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US TV show contestants dancing to Bajirao Mastani’s ‘Malhari’ will blow your mind

Choreographer says the duo mastered the dance movement is less than four hours!

By: Express Web Desk | Kolkata | Published:September 12, 2016 2:07 pm
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Bollywood numbers have now become quite popular and if we may say so relatively regular in the platform of international dance competitions. But every time the western world dances to our tunes, there is a sheer joy and adrenaline rush.

The recent performance joining the list is the marvelous performance on the famous show — So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation. The tiny performers have been winning by their massive talents.

The performance wooing the audience and people on the Internet was danced on the tunes of Malhari, the song from the film Bajirao Mastani. Choreographed by renowned choreographer Nakul Dev Mahajan and performed by JT Church, one of the top four contestants of the 2016 SYTYCD competition, it left the audience and judges mesmerised. Little JT and his partner Marko Germar completely owned the song.

sytycd-malhari1-759 We feel, the breath taking performance was way better than the original. (Source: Youtube)

The theme and the essence of the warrior song from the film were beautifully captured in their performance. Though we are not sure how much of the lyrics the duo understood, their movements and vigour required for the song were apt. The eccentric regime at the end of the song will surely take your breath away. And we feel, it was way better than the original. Raveer Singh himself would be impressed.

Posting a picture of the duo on Instagram, Mahajan said that the learnt the steps in less than four hours! Yes, we are equally stunned. From high kicks to vigorous jumps, the performers left the audience in complete awe. The upbeat music and beats certainly build the mood on the sets and the audience was heard cheering aloud.

Well, as the performers completely bowled the judges by their performance, one of the judges agreed, that Bollywood is not easy. And to quote little JT, “it felt awesome.”

Watch video here

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