Born on 27 November 1974, Bosco Martis has completed his schooling from St. Joseph’s School, Mumbai and graduated from Mithibai College, Mumbai. Annual Day events at school became the breeding ground Bosco’s budding dance fever where he used to watch his football buddy, now his counterpart –Caesar performs and gets inspired by him.

Soon, by trying to copy him and doing some homework, Bosco began dancing within the confined walls of his house. He dodged the options of pursuing football or becoming a flight purser to settle finally on his passion for being his career. Though it is hard to believe, Bosco never had any formal dance training whatsoever and claims to have developed his talent by watching international stars.

“It was all by visual reference. I used to watch Prannoy Roy’s World This Week that would come on TV. It used to air a three-minute segment on International dance. While growing up, I also watched a lot of international stars perform at the Grammy awards”, says Bosco. After college fests, it was time for the real world, and the duo first bagged a music video of Rageshwari’s hit song ‘Oye Shaava”. Offers came in after this including one to choreograph Daler Mehendi’s ‘Ho Gayi Teri Balle Balle’.

However, it was in 2000 when they got their Bollywood break- Vidu Vinod Chopra’s ‘ Mission Kashmir’. The duo has also carved a niche for itself in Hollywood by showcasing their work in Tarsem Singh’s movie title ‘The Fall’. In 2007, Bosco- Caesar started the Bosco-Caesar Dance Company in Dubai with a strong desire to inculcate what they know in the common people. However, the venture didn’t work out as expected and the company shifted to Mumbai.

Today, it operates in Kolkata and Brampton, Scarborough as well. Apart from this, the duo also conducts dance workshops overseas which go by the name ‘Hook-up with Bosco-Caesar’. The career of Bosco as a choreographer has been blessed with movies under eminent banners like ‘ PK’, ‘ Cocktail’, ‘ Tamasha’ and ‘ Dil Dhadakne Do’ to name a few.

Some of the awards that have come his way include the National Film Award for the song ‘Senorita’ from Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, ‘Senorita’ fetched him Filmfare Award, ‘ Chor Bazaari’ in Love Aaj Kal, ‘Aunty Ji’ song from Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu and the Best Choreography - IIFA Award for the song ‘Chor Bazaari’ again. In 2015, Bosco announced his debut as a director for an untitled film. The film is supposed to revolve around a circus and is sure to sign some big faces of Bollywood. Kangana Ranaut and Amit Gaur are buzzed to be in talks for casting in the same.

Bhavik Sharma Hindi Actor

Bhavik Sharma

Bhavik Sharma is a Hindi film industry choreographer who is associated with Danceworx, owned by the famous choreographer Ashley Lobo. Later on, he did a movie song in ‘Haider’ with Shahid Kapoor. The dancer is an excellent choreographer in many dance forms such as ballet, contemporary, hip-hop, freestyle, jazz, locking and popping too. In addition, the choreographer had performed twice for ‘ Femina Fashion’ show. He also did an advertisement for Pepsi with the most famous Indian music band, Euphoria. He has also performed with the multi-talented choreographer, Terence Lewis at a show in Delhi. Bhavik also performed for an extravagant musical called INDIKA - The Dance Show at Doncaster, London, U.K. Recently, he had concluded doing an Egyptian show. He also participated in ‘D4Dance junior vs. senior finale’. He had also performed in a show 'Beyond Bollywood Musical' as a lead actor in hotel Hyatt Regency. He also used the theme 'Sholay' (Bollywood movie) for his extravagant show. The choreographer keeps himself busy by imparting dance classed based at schools in and around Noida. He has also choreographed dance acts for students of The Amity University, Noida for their annual festival in the year 2014, 2015. Also, he had conducted a workshop in Kanpur, choreographing for the students of G.D. Goenka School as part of Dance Guru Saroj Khan team. He considers Saroj Khan as his guru. His passion for imparting students the knowledge of various forms of dance happened when he prepared himself for choreographed dance acts for students of The Presidium School for their annual function. As a young dancer, he has received many accolades from the students. His hobby includes visiting sea beach, playing with pet dogs, wear highly-fashioned costumes, and ride a fascinating bike. Juhi& Bhavik has always amazed us with their onscreen chemistry on Mazhavil Manorama channel as a part of ‘D3 D4’ dance program. They had performed on the theme like 'I Love You,' 'Rasiaya' etc. It may be noted that both Juhi and Bhavik held their first workshop in Delhi.

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