Posted on February 16, 2016 at 7:17 pm

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Valentine’s Day is a day of love. People enjoy this lovely day with joy and lots of romance. This year dance maestro Sandip Soparrkar decided to celebrate this day in very different way. The talented choreographer organized “Dance-Dream-Believe“, a couple dance competition for participants across the country. This dance competition took place on the Valentine’s Day Evening at Phoenix Market City, Kurla and featured several couple dance performers from age range 17 to 70 came in stage to compete for the winners title. The contestants performed dances like acrobatics, bachata, ballet, Indian classical, fold and much more. The judging panel included Varsha Usgaonkar, Meghna Naidu,Nakuul Mehta, and Aashima Sharma.

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Actress Meghna Naidu who was seen dancing to her famouse item song ‘Kaliyon Ka Chaman‘ said, “I love to come for an event at Phoenix Market City. The energy here is unmatched and to top it all it is my dear friend Sandip’s event, his shows always rock.”

Chief guest for the evening was Shamita Shetty who looked smashing in a formal pink top matched with black sleek pants. She spoke about her love for dance and mesmerized the crowd by dancing to her ever green famous ‘Sharara’ number from ‘Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai.’

Shamita said,

“Dance for me is an expression of the soul. I’m honored and excited to be part of Dance Dream Believe an extravaganza hosted by dear friend Sandip.”

Sandip Soparrkar too dazzled the audiences by performing on ‘Awara’ from the movie ‘Xpose’. Sandip said,

“I organized this competition in association with Phoenix Market City, Kurla to show the people authentic and original dances, each contestant presented dances in its pure form and I believe that every dancer must do the same. Dance in its unadulterated form is the most beautiful and this platform was meant for just that.”

The infectious vibes of the live dance show brought half of the crowd and the performers onto the stage, mid-performance, in a spontaneous breakout of free style dancing. A crowd of over 4000 people would not stop dancing, this was the hysteria Sandip Soparrkar caused!