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Indian dance wins hearts

16 Sep 2013

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The Indian Music and Dance Festival enlivened Queensbridge Square last month and a Southbank-based dance crew was the highlight.

The event was organised by the Federation of Indian Associations of Victoria and included plenty of dancing, singing and musical performances.

One such act was NB Dance (pictured), which brought the crowd to its feet. NB Dance used the community space at Boyd Community Centre to hone its routine in the lead-up to the event.

NB Dance’s Natasha Baweja said it was thrilling to perform in front of so many Melburnians.

“Our performance was appreciated so much that the organisers requested we perform again!” Ms Baweja said.

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