Bollywood Dancers

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  • EP Entertainment’s professional Bollywood dance troupe, specializes in Bollywood shows greatly influenced from Mumbai, India!

    This dynamic group is based in Sydney and Melbourne Australia, and performs for every type of function from weddings, corporates, restaurants, festivals, as well as starring in TV commercials to Bollywood Movies. They cover all styles of Bollywood from the traditional themes to the more funky oriented numbers.

    Our Bollywood dancers have had in depth dance experience in Australia and overseas within Bollywood styles as well as other forms of dance. With credits in both TV and film, these dancers bring to Australia an energetic flavour of Bollywood styles along with its glitz and glamour through their colourful and vibrant costumes.

    Performance Credits

    American Express
    APAO Sydney 2011 Congress Party
    Asylum Seekers Home Charity Event North Sydney League’s Club 2009
    Ayurveda Yoga Australia Gala Dinner 2009 (Fusion item)
    Auburn Festival 2009 & 2010
    Bajaj launch in Sydney
    Brainwave Australia
    Channel Nine Today Show May 2007
    Charles Teo’s “Cure For Life” Charity Event – AGC Randwick 2007
    Clayton Utz
    Consul Generals’ Wives Association – an Indian theme talk by Farida Irani and dance by Bollywood Sensations 2007
    Customs House – New Year’s Eve Event 2005
    CWT Trade Show for Taj Hotels 2010
    Dil To Pagal Hai 1997
    Diwali Function New Caledonia 2010
    Ernst & Young Christmas Party 2008
    Fantastic Furniture
    Film Fare Awards 1994
    Gaden Lawyers
    GE Money
    Harvey World Travel
    “Heyy Babyy” Bollywood Movie 2007 with Brazilian Fantasy
    “Heyy Babyy” Premiere at State Theatre with The Indian Dance Centre 2007
    Indian Cricket Awards 2007 and 2008
    Indian Presence in New Caledonia Event 2010
    Ingleburn Festival 2008
    Inspirations Management
    Jones Lang LaSalle
    Longitude (Gold Coast)
    Macquarie Bank 2005
    Melbourne Fringe Festival 2010
    Miss India Australia 2006
    Mitsubishi Awards
    MTV Awards 2008
    Mystical India at Starlight Open Air Cinema 2010
    100 Years of Indian Cinema, 1995
    Penrith Festival 2010
    Ramsay Health Care
    Ryde Festival 2010
    Sony India Ad 2007
    South Sydney Football Club
    Sri Ragavan Nair’s Winter Festival 2007
    Swarovski Crystal Launch 2010
    Sydney Festival First Night Jan 2010
    Sydney Film Festival
    Sydney Weekender Channel 7 Featuring Posh Spice Restaurant and Bollywood Sensations dancers (July 2009)
    Thai Airways
    The Blue Lake Multicultural Festival
    UIA fair 2007 and 2008
    Uncle Ben’s Indian Sauces Commercial for the UK 2008
    Vision Australia Charity Event 2007
    Wendy Wu Travels
    Ministry of Tourism, India
    Sydney Peace Festival – International Day of Peace
  • Show Description:
    Our 20-25 minutes standard show involves us dancing for the first half and then we either:

    1) Get your crowd up as the music rolls to freestyle and dance with them showing them moves as we go along


    2) Stop the music and get as many up as possible onto a floor space to then teach them a mini routine where we stop and start the music. They then have a mini dance off between the male and female groups, and then have one last freestyle song if they still would like to keep dancing (we gauge the crowd and go accordingly here).

    Basic Show Music Format:
    It is a standard set with two items back to back and crowd interaction.  With the medleys that we perform to, you have the following options for this format:

    1) Holi is one that we usually start with and is nice to have as the first item (movie Aag but fully choreographed by us – not what is in the clips and has the dandiya sticks in it and is quite dynamic)


    2) Dhola Re/Babuji OR Dhola Re/ Ooh Lala/ Munni Badnaam OR Aaja Nachle/ Beedi/ Munni Badnaam (You can choose one of these medleys to go with Holi as your second item).

    Teaching can be done for Ooh Lala or Babuji Zara Dheere Challo. And if your crowd is really quite enthusiastic and wants to keep dancing we throw in a freestyle song at the end that is upbeat like Hum Ko Peeni Hai or Desi Girl.

  • “It was a great night and we all had lots of fun. The Bollywood dancers were magnificent and we thank the girls very much for their marvellous performances. My daughter loves to dance too, and she is a Bollywood performer herself, and she loved them. It was a pleasure dealing with EP Entertainment. Will definitely recommend to anyone.” – Anita Chand

    “Thank you for a magnificent performance. It was engaging, rhythmic, dynamic… well, like your name, sensational. We have received fantastic feedback from our guests and of course it worked very well with our theme, the charity for tigers in India. Thank you once again to you and the team.” – Sandra Homer – Swarovski International Crystal Launch

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