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AVAJARRED: The Delhi Dance Academy Show

AVAJARRED 1: Feb 2013

AVAJARRED 2: June 2013

AVAJARRED 3: 27th of September, 2014 at Ambience Mall, Gurgaon. 200+ performers, 30+ Acts.

AVAJARRED 4: 24th of September, 2016 at Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Auditorium, Delhi Cantt.


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AVAJARRED 2 (June 2013) SAW 150 STUDENTS DANCE!!!

Here are the highlights from AVAJARRED 2. Thousands of pics available on Facebook and videos available on our Youtube channel. All Avajarred 2 photos are now available on Facebook! Thank you Haldiram’s for sponsoring us! Official poster:


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AVAJARRED 1 (Feb 2013) WAS A RAVISHING SUCCESS!

Photos of the Event: 1700 Pics available on Facebook and Videos on our Youtube Channel.

On the 9th of February 2013 (Saturday), Delhi Dance Academy hosted a show at the Arya Auditorium, Desraj Campus, East of Kailash, right next to ISKCON temple, which comprised of modern dance performances by 125 dancers from Delhi Dance Academy, fitness workouts, comic acts by Rajneesh Kapoor’s troupe, launch of Warren Webbe’s (Universal) latest single and motivational speeches by business speakers which were attended by over 400 urban, educated people, wife of the Pakistani Ambassador and influential personalities. This event, of 3 hours duration, started at 7pm and ended at 10:30pm.

AVAJARRED 1 – 2013 – Program

6:30pm: Water music band playing as audience arrive to the venue. 7:02pm: Ganesh vandana sung by Shri Sujan Sandhu. 7:07pm: Ganesh Vandana dance by the National Cadet Corps’ Republic Day Camp National Champions 2013. 7:14pm: Arjun and Anant wonder why. 7:20pm: “Deva Shree Ganesha” by kids taught by Choreographer Manish. 7:25pm: “Pungi” + “Papa toh band bajayen” by kids taught by Choreographer Manish. 7:29pm: “Brother Ki Dulhan” + “Tennu Leke” bollywood performance by Choreographer Manish’s students. 7:33pm: Rajneesh Kapoor’s comedy part 1. 7:38pm: Freestyle by Nandita + Bhagyashree 7:43pm: Belly performance 1 choreographed by Kimaaya. 7:48pm: “Dil garden garden” + “Rani tu main raja” by kids taught by Choreographer Manish. 7:51pm: “Party getting hot” by kids and adults from Choreographer Manish’s batch. 7:53pm: Cecile and Akash perform together on Bollywood numbers “disco deewane” and “asi velle”. 7:58pm: Cha-Cha-Cha performance by Salsa students choreographed by Suren and Sameer. 8:00pm: “Masha allah” by adults choreographed by Choreographer Manish. 8:03pm: “Aloo Chaat” by kids choreographed by Manish. 8:05pm: “Chalao na nainon se ban” by kids prepared by Choreographer Manish. 8:09pm: Rajneesh Kapoor’s comedy part 2. 8:15pm: The Rickshaw Item Song by Choreographer Gehena. 8:22pm: Girls of Nritya Kulture and Boys of Delhi Dance Academy go head to head. 8:28pm: Zumba with choreographer Suren’s fitness freaks. 8:35pm: Harshveer and Noor from Gameon India talk about sports and you. 8:45pm: Choreographer Prashant’s Jazz performance with his students. 8:49pm: Hip Hop by Choreographer Anish’s 3-4pm students 8:53pm: “Jai Ho” – The grand Bollywood gathering of Choreographer Manish’s students. 8:59pm:  A unique Tollywood mix choreographed by Anish. 9:02pm: Senior students Priyanka and Sam’s story of love. 9:05pm: Choreographer Raman Pratap Singh and his all-boys hip-hop performance. 9:09pm: Contemporary performed by students of Choreographer Vishnu. 9:13pm: Hip Hop choreography with some “robotic and zombie” moves on “you don’t like me by Anish. 9:20pm: Choreographer Vishnu’s solo performance. 9:23pm: The BIG one choreographed by Anish, Gehna, Raman, Paau, Sam, Akash, Priyanka and Cecile. 9:27pm: Rajneesh Kapoor comedy part 3. 9:32pm: “Ishq Shava” by choreographer Manish’s students 9:37pm: Dr Hari Singh shares an experience with the audience. 9:40pm: Salsa by the weekenders choreographed by Sameer and Suren. 9:43pm: Woren Webbe and Effinxace launch their new single “beautiful”. 9:48pm: Sameer Faizi and Hannah – the couple burn the stage. 9:51pm: Fusion Hip Hop directed by Choreographer Raman Pratap Singh. 9:55pm: Choreographers Anish and Gehena give it their all in this duet performance. 9:59pm: Arjun and Anant go patriotic with their song “Hindustan”. 10:04pm: Kimaaya’s 1-4pm Sunday girls present their belly dancing skills. 10:08pm: Rini Singh’s presentation on how perceptions determine our lives. 10:11pm: Rajneesh Kapoor’s comedy part 4. 10:16pm: Sameer, Vishnu, Prashant, Paau, Sam and Kimaaya’s girls get together to burn the stage (literally). 10:20pm: Thank you and let the party begin! 10:25pm: End. This evening, titled AVAJARRED which means “mad passion for dance”, showcased dance forms like Bollywood, Belly Dancing, Hip Hop, B Boying, Contemporary dance, Salsa, Cha cha cha, Zumba Fitness Workout and some martial arts, all performed by students of Delhi Dance Academy. Passes – Passes were priced at Rs 250 each. For passes and sponsorship enquiries of future shows, call 9953835088 (Anant) or 9910222770 (Arjun). Get ready to become absolutely AVAJARRED! Best of all – we had CASH ON DELIVERY – All you had to do is, call us or email us on info@delhidanceacademy.in with your phone and address, number of passes required and we delivered your passes to you.

What does Avajarred mean? Define Avajarred.

Someone who is madly passionate about dance. It originates from the hindi word avajar – someone who is tired, lost, agitated and confused and can be confused with someone who is so intensely involved with something that he/she almost seems in trance. This term has been coined by Delhi Dance Academy for their show called Avajarred. Pronounciation: A (as in apple) VA (as in vase) JARRED (as in jar)

The boys of the b boying troupe are avajarred, they eat, breathe and live dance.
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  • Rahul Nagdewani (Anish Sir's Batch)

    Congratulation on the success of AVAJARRED 2013. I really appreciate the hard work of all & student teacher bond.

    February 12, 2013
    • Hey Rahul, thanks a ton mate! 🙂 Your hard-work and our team effort made it awesome! Next one will be even better!

      February 18, 2013
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