At the recently held Indian Film Festival 2011 in Melbourne, Australia Munni aka Malaika Arora Khan made over 1200 people dance to her tune for around 3 minutes, thus bestowing the famed ‘Munni Badnaam’ with yet another honour because now it is in The Guinness World of Records. What began as a random jiggy-wiggy by a handful spectators during the movie screening as part of the opening night of the festival, caught the fancy of the Guinness reps and led to 1200 people dancing to choreographed beats of Shiamak’s trainers.
Here is video from that world record!
Taking it a step forward, Mumbai-based choreographer Terence Lewis (aka ex-judge Dance India Dance) has accepted the challenge to perform a similar feat in Mumbai this weekend. Everyone is allowed to be part of this BIGGEST Bollywood dance class by joining in on Saturday, 19th March 2011. And though you don’t have to be a Munni or a Sheila to be part of it, you definitely need to be able to swing those hips, as the participants would be expected to complete the 1-hr training to avoid being disqualified.
I can’t guarantee any glitterati making their presence at this one, but you can surely expect ONE helluva experience! And if you’re a little shy or have two left feet, feel free to join in & cheer out loud for the participants!
Here is the scoop on how you can be part of the attempt at the new world record:
To register free log onto www.terencelewis.com
Dress Code: Indian Traditional
Time: 2 pm
Venue: St. Theresa School Ground, Bandra – Mumbai
Be sure and let us know if you join in!