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Bollywood stars embrace Shiamaks dance show!

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MUMBAI: Dance master Shiamak Davar again recreated the magic with his new production, Selcouth. Almost everyone who matters has been talking about Shiamak’s show that has received a great applause from the viewers and the Bollywood fraternity alike.

Present at the recent show were Bollywood actresses known for their dance-ability, Helen and Hema Malini. Both the actors went back stage post the show to congratulate Shiamak. Filmmaker Subhash Ghai, who has worked with Shiamak on hits like Taal, was completely amazed by the new body of work that Shiamak has introduced with this show.

Sushant singh Rajput, the latest heartthrob of Bollywood and a Shiamak’s former student, too gave a standing ovation along with the rest of the audience as a mark of respect for his guru.

Shiamak who has been doing these shows for his students and parents was overwhelmed and humbled by the response of the public. “After I opened the show to public in Octber, the word spread and people said I had to do another show! Unbelievable response, just too humbled by everyone’s support,” he said. “The show had only three to four professional dancers from my dance company, the rest of them were graduates from my one year dance certification program. With the right training and guidance, this is the magic that can be created. There are still a lot of people who want to watch the show, so will do many more Selcouth shows,” added Shiamak.

Others who were present for the show included Prateik Babbar, Hussain Kuwajerwala and wife Tina, Rajneesh Duggal, Kim Sharma, Preeti Jangiani, Parizad Zorabian, Pallavi Joshi, Rashmi Uday Singh, Hasina Jethmalani,  television actors, Gautam and Anas and Marzi Pestonji.

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