Shocked choreographers hospitalised watching me dance: Rahul Bose
Known for his offbeat choice of cinema, Rahul Bose has finally rehearsed dance steps for a song in a film. It was quite an experience for him.
Mumbai: Known for his offbeat choice of cinema, Rahul Bose has finally rehearsed dance steps for a song in a film. It was quite an experience for him.
"For the first time in my career, yesterday (Thursday) I rehearsed dance steps for a song in a film. Two choreographers have been hospitalised for shock. Another choreographer laughed so hard they had to call in the paramedics. #burst blood vessel #my first dance number," Rahul posted on Twitter Friday.
He felt his performance was good.
"At one point I thought I'd pulled off a pretty nifty move. The hall (with 40 dancers) suddenly went very quiet," he added.
Rahul has starred in films like English, August, Mr. and Mrs. Iyer, Jhankaar Beats and Pyaar Ke Side Effects. He recently said that he was busy shooting in the RK Studios, where he had last shot 14 years back.
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