Saturday, March 19, 2011
Talent unleashed: An young champ creates history by dancing
Michael Jackson continues to inspire even today and here is one such young champ who is inspired by Prabhudev and MJ and has created magic through his non-stop dance and has mastered their steps with grace.
Learning new skills is very easy for Parash, an 10th standard student of CFTRI. He catches the step with extreme ease and has participated in many reality shows and desires to become Engineer and wants to start a dance school of his own in the coming years and to achieve in filmdom.
Parash has not only impressed the public and his fans but also film actors, directors and producers, who in turn have given him opportunities to perform in Kannada and Hindi films.
He has roleplayed in more than 20 films with heroes like Sahasa Simha Vishnuvardhan and Suhasini in the film School Master. He has also participated in the song ‘Barsore Megha Megha…’ for Aishwarya Rai in the lead role from the film Guru, which was shoot at Melkote. Apart from that he has worked in Ravishastri, Bandhu Balaga, Eee Bandhana, Mastim Male Brali Manju Irali, Olave Jeevana Lekkachara, School Master, Guru and others. He also remembers the friendly attitude of Superstar Akshay Kumar during the filming of ‘Bhool Bhulaiyya’.
He is a grandson of Ramchandra Rao an well-known classical Bharathanatyam dancer and a son of B Ravindranath and Padmini. He thanks his uncle Prashanth and brother Parag for encouraging him in all his activities.
Speaking to Express Parash said that he learnt the western style of dance under the tutelage of Chamaraj at Master and Blaster dance school. Participating in the reality shows is more hectic as he has to take leave at regular intervals to attend the shoots.
He joined dance classes at the age of 10. Since then, he is participating in various state and national-level dance competitions and has also completed level I training in Indian Contemporary dance style at Nritharuthya dance school and has come out with flying colours in contemporary dance style.
Parash has also represented Mysore at the International Children Assembly held in New Delhi under the auspices of Jawahar Balbhavan, department of Women and Child Welfare. He has also stayed at National Balbhavan for more than 12 days and has performed on the theme of promoting Gandhian values of bonding for truth, peace and non-violence.
Parash who has participated in various state-level dance competitions has bagged many prizes. He has won 1st prize in the ultimate state-level dance conducted by Udaya TV, Dakshina Kannada ZIlla Association, Sri Nimishamba Dance Promoters, Universal Academy and others.