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Bollywood Dance Masti

Columbus's very own Bollywood Galore.
Creativity, Culture and Fun.
Fasten your seatbelt for an exciting journey into the world of Bollywood.(Songs)

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Bollywood Dance Masti

Masti means Crazy Fun in Hindi. As the name indicates this class is not for the faint hearted. If you cannot handle high levels of Fun, you are strongly discouraged from proceeding further.

WARNING: Be prepared for an increase in heart beat and an irrestible urge to groove right away.
What is Bollywood?
How are Bollywood films different from other films?
What is Bollywood Dance?
How is Bollywood Dance Done?
Why Bollywood Dance?
Do I have to join on first Monday of the month?
Do I have to reserve a place in advance?
What does a typical Class look like?
What to wear?
Should I bring anything with me?
Is it Aerobic?
Where I can find the songs from the class?
Do you have any classes for kids?
Do you do private classes or choreography for special occasions?

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Classes and Prices - Because you gotta know.


Day/Time: Every Monday: 8:00-9:00 pm. [Except Holidays]
Location: Columbus Dance Centre,1000 Morrison Road, Columbus,OH 43230
Prices: For those who want to sample a class try our drop-in option for $15.
For New Students - Special Trial of 4 classes for $30 only.
For Regular Students - Package of 4 classes for $55.

We also accept Cash Payments, And if you have purchased a deal through our partners then please bring the voucher numbers with you.

Online registration is a must, please click the link to SIGN UP
SIGN UP STATUS: OPEN for 2017- please sign up online.

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We love to hear from you.
If you loved a class or have a request for a song or have a question or just want to say hello, get those fingers dancing on the keys.

Email: BDanceMasti@gmail.com
Trring: (614) 388-9057
Facebook us: Bollywood.Columbus
We check our mails, voice mails regularly and we will get back to you.

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Frequently Asked Questions.


What is Bollywood?

It is the Indian counterpart of Hollywood. Basically Bollywood films means Indian films and Bollywood indicates that they are in the language Hindi. There are other such ‘woods’, depending on the Indian state they are from like Tollywood from Andhra Pradesh [Language – Telegu], Kollywood from Tamilnadu [Language – Tamil]. The film industry in Mumbai (Bombay) is called Bollywood. Bollywood is the largest film producer in India and one of the largest centres of film production in the world.
Examples of Bollywood films that are popular in US are Slumdug Millionare, Bend it like Beckham, Bride and Prejudice, Namesake, Monsoon Wedding.
IMDB Bollywood Movies List

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How are Bollywood Films different from other Films?

Bollywood Films are basically Indian Films in the language Hindi. Generally speaking there are some distinct traits in a Bollywood film which I have tried to list.
Bollywood films are usually much longer in duration. On an average about 3 hours with an interval in the middle.
There has been a growing presence of Indian English in dialogue and songs as well. It is common to see films that feature dialogue with English words (also known as Hinglish), phrases, or even whole sentences.
Bollywood films have song and dance in them, which might come as a surprise to an average audience. In Bollywood songs and dance indicate the emotion or feeling. For example boy meets girls and a song might follow to indicate how madly the boy is in love with girl or a song might be used to introduce the hero right at the beginning of a film

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What is Bollywood Dance?

Simply speaking it is the dance style in the Bollywood films. It is freestyle dancing with a blend of some of the numerous styles of dance featured in films, either in fusion form or in pure forms, including Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Odissi, Garba & Bhangra as well as Belly-dance, Latin, Hip hop, Contempory and Jazz just to name a few! Bollywood dance itself is a style which encompasses all of these styles and more,as well as having its own unique flavour and merit.
For example Jai Ho song in Slumdog millionaire and Talent performed by Miss America 2014.

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How is Bollywood Dance Done?

Bollywood Dances typically comment on the action or event taking place in the movie, in several ways.The movements in Bollywood dance are usually an enactment of that event in dance form. Sometimes, a dance is worked into the plot, so that a character has a reason to dance. Other times, a dance is an externalisation of a character's thoughts, or presages an event that has not occurred yet in the plot of the movie. In this case, the event is often two characters falling in love.
For example Bollywood Dance depecting a flirting scene

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Why Bollywood Dance?

  • It’s fun!
  • Brings out the Creative you
  • Unique cultural experience
  • Great stress buster
  • Energising
  • Increases concentration
  • Improves co-ordination
  • Connects people
  • Makes you happy
  • Anyone can do it!
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    Do I have to join on the first Monday of every month?

    No, You can join any Monday of the month.But we advise New Joiners and Beginners to start either on the first or third monday of the month as that is when we start a new routine. And that way you can start fresh without needing to make up from the last class.

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    Do I have to reserve a place in advance?

    No, as long as you have signed up online it is fine. But please note that we can accomodate only maximum of 20 students in the studio, and if we have more than 20 students preference will be given in the order of sign up on the website.

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    What does a typical Class look like?

    A typical class will start off with a warm-up routine which will get you active and ready for the class. This will be followed by a few basic steps including both footworks and hand movements. After this we will work on learning the dance routine where the basic steps will be used. Finally we will close with a slow warm-up routine.
    At the end of the class you will be able to do a 2-4 minute routine on a Bollywood song.

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    What to wear in terms of clothes and shoes?

    What ever you are most comfortable in and also attire that won't restrict your movements. Wear comfortable clothes, which allow you to move freely like in jumping, hopping, skipping.Most students wear yoga clothes, t-shirts, tank tops, sweats, or other activewear; You are welcome to wear comfortable Indian clothes as well.
    As for footwear, wear comfortable shoes. You are welcome to dance barefoot, or try dance sandals, jazz shoes, or a dansneaker or just plain sneakers. Some people prefer to dance with socks, if you don't mind them getting dirty.

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    Should I bring anything with me?

    Bring a bottle of water with you to keep you hydrated. And lots of energy and smiles.

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    Is it Aerobic?

    Yes, It does provide a good workout. However the main purpose of Bollywood dance is to let your hair down and relax and let your creativity flow.

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    Where I can find the songs from the class?

    Class Warm Up Song: Ab Ke Sawan Aise Barse - Sobha Mudgal
    Class Cool Down Song: Teri Ore - Singh is King
    Apr 17th Udi Udi - Raees

    Do you have any classes for kids?

    Currently our classes are offered to Adults. We would love to offer classes for the little ones, and it is on our list. If you subscribe for our updates, we will make sure that you are the first to know when we start the classes.

    Do you do private classes or choreography for special occasions?

    Yes. We do private classes for couples, hen nights, baby showers. Drop us a note at bdancemast@gmail.com or call us at (614) 388-9057 for prices and more information.

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    Read what students say about the class.

    Kim: Love, love, love the class!

    Nisarg: It's overall good experience .

    Molly: I enjoy the songs! I actually really like the cool down song too. One of the songs we did in a routine was in the next Hindi movie we watched (Prem Ratan Dhan Payo).

    Deeksha: The choice of songs is awesome! I am hoping to learn dancing on different genre of bollywood songs!

    Check out our Facebook page to read what our dancers have to say!

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