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When in doubt dance and create chemistry with the audience
Enkayaar, Bollywood Trade News Network
Dance has been one of the veritable tools which has been used intelligently by the film makers of all the hues and in nearly all of the cases, the audience sits up takes notice, and is swept off the feet by this razzmatazz unleashed on the silver screen. A film like DIRTY DANCING was woven only around the theme of dance and nothing else, and it has been one of the most successful films of Patrick Swazee. As a matter of fact the passion that dance generates and the instant rapport that it establishes with the audience sort of pushes the filmmakers to venture into this territory when time demands.
RAB NE BANA DI JODI is the latest addition, which seems to be inspired from the latest craze in the Indian audience spreading like wild fire from Bhatinda to Bombay and from Banswara to Bilaspur to display the dancing acumen on the national stage beamed via multitude of satellite channels. It would indeed be instructive to revisit the dance films once again, which really caught the imagination of the people.
JHANAK JHANAK PAYAL BAAJE
JHANAK JHANAK PAAYAL BAAJE: The V. Shantaram produced film is really a treatise on all the forms of classical dance of India in a nearly threehour journey and it established Sandhya as one of the stars who could really dance in classical way. It was also probably the only film where the Kathak maestro Ustad Birju Maharaj made his screen appearance.