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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