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August 22, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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A creative bollywood dance group known as Matrix from New Delhi, India is here to swipe the people of Fiji off their feet this month.

The 14 member crew has been brought to Fiji as part of Indian Cultural Centre’s 40th anniversary here in Fiji.

The group is sponsored by Indian Council for Cultural Relations, India, Vodafone Hibiscus Committee and a host of other sponsors.

The team is led by choreographer, Suresh Nair and assisted by Tarun Sharma and Kanika Sharma.

During the Hibiscus Queens Talent night at Albert Park, yesterday, the Matrix dance group performed on a few item numbers. “This was just a promo for the audience about what to expect during the groups 11 segment of continuous performance for 30minutes tonight,” Nair said.

The group has already performed in countries like Bangkok, Finland, Russia, Lebanon and Sweden. Their whole group back at home consists of 30 members where some are still training to perform at international level, added Nair.

The current group in Fiji has 12 dancers, 6 boys and 6 girls who will performing in 9 different districts around Fiji. They would also be travelling to Levuka, Taveuni, Labasa, Savusavu, Rakiraki, Lautoka and Nadi.

The group is set to perform during the Vodafone’s Friendly North Festival in Labasa next week.

By Indrani Krishna

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