‘DID 4’ winner Shyam Yadav has Bollywood dreams

“Salman Khan and Farhan Akhtar are my inspiration," Shyam said.

By: Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Published: February 23, 2014 1:44:51 pm
Shyam “Salman Khan and Farhan Akhtar are my inspiration,” Shyam said.

Mumbai boy Shyam Yadav, who is the winner of ‘Dance India Dance (DID) Season 4’, says he wants to be a choreographer in Bollywood and would like to try his luck in acting too.

The 17-year-old student, who is a trained dancer and had already appeared in song ‘Humka Peeni Hai'(‘Dabangg 2’) as a back-up artiste, said superstar Salman Khan is the inspiration behind his Bollywood dreams.

“My parents were always supportive and wanted me to see on TV. So, I decided to take up dancing seriously because it opens up other channels in Bollywood like acting. But I want to be a choreographer first and then if I get an opportunity I will try acting too. Salman Khan and Farhan Akhtar are my inspiration,” Shyam told PTI.

Shyam won “Sunehri Taqdeer Ki Topi”, a brand new car and also signed a three-year contract with Zee TV, which airs the reality show.

The show was being judged by choreographers Mudassar Khan, Feroz Khan and Shruti Merchant.

Being a part of Mudassar’s Fire Academy of Dance, Shyam has worked hard as a artiste from performing at events with Mudassar’s troupe to now winning popular dance reality show.

“I participated in the show with only one goal that I will give my level best. I tried to do so and luck also followed me. I am thankful to Mudassar sir who gave me this opportunity to be a part of the show,” Shyam said.

He impressed the judges and audience with his flawless Bollywood performances.

“I am happy that Indian audience liked my performances. I am really thankful to them that they voted for me and helped me win the show.”

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