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7 South-Indian Actresses Who Are Classical Dancers!

Beautiful and graceful!

Every actress and actor go through a certain level of basic dancing to excel the songs in the movie industry. However, few of these stars are trained extremely well even before they became stars and here is a list of 7 South-Indian actresses who are professional classical dancers:

 

1. Shobana: Shobana is a trained Bharatnatyam dancer and one of the most famous ones in the country. The actress even won a Padma Shri for her contribution. She became an independent dancer in her twenties and runs her own school ‘Kalarpana’ in Chennai.

 

2. Meenakshi Seshadri: The actress who became famous after her movie ‘Duet’, has been trained in four different dances –  Bharata Natyam, Kuchipudi, Kathak, and Odissi.

 

3. Revathi: The ‘Mouna Ragam’ actress is actually a professionally trained Bharatanatyam dancer and has been learning since the age of 7. The actress did her Arangetram in Chennai in the year 1979.

 

4. Amala Akkineni: The ‘Agni Natchathiram’ actress holds a Bachelors degree in Bharatanatyam from Kalakshetra College of Fine Arts. She has given many live performances worldwide.

 

5. Manju Warrier: Manju Warrier is a trained Kathakali and Bharatnatyam dancer. As much popularity, she holds for her acting, she is that famous for her dancing.

 

6. Shriya Saran: Saran is an accomplished dancer. She was first trained as a child by her mother in Kathak and Rajasthani folk dance, and later trained in Kathak style by Shovana Narayan. She was involved with many dance teams in college and with her teacher. They would incorporate social issues into their dance routines

 

7. Simran: Simran is a trained dancer and can perform Bharatanatyam and Salsa.

 

 

 

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