Bollywood Dance

Bollywood dance originally referred to dance form of Indian films which were predominantly produced at Bombay (hence the name Bollywood). The term is, however, now extended to the popular dance form inspired by Bollywood films. It started from South Asian countries, spread to Russia (Soviet Union) and Middle  East, where Indian films were popular, and is now found all over Europe, USA, and Canada largely due to Indian diaspora.

Bollywood dancing can be called modern Indian dancing which is a mix of classical Indian dance, folk dance, and even Latino and Arabic dance

 

 

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