I started dancing in primary school. Mum was a traditional Indian dancer back in the day and she got me involved in the Indian group at school. I felt something there, so I kept on dancing into high school where I started to get a lot more encouragement from friends. I entered my first battle when I was 15 and I won! That settled it in my mind. Dance became my life from that point. My parents originally thought it was just my hobby, but it was an obsession for me. I’d found my thing.
Dance has taken me to the USA. I travelled there for Hip Hop International – one of the biggest comps in the world. It was the best experience of my life. Against 136 other crews we got into the top five. After that, I just wanted to dance every single day. Even if I hadn’t had the success I’ve experienced, I’d still dance. It’s one of those things that when you find it, you know it’s for you. I think everyone on the planet has that one thing that is for them, and my one thing is dance.
Roskill alumni proud
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