Dharmesh Yelande was born on 31 October 1983 in Baroda, Gujarat. He is a very popular Indian dancer, choreographer and actor. Due to his incredible dancing talent and his crisp and fast dance movements, the dance community in India address him by the name Dharmesh Sir. He is specifically the master of Hip-Hop, Popping and Locking, Bollywood freestyle, semi classical and folk dancing but he can perform efficiently in any possible genre and dance style. This expert in freestyle dancing participated in a great number of dance shows and competitions, such as Dance India Dance (season 2), Dance India Dance Li'l Masters, Dance Ke Superstars, Boogie Woogie, Comedy ka Daily Soap, Zee Rishtey Awards, DID Doubles, Dhamaal Night, Just Dance, MAD - Mhanje Asal Dancer and a lot more. In all these competitions he acquired a great experience, and soon he was engaged by Farah Khan who made him in charge of the entire choreography of the movie Tees Maar Khan. Soon after that he was responsible for the choreography in the 3D dance-based film ABCD - Anybody Can Dance directed by Remo D'souza. Dharmesh Sir is dedicated to helping talented dancers and improving their performances, and this is one of the reasons why he opened his own dance academy in Baroda known as the D'virus Dance Academy.

Alisha Singh Hindi Actress

Alisha Singh

Alisha Singh is an Indian dancer and choreographer turned actress who was hailed and raised in Ranchi, Jharkand, India. She came to Mumbai to pursue her dancing career. Alisha was born on April 16, 1990. She lives with her parents and two siblings. She loves dancing even when she was just a child, so when her parents saw her talent and passion for dance; they enrolled Alisha in a small dance institute in Jharkhand at the age of 11. She studied for two months until she heard that there is an audition for Boogie Woogie. Her father encourages her to try the audition without knowing that this will change her life forever. She was selected and she is the only one who was selected in whole Jharkhand in Bihar. She became an overnight sensation on newspapers, magazines and local television channels. Alisha won the dance competition, Boogie Woogie for three times and since then, she started to receive many offers from dance reality shows. Later, she joined another dance competition show, Dance India Dance on Zee TV. Alisha was the first runner-up in DID Season 1, while Salman Yusuff Khan became the winner. She was just an ordinary girl when she joined Dance India Dance but because of her outstanding performances, she gained many praises from the viewers and became Ranchi Ki Rajkumari. Alisha danced for six whole years and she was also trained in classical dance. Alisha and her eldest sister are also running a dance school of their own. Her performance in Dance India Dance reached to a new hike in her dancing career. A year later, Alisha was called by Palki Malhorta to join the dance-based television show, Dil Dostii Dance as Neha on Channel V India. Getting a chance to be called up for the show, Dil Dosti Dance gave her an opportunity to set her footprints on Mumbai. But later, Alisha quits on the show due to her hectic schedules. Even though Dil Dosti Dance is all about dancing, Alisha had to go through some sort of learning on how to act, and as days passes by, she got a little bit of inclination towards this genre and decided to try out a new turning of her career and became an actress. There is no particular character that Alisha is looking into, rather she is open to all kinds of shows and characters; could have been positive or negative role, but it has to be challenging, interesting and should possess chances to bloom the acting skills she got. Alisha also choreographed the KBC 5 in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Season 5. She was also seen in Dance India Dance Little Masters and recently, she joined Life OK’s reality show, Dare 2 Dance hosted by Akshay Kumar. She also assists Indian choreographer, Vaibhavi Merchant in Dhoom 3 and soon she will be seen in some of Vaibhavi’s Bollywood projects.