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Vaibhavi Merchant to choreograph Broadway Musical!

By Manisha Deshpande

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Download VeerZaara WallpapersAfter Farah Khan, it is now the turn of choreographer Vaibhavi Merchant to go international. In what appears to be a prized international achievement, Vaibhavi has been signed to choreograph a Broadway musical being made by the French production house of Harold Prince and Jerome Robbins, who had staged the Broadway revival of the musical, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF in February this year. The show titled, BHARAT MAA, explores the essence of India and portrays a beautiful story woven around India,according to Vaibhavi. "The show is being planned on a grand scale and will travel to major places from New York, London, Australia and other countries."

Meanwhile, Vaibhavi who is being flooded with offers for choreography after her last venture, DHOOM, is now looking forward to the release of VEER ZAARA and SWADES,in which she has choreographed a couple of songs.


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