Dance like no one’s watching. Dance like there’s no tomorrow. We’ve all heard these phrases but we seldom practice them. But now is as good a time as any to let your hair down! And what better way to get the groove back than by taking a trip down memory lane and rediscovering how fun dancing used to be?
This International Dance Day, we are taking a trip around the world to find out some hidden and some popular gems from the world of dance. We hope you twirl your way through this quiz!
All you have to do is read the following questions carefully and choose the correct answer from the list of options.
Which dance form dominated Bollywood in the late 1970s and early 1980s?
Which Indian classical dance style is Madhuri Dixit trained in?
Which of the following dance steps was immortalised by Michael Jackson?
Which electronic dance music genre was popularised by Vengaboys?
Identify the folk dance style in this song.
In which Indian state did the classical dance form of Mohiniyattam originate?
Identify this Indian classical dance form.
Which of the following dance forms originated in Argentina?
Vaganova, Cecchetti and French are methods of which dance form?
Which Indian classical form is Vidya Balan performing here?
Do you know the answers? Now, write them in the comment section below and wait for the next quiz to find out if you’re correct!
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DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai
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