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Amador Valley Dhamaka hosts its Second Annual Isvara Showcase for Bollywood Dance Teams across the Bay Area

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  • Milpitas Masti puts on a unique performance utilizing props.

  • A dancer from Dublin Afsana jumps high to begin the dance.

  • Amador Valley Dhamaka closes by striking a final pose.

  • Sanjana Raju (’24) leads the Dhamaka dancers in a powerful dance.

  • The team performs together in their closing dance.

  • Amador Valley Dhamaka utilizes flashing lights to begin their dance to popular song “Carnival.”

  • The Amador Valley Dhamaka Girls perform a contemporary style dance.

  • The Amador Valley Dhamaka Boys performance an all-boys rendition to the song “Pappu Can’t Dance”

  • Khang Nguyen (’24) leaps over the shoulders of Aditi Chinta (’24) to start off the dance.

  • Saurabh Jorapur (’26) leads Amador Valley Dhamaka in a group dance.

  • Foothill Fizaa perform with passion and grace in their emphatic showcase of Bollywood dance.

  • Dougherty Valley Dhadkan put together a special performance for the audience.

  • Washington Taal implements a fight scene to get the crowd hyped.

  • Dancers from Washington Taal perform a extravagant couples dance with athletic flips.

  • Dhole and Kamal Kandi (’25) put together a skit for the fashion show.

  • Amador Valley Dhamaka’s Boys put together a special performance for the onlooking crowd.

  • Foothill dancers put on matching yellow kurtas to display for the fashion show.

  • Anand and Arnav Dhole (’25) put together a simple yet stylish outfit combination for the fashion show.

  • Avi Marwah (’26) and Mehwish Aftab (’26) put on colorful traditional red clothing for the fashion show at intermission.

  • Presentation Jazba performs an all-girls dance with unique and inspiring moves.

  • Manassa Sankarakrishnan (’24) performs a special solo Bharatanatyam classical dance for the evening crowd.

  • Amishi Anand (’25) entertains the crowd with a guess the song game.

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