Madhuri Dixit, Nene has launched her own Dance TV Show, “Nachle”. Show will be aired on Videocon D2H. This is first time that any DTH service has come up wit their own show. 30 Top Choreographers of Bollywood including Birju Maharaj, Saroj khan, Remo D’souza and Terence Lewis have joined hands with Madhuri to teach dancing. The show is expected to reach to 19 Million homes.
Madhuri Dixit, renowned for her legendary dance moves along with her husband Dr. Nene and “Dance with Madhuri” team of eminent gurus and choreographers, is all set to get you dancing moves correct on Videocon with its d2h subscribers. This association will give dance enthusiasts a chance to synchronise their steps and learn the best in class, dance lessons from the comfort of their living rooms. With support from gurus like Pt. Birju Maharaj, Saroj Khan, Terence Lewis, Remo D’Souza and a host of renowned choreographers from the industry, D2h Nachle powered by Dance with Madhuri is sure to charm subscribers. There are now over hundred plus classes, hundred plus hours of content and eigteen hundred plus lessons. From Indian Classical dance forms like Kathak, Bharatnatyam, to Western forms like Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Salsa, Bachata and of course lots of Bollywood, d2h Nachle powered by Dance with Madhuri is sure to be a dancer’s delight!
Madhuri Dixit said, “The idea is to give the joy of learning any dance form of one’s choice to everyone and we strongly believe that our association with Videocon D2h will enable millions of people to learn various dance forms from the comfort of their homes. We have assembled a team of some of the most accomplished and renowned choreographers, who help us create lessons that let everyone learn how to dance in the most, authentic, structured and convenient way possible.”
Madhuri and her husband Dr. Nene had launched a dance workout mobile app called Dance with Madhuri” almost two years back. this D2H venture seems to be next step in the same direction as Dr. Nene was also present at the launch and he spoke quite prolifically about dance and the idea of “Nachle”.