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Bhushan Kumar announces biopic on legendary choreographer Saroj Khan

Bhushan Kumar of T-Series will bring the tale of India’s first female choreographer to life, a story of hardship, achievement, and determination. The biography of famous choreographer Saroj Khan has been purchased by the production firm. Saroj Khan’s children Raju Khan, Sukaina Khan, and Hina Khan’s daughters recently gave him the rights to her life narrative.

Kishan Chand, Nirmala Sadhu Singh Nagpal, often known as Saroj Khan, was a Bollywood dance choreographer who was best known for a number of hit songs in the 1980s and 1990s. She had a 50-year career in which she worked with many top actors and choreographed some of the most iconic dance moments in the industry.

Saroj Khan was the first female choreographer in Bollywood, and she was one of the few women working behind the camera at a period when virtually all technicians were men. Saroj Khan, the pioneer she became, began her career as a dancer when she was three years old, became a choreographer at the age of ten, and became an assistant choreographer at the age of twelve.

Saroj Khan is known for his famous dance songs such as “Ek Do Teen,” “Choli Ke Peechey Kya Hai,” “Hawa Hawai,” and “Dhak Dhak Karne Laga,” as well as songs from films like as Devdas, Lamhe, Nagina, Kalank, Chandni, Saawariya, Taal, Beta, and Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. The three-time National Award-winning choreographer was best known for working with Madhuri Dixit.

“Sarojji not only enthralled viewers with her dancing talents, but she also changed the choreography scene in Hindi cinema,” adds Bhushan Kumar. Her dancing styles presented stories that were beneficial to all filmmakers. She drew crowds to the theatres to see their favourite stars dance to her beats. Sarojji’s path, which began when she was three years old, has been filled with ups and downs, and the success and respect she has earned from the business must be brought to life. I recall visiting film sets with my father and witnessing her choreography bring the songs to life. Her commitment to the art was admirable. I’m grateful Sukaina and Raju consented to allow us make this film.

We believe that via this biography, Bhushanji will be able to share her narrative, her love for us, her enthusiasm for dance, her affection for her actors, and her respect for the profession.”

The team will provide updates as they become available.