Noted choreographer Geeta Kapur, who’s as one of many judges on dance actuality present “Super Dancer”, says the storytelling format could have undergone change in Bollywood however song and dance as its core should stay intact. Kapur began her profession on the age of 15 when she joined the troupe of famous Bollywood choreographer Farah Khan and later assisted her in movies resembling “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai”, “Dil Toh Pagal Hai”, “Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham”, “Mohabbatein” and “Kal Ho Na Ho”.
Kapur has additionally choreographed for movies like “Fiza”, “Asoka”, “Saathiya”, “Heyy Babyy”, “Tees Maar Khan” and others. The 47-year-old choreographer expressed her disappointment over the dearth of ‘grandeur’ in Hindi film songs as we speak, however stated there are just a few administrators and inventive people who find themselves preserving the tradition alive.
“For me, Bollywood is all about song and dance. This essence shouldn’t go away. There are adjustments in the way in which we make our films, we evolve and that’s okay, however the flavour should at all times keep. I hope Bollywood doesn’t change its taste.
“My all time favourite songs are ‘Hoto pe aisi baat’, ‘Piya tose naina’, ‘Kaate nahi katate’, ‘tip tip barsa’, ‘Choli ke peeche’ and ‘Maar dala’, all these songs are visible deal with. I might wish to see the grandeur of the songs,” Kapur instructed PTI.
Like her colleagues Remo D’Souza, Bosco Kapur too hopes to direct a full-fledged movie sometime and it does not should be dance film. “I don’t think I will ever direct something dance based. Just because dancing is my forte doesn’t mean I should do a movie on it. Too many of our colleagues are doing that. I might direct something dark or a thriller.”
Kapur has been concerned with many dance primarily based actuality exhibits however “Super Dancer” holds a particular place in her coronary heart. Co-judged by actor Shilpa Shetty and filmmaker Anurag Basu, the newest season of the kids-based present airs on Sony Entertainment tv channel.
“This present has coronary heart, it has simplicity, it’s all in regards to the pleasure of dancing and it’s not technical. The present is relatable with the viewers, particularly the youngsters,” Kapur stated.
She stated all of the judges share a heat bond with the youngsters. “Shilpa has a beautiful bond with the kids, she relates to them as she herself is a mother of two. I am connecting with older and younger children, while dada (Anurag Basu) has immense knowledge about food and culture of each region. So when people from different places come on the show, he talks to them about the popularity of the region,” she added.