Jhatkas & Matkas At Donald Trump’s Swearing-In Ceremony, As Mumbai Dance Troupe To Perform
Preparations are in full swing as Donald Trump will take office as the 45th President of the United States of America on January 20. A troupe of 30 Indian performers have been selected from Bollywood and being trained by Suresh Mukund to perform at the inaugural ceremony.
The 29-year-old choreographer from Nalasoparaa, Mumbai, is leaving no stone unturned to make this golden opportunity and an achievement of his lifetime.
“This is nothing like a dream come true for me. It’s a lifetime chance. I, along with my assistant Karthik Priyadarshan are working hard to train Indian performers, to match their steps with American performers since a few days,” he told.
Mukund’s dance group titled Kings United India has won a world championship held overseas in 2015.
They will perform on a seven-minute medley of Indian classical and Bollywood dance songs selected by Mukund. Former Miss India Manasvi Mamgai will lead the dance troupe at the function that will be held at West Lawn of the US Capitol, he said.
The celebrations around Trump’s inauguration beginning Thursday has been organised around the theme ‘Make America Great Again’ which was the theme of his election campaign and helped him won the election.