BLACKPINK videos.

“The number of compliments and views of our videos flattered us,” adds Isis Lai Yin-yu. “We didn’t expect viewers around the world to be so supportive and encouraging. The likes given to our videos and Instagram are definitely the reason we keep filming dance covers.”

A comment in Cantonese reads, “I’m happy to see the night view in the background, and the way you matched your clothes with the background of the cover deserves praise.”

Another comment, in English, praised the dancers’ resemblance to the K-pop girl group, from their hair and clothes to their facial expressions, “And of course the work of the cameraman, filming and editing the whole thing, is also very well, the background, the places, the landscape behind the girls too.”

Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK
Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK


Chocomint HK is surfing on the growing popularity of K-pop in Hong Kong. A YouTube search turns up more than 10 cover dance crews in the city, such as Stunning Dance HK with 61,400 subscribers and Saga Dance Crew with 11,700 subscribers.

These teams regularly upload skillfully choreographed K-pop dances―new and old―often filming them in one take. The groups film in different parts of the city, wearing outfits similar to those worn in the original videos by the singers.

Chocomint HK is made up of six friends ― Lai, Pearl Chan, Charlotte Chan Lok-yee, Vicky Wong Ming-yan, Jammie Tsang Hoi-ling and Cherry Lo Ching-ting. Most of them went to college together and share an “incredible” love for K-pop.

They had already been dancing together for years before they started uploading videos. After graduating and feeling a lack in the number of offline places they could show off their talent earlier in the coronavirus pandemic, they created a YouTube channel to upload their cover dance videos in January 2021.

It’s not just the moves they focus on either – the band put a lot of energy into getting the costumes perfect, practicing lip-syncing to the lyrics, and matching their facial expressions to the original videos.

It takes almost a month to make a video. One to two weeks are used to discuss and buy costumes and it takes one to two weeks to practice and film. The video is released a few days after the shooting.

“We make our own costumes and exchange feedback on dance moves and costumes,” added Charlotte Chan.



Their efforts paid off. The group’s cover of KARD’s track “Ring The Alarm” came second in a dance cover contest, and they were invited to perform at several K-pop events.

For the team, being on a dance crew isn’t just about mimicking K-pop numbers; it’s about friendship.

“We do cover dances as a hobby because we all love K-pop and dancing so much,” Lai said, but they also do them to improve and strengthen their bond with each other. “We all experience the ups and downs with our friends, which is unforgettable and precious.”

Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK
Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK


The team doesn’t have an end goal – they just do what they’re good at and enjoy while hoping to find more opportunities to perform and see their favorite K-pop acts through their activities.

“For now, we just want to bring good covers to others and gain more attention,” said Charlotte Chan, adding that they would like to be noticed by the singers they imitate. “For me, my end goal should be to dance with my favorite idol.”


























































































































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Meet the women of cover dance crew Chocomint HK, whose ‘K-pop in public’ videos have gone viral https://sahnobar.com/meet-the-women-of-cover-dance-crew-chocomint-hk-whose-k-pop-in-public-videos-have-gone-viral-2/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 06:29:00 +0000 https://sahnobar.com/meet-the-women-of-cover-dance-crew-chocomint-hk-whose-k-pop-in-public-videos-have-gone-viral-2/ Settings Entertainment and the arts 2022-11-03 15:29 Meet the women of cover dance crew Chocomint HK, whose ‘K-pop in public’ videos have gone viral Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK By Park Ji-wonHONG […]]]>













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Meet the women of cover dance crew Chocomint HK, whose ‘K-pop in public’ videos have gone viral

Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK
Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK


By Park Ji-won

HONG KONG ― You might have seen them if you live in Hong Kong: six young women performing in some of the city’s busiest and most scenic spots, their dance moves are fluid and elegant.

The women make up Chocomint HK, a K-pop cover dance crew whose members perform “K-pop in public,” a popular trend on social media platforms such as YouTube.

Two of the group’s most recent videos have gone viral – their cover of BLACKPINK’s “Pink Venom” and “Shut Down” have, as of October 31, garnered 191,000 and 738,000 views, respectively.

