Banglar Joyogaan episodes feature a stellar performance by traditional Raibeshe dancers, who bring “Raibeshe”, “a lost martial art form of Birbhum, Bardhaman and Murshidabad to life.
Posted 01.07.21, 00:15 AM
New episodes of the show Star Jalsha Dance Dance Junior Season 2 sheds light on Bengal folk and festive dance forms in a whole new light. From the joyful dance of Nabanna Utsav to a unique performance to the tune of Malla ‘der gaan, the stage brings to life Bengal’s rich cultural heritage, acclaimed around the world. These special Banglar Joyogaan episodes feature a stellar performance by traditional Raibeshe dancers, who bring “Raibeshe”, “a lost martial art form of Birbhum, Bardhaman and Murshidabad” to life. The episodes also feature dazzling performances on Gajon Utsav and the very famous dance Pahaar er Chaa-bari. The best of Bengal’s favorite Dhunuchi Nritya, Bratachari Nritya and the ever popular Rabindra Nritya are also there. The mighty Chhau dance show is the added attraction.
Speaking on the occasion, Subhankar Chattopadhyay, the show’s producer and director, said, âBanglaar Joyogaan – the two special episodes of Dance Dance Jr. Season 2 is a very colorful portrayal of Bengal and its rich heritage. cultural. The junior participants were bursting with energy, power and enthusiasm as they presented their special performances based on Bengal folk and dance forms while Judges Dev and Monami (pictured left) were in awe of every act special. Mahaguru Mithun Chakraborty was delighted with the performances, which added uniqueness to MG’s favorite folk dance forms.
The channel spokesperson said, “In this difficult and depressing time of the pandemic, DDJ Season 2’s Banglar Joyogaan special episodes have created some beautiful and fascinating memories that will be etched in the minds of our audiences. for a long time.” Watch the episodes on Disney + Hotstar.