Farah Khan Choreography Course (FKCC)
ANYBODY can dance, but not everyone can choreograph, chuckled Farah Khan at the launch of her 12-week choreography course in collaboration with ITA School of Performing Arts.
She shares six basic steps to become a successful dance director.
Know the difference: Dance and choreography are two different things, contrary to popular perception. The former is a set of moves performed by an individual, while choreography is presentation of dance and music together.
Be prepared: Don’t walk into the sets like a lost puppy. On a daily average, an approximate Rs.20 lakh is spent on shooting. So, you must plan the entire choreography in advance to have a productive day.
Don’t be a clone: It’s good to be inspired, but try to be original. That’s the only way to make a mark.
Learn editing: As a choreographer, you need to understand the technicalities of editing and how a particular set of instructions could be used to put forward a choreographed number in place.
Keep experimenting: To attain perfection, one needs to be abreast with changing trends. Don’t hesitate to try something new; lay with the props, have fun with editing, experiment with unique steps and let your work do the magic.
Know your artiste: Some are good dancers, and some are not. Salman Khan can’t dance like Hrithik Roshan, but that doesn’t mean he can’t dance at all; it depends on the choreographer to work on one’s weaknesses and make them look good.
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