Considering the fact that many K-pop cover dance videos made in Hong Kong only attract, on average, hundreds to thousands of views, these numbers are phenomenal.



The videos caught the attention of BLACKPINK fans around the world and boosted their subscriber count to 7,700 from around 4,000 in the past month.

“We didn’t expect this (success),” group member Pearl Chan Pui-yee said of the two BLACKPINK videos.

“The number of compliments and views of our videos flattered us,” adds Isis Lai Yin-yu. “We didn’t expect viewers around the world to be so supportive and encouraging. The likes given to our videos and Instagram are definitely the reason we keep filming dance covers.”

A comment in Cantonese reads, “I’m happy to see the night view in the background, and the way you matched your clothes with the background of the cover deserves praise.”

Another comment, in English, praised the dancers’ resemblance to the K-pop girl group, from their hair and clothes to their facial expressions, “And of course the work of the cameraman, filming and editing the whole thing, is also very well, the background, the places, the landscape behind the girls too.”

Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK
Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK


Chocomint HK is surfing on the growing popularity of K-pop in Hong Kong. A YouTube search turns up more than 10 cover dance crews in the city, such as Stunning Dance HK with 61,400 subscribers and Saga Dance Crew with 11,700 subscribers.

These teams regularly upload skillfully choreographed K-pop dances―new and old―often filming them in one take. The groups film in different parts of the city, wearing outfits similar to those worn in the original videos by the singers.

Chocomint HK is made up of six friends ― Lai, Pearl Chan, Charlotte Chan Lok-yee, Vicky Wong Ming-yan, Jammie Tsang Hoi-ling and Cherry Lo Ching-ting. Most of them went to college together and share an “incredible” love for K-pop.

They had already been dancing together for years before they started uploading videos. After graduating and feeling a lack in the number of offline places they could show off their talent earlier in the coronavirus pandemic, they created a YouTube channel to upload their cover dance videos in January 2021.

It’s not just the moves they focus on either – the band put a lot of energy into getting the costumes perfect, practicing lip-syncing to the lyrics, and matching their facial expressions to the original videos.

It takes almost a month to make a video. One to two weeks are used to discuss and buy costumes and it takes one to two weeks to practice and film. The video is released a few days after the shooting.

“We make our own costumes and exchange feedback on dance moves and costumes,” added Charlotte Chan.



Their efforts paid off. The group’s cover of KARD’s track “Ring The Alarm” came second in a dance cover contest, and they were invited to perform at several K-pop events.

For the team, being on a dance crew isn’t just about mimicking K-pop numbers; it’s about friendship.

“We do cover dances as a hobby because we all love K-pop and dancing so much,” Lai said, but they also do them to improve and strengthen their bond with each other. “We all experience the ups and downs with our friends, which is unforgettable and precious.”

Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK
Chocomint HK / Courtesy of Chocomint HK


The team doesn’t have an end goal – they just do what they’re good at and enjoy while hoping to find more opportunities to perform and see their favorite K-pop acts through their activities.

“For now, we just want to bring good covers to others and gain more attention,” said Charlotte Chan, adding that they would like to be noticed by the singers they imitate. “For me, my end goal should be to dance with my favorite idol.”






































































































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Meet the Leeds Dynamite Dance Team who offer to represent Yorkshire at the Allstar World Championships in America https://sahnobar.com/meet-the-leeds-dynamite-dance-team-who-offer-to-represent-yorkshire-at-the-allstar-world-championships-in-america/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 22:55:27 +0000 https://sahnobar.com/meet-the-leeds-dynamite-dance-team-who-offer-to-represent-yorkshire-at-the-allstar-world-championships-in-america/ Dozens of groups from across the UK compete throughout the season to win a bid to attend the World Championships. The Allstar event will take place at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. Leeds Dynamite, set up by head coach Danielle Watkins in 1999 when she was just 12, are now fundraising in an attempt to […]]]>

Dozens of groups from across the UK compete throughout the season to win a bid to attend the World Championships. The Allstar event will take place at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.

