Dance is a creativity that expects movement of the body; that is what Rahul Shetty knows, and says that he can make anyone move. Rahul Shetty, the Choreographer, was born in Mumbai on July 11, 1990. He started practicing at the very early age of six, watching dance acts on TV shows, then later on enrolled in dance classes for a couple of years.
He worked as a child artist for a year in '
Kya Masti Kya Dhoom
' show on Star Plus, which brought him breakthrough. Then on, Rahul Shetty continued to work as child backup dancers in many Bollywood movies and commercials. He went on to pursue engineering from Bhaghubhai Mafatlal Polytechnic, which was discontinued because of his passion for Dance took over him. With the support of family and fellow friends, Rahul set up a dance school and named it as R’Zones.
On par with the management of the school, Rahul participated in '
Krazzy Kiya Re
' broadcasted on Doordarshan in the year 2009. In this competition, he was among the top 10 contestants, and he makes his name in the show, gets selected for ‘Dance India Dance (DID) Doubles’. He participates with his partner
, and they make it to Top 7. By this time, Rahul discontinues his engineering degree starts assisting choreographer Bosco- Caesar for movies. Some of the movies that Rahul worked as an Assistant Choreographer are ‘Player’, ‘
’, and ‘
Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu
Grabbing the famous Choreographer,
attention by his choreography style he was called to help in choreographing the promo of her directorial movie ‘
Happy New Year
.’ He has helped Choreographer Geeta Kapoor in ‘Dance India Dance’ assisting and the show ‘
’ where he choreographed moves of
, winner of the show. Rahul Shetty is also seen in Remo D'Souza’s, India's first 3D Dance beat movie 'ABCD' (Any Body Can Dance).
He was also a celebrity choreographer for the show '
'. Rahul Shetty was the mastermind behind the success of MJ5, five male crew who were the winners of 'India's Dancing Super Star 2013' show. At present, Rahul Shetty works as Skipper in 'Dance India Dance 3' with Paul Marshall.