Ranveer Singh, Shakti Mohan, Dhvani Bhanushali at Shiamak Davar's show in SoBo

Updated: Nov 05, 2019, 08:13 | Anshul Vipat
  • Shiamak Davar, NCPA

    Celebrated choreographer Shiamak Davar opened up his latest dance production - Selcouth for the audience at a cultural centre in Nariman Point, Mumbai. The event was graced by several celebrities like Ranveer Singh, Vikram Phadnis, VJ Andy, Dhvani Bhanushali, Shakti Mohan and Siddharth Roy Kapur. All pictures/Yogen Shah

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  • Ranveer Singh, NCPA

    Ranveer Singh carried his unmissable 'magician' look at the event. The Bajirao Mastani actor was dressed in a black and maroon blazer with a stick in his hand. He completed his look with red shoes, a black hat, and funky glares. 

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  • Ranveer Singh, NCPA

    Speaking to media about the event, Ranveer said, "Selcouth is an extraordinary performance and I am honoured to share the stage with Shiamak and his Company. The performance was a blend of varied emotions and I was at the tip of my seat to witness an illustrative perspective of what life is all about."

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  • Ranveer Singh, NCPA

    On the work front, Ranveer Singh has completed the shooting of '83 which traces India's historic victory at the 1983 cricket World Cup. While Ranveer portrays the team's captain Kapil Dev, Deepika Padukone plays his wife Romi. This is Ranveer and Deepika's first film together after their wedding.

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  • Shakti Mohan, NCPA

    Dancer and television personality Shakti Mohan also graced the event. Shakti, who is best known for judging Dance Plus opted for a blue shirt dress and pink coloured pencil skirt.

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  • Dhvani Bhanushali, NCPA

    Dilbar fame singer Dhvani Bhanushali also graced the event in her all-black attire. Selcouth is a blend of contemporary and modern dance with ballet as the base aimed at depicting what life is all about.

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  • Smita Thackeray, NCPA

    With the power of dance, illustrating everything ranging from dance, drama, love and humour, Shiamak and his team managed to take the audience through a terrifying journey to things which people do not see.

    In picture: Film producer Smita Thackeray clicked at the event

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  • Archana Pania, Shiamak Davar

    RJ Archana Pania was snapped at the event with Shiamak Davar. Speaking about his performance, Shiamak said, "Dance for me is not passion, not profession, but a marvellous splendour of spark that sets you apart from the ordinary. When you hear the sound of your soul, your body should create a movement that only you can feel, that is exactly what Selcouth is all about."

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  • Sidharth Roy Kapur, Salome Roy Kapur

    Sidharth Roy Kapur also graced the event with his mother Salome Roy Kapur.

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  • Vikram Phadnis, NCPA

    Vikram Phadnis opted for a white shirt, denim and white shoes for the event. Shaimak has completed over 30 shows of Selcouth. The choreographer calls it very close to his heart and creatively something that he looks forward to every time.

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  • Anand Mahindra, NCPA

    "This movement is very different from what people generally see, this is a pure dance that moves your spiritual mind. I'm glad we could bring the show back. I am grateful for the entertainment industry to always encourage Selcouth", the choreographer said to the media after the event.

    In picture: Anand Mahindra clicked at the event.

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  • Omung Kumar, Vanita Omung Kumar

    Director-producer Omung Kumar and wife Vanita Omung Kumar also made an appearance at the event.

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Ranveer Singh, Shakti Mohan, Dhvani Bhanushali, Smita Thackeray and host of other Mumbai celebrities attended Shiamak Davar's Production - Selcouth at NCPA in Worli, Mumbai. We have pictures

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