Leeds Dynamite, set up by head coach Danielle Watkins in 1999 when she was just 12, are now fundraising in an attempt to cover the costs of making the trip.

Speaking to YEP, Danielle explained how the band won the bid in their first competition after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Leeds Dynamite are currently fundraising in an attempt to cover the costs necessary to make the trip.

“They hadn’t danced in almost three years, so the first tournament back, we really weren’t expecting anything, but the kids blew it all up,” she said.

“They won their division and finished in the top three of the entire competition, including beating the older age groups.”

As a result, the 10-12-year-old group Dynamite have won a bid to represent Leeds and Yorkshire at next May’s World Championships, which Danielle describes as ‘the Olympics of dance’ with the event which will be broadcast worldwide.

The group is now looking to raise the necessary funds to cover costs including flights, competition entry fees, music licensing requirements and individual insurance for each dancer.

The Allstar event will take place at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.

Since launching just over a month ago, the GoFundMe page has received £740 in donations.

Danielle said, “We really are a community dance group and most of the groups we compete with are private dance schools.

“It just goes to show that you don’t need all that to compete and be successful, but in America we will be competing against some of the most prestigious dance companies around the world.”

When Danielle was young, she attended a private dance group, but a change in circumstances in her private life meant that she could no longer afford it, so with the help of her mother, she started her own group.

She added: “I just want to give these kids something I didn’t have and make sure every kid has the opportunity to dance.

“This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and we want to make it as affordable as possible for these kids, parents and coaches.”

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Thembisa dance team honored with an award https://sahnobar.com/thembisa-dance-team-honored-with-an-award/ Wed, 19 Oct 2022 04:08:24 +0000 https://sahnobar.com/thembisa-dance-team-honored-with-an-award/ Local pantsula dancers, known as the Red Devils, received the award for best professional dancer/dance ensemble at the Zinkomo Africa ceremony held on October 15 in Zambia. READ ALSO : Red Devils Pantsula dance team nominated for award The Zikomo Africa Awards recognize individuals and organizations that make positive contributions and achieve success in various […]]]>

Local pantsula dancers, known as the Red Devils, received the award for best professional dancer/dance ensemble at the Zinkomo Africa ceremony held on October 15 in Zambia.

READ ALSO : Red Devils Pantsula dance team nominated for award

The Zikomo Africa Awards recognize individuals and organizations that make positive contributions and achieve success in various fields, such as art and entrepreneurship.

The leader of the group, Solly Phahlamohlaka, said that their main goal in creating a dance team in ekasi was to help their friends find passion, live off their talent and avoid bad streets.

According to Phahlamohlaka, their efforts are beginning to bear fruit as their abilities are recognized outside the country.

“As local boys who just make a living using our talents and doing what we love. No words could truly describe what it felt like to attend the awards show.

“When our name was called, we stood on the platform, realizing that our efforts were finally paying off.

“One of the reasons we believe we won this award is the passion, sacrifice and discipline we have shown throughout our work.

“Receiving an award gave us more benefits than just winning.

READ ALSO : Thembisa dancers on stage in honor of Madiba

“Besides making us feel good, it has also encouraged us to keep showcasing our talents. The award will bring credibility and open doors to new opportunities.

“We hope to impress potential customers and increase our bookings, as the awards demonstrate that we take pride in what we do and that we do it well.”

The dance team thanked the community that supported them.

“We would like to show our appreciation to everyone who believed in us. It means a lot,” Phahlamohlaka said.

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Thembisa dance team honored with an award https://sahnobar.com/thembisa-dance-team-honored-with-an-award-2/ Wed, 19 Oct 2022 04:06:20 +0000 https://sahnobar.com/thembisa-dance-team-honored-with-an-award-2/ Local pantsula dancers, known as the Red Devils, received the award for best professional dancer/dance ensemble at the Zinkomo Africa ceremony held on October 15 in Zambia. READ ALSO : Red Devils Pantsula dance team nominated for award The Zikomo Africa Awards recognize individuals and organizations that make positive contributions and achieve success in various […]]]>

Local pantsula dancers, known as the Red Devils, received the award for best professional dancer/dance ensemble at the Zinkomo Africa ceremony held on October 15 in Zambia.

READ ALSO : Red Devils Pantsula dance team nominated for award

The Zikomo Africa Awards recognize individuals and organizations that make positive contributions and achieve success in various fields, such as art and entrepreneurship.

The leader of the group, Solly Phahlamohlaka, said that their main goal in creating a dance team in ekasi was to help their friends find passion, live off their talent and avoid bad streets.

According to Phahlamohlaka, their efforts are beginning to bear fruit as their abilities are recognized outside the country.

“As local boys who just make a living using our talents and doing what we love. No words could truly describe what it felt like to attend the awards show.

“When our name was called, we stood on the platform, realizing that our efforts were finally paying off.

“One of the reasons we believe we won this award is the passion, sacrifice and discipline we have shown throughout our work.

“Receiving an award gave us more benefits than just winning.

READ ALSO : Thembisa dancers on stage in honor of Madiba

“Besides making us feel good, it has also encouraged us to keep showcasing our talents. The award will bring credibility and open doors to new opportunities.

“We hope to impress potential customers and increase our bookings, as the awards demonstrate that we take pride in what we do and that we do it well.”

The dance team thanked the community that supported them.

“We would like to show our appreciation to everyone who believed in us. It means a lot,” Phahlamohlaka said.

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Anil Kapoor recreates his iconic songs with Norwegian dance crew Quick Style. Watch | Tendency https://sahnobar.com/anil-kapoor-recreates-his-iconic-songs-with-norwegian-dance-crew-quick-style-watch-tendency/ Tue, 18 Oct 2022 06:35:22 +0000 https://sahnobar.com/anil-kapoor-recreates-his-iconic-songs-with-norwegian-dance-crew-quick-style-watch-tendency/ Anil Kapoor recently sat down with Norwegian dance group Quick Style, who went viral for their energetic and well-timed performance on Kala Chashama. And guess what they did? Well, they collaborated to recreate Anil Kapoor’s iconic songs. So when the recreations were recorded and posted online, they obviously went viral and are too good to […]]]>

Anil Kapoor recently sat down with Norwegian dance group Quick Style, who went viral for their energetic and well-timed performance on Kala Chashama. And guess what they did? Well, they collaborated to recreate Anil Kapoor’s iconic songs. So when the recreations were recorded and posted online, they obviously went viral and are too good to miss.

“Always listen to the seasoned,” read the caption accompanying the video. The video shows the group looking at one of the dancers, posing as a woman, as he walks past them. The camera then pans to Anil Kapoor, who orders the group to turn back. He then begins to move in the opposite direction of the dancer, with the others following him. Towards the end, the dancer, portrayed as a woman, moves in the same direction as the boys. The Ek Ladki Ko Dekha background score from the movie 1942: A Love Story adds fun to the video.

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“When Anil Kapoor met Quick Style,” they wrote in the caption accompanying the video with the hashtags #anilkapoor #dance #quickstyle. The group even thanked an Instagram user Shefali for the connection. In the video, the band members can be seen showing off their moves one by one to Yaar Bina Chain Kahan Re from the 1999 film Saaheb, but there is a surprise for viewers at the end. It’s Anil Kapoor recreating his song the same as the boys, and it’s captured hearts online.

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Both videos went viral on social media and received tons of likes and comments.

The fast style left a comment on their video and wrote, “One of the brightest individual screens both ON and OFF.” They also added a heart emoticon. Yasin Tatby, one of the band members, wrote, “Legend!” Arjun Kapoor also reacted to their performance by dropping heart eye emojis.

“Collaboration we didn’t know we needed,” one individual posted. “The best thing on the internet today!!” commented another. “That’s the story,” shared a third with emoticons. “You all have to dance to My Name Is Lakhan,” said a fourth.


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