Mumbai: The United Sports Bar and Grill celebrated the National Achievement Award honour bestowed upon internationally renowned dancer choreographer Sandip Soparrkar in a unique Christmas style with bollywood actress Neetu Chandra as a special guest.
This is the first time in 22 years of the award that a western dancer has been given this honour. Very emotional about the same Sandip said, “This award is not for me, but for all my students who believed in my art. This award has brought in responsibility and I shall make sure I keep the purity of international dances alive all the time.”
Sandip’s friends and students from film and television world poured in to congratulate him on this special day. Designer Rohit Verma was seen hugging Sandip. Others present were Amit Dolawat, Jassi Kaur, Nakul Vaid, Amy Billimoria, Dev Balani, Prachi shah, Shraddha nigam, Mayank Anand, Nisha Jamvwal, Ruby Tandon and many more.
Anil Laroia, AVP – TUSBG who hosted the fun filled party for Sandip said “it’s an honor for us to felicitate and celebrate Sandip’s achievement in The United Sports Bar and Grill. The dance performance by Sandip’s troupe every week for our Mexican Festival was truly appreciated and loved by all our guests.”
The party started with a interactive dance session by Maestro Sandip Soparrkar himself followed by performance of his students, then santa claus danced and gifted chocolates and candies to one and all. The highlight of the evening was when Sushant Divgikar from the Big Boss fame who was the host for the evening made Sandip shake a leg with his super model wife Jesse Randhawa and bollywood actress Neetu Chandra. Jesse and Neetu both looked gorgeous in a white gowns and danced with grace and elegance matching steps with the master of dance.
Everyone was delighted with the Christmas gifts they received from Santa, while Sandip along with his parents, Jesse Randhawa, his friends and dancers enthusiastically cut the traditional cake. Christmas is all about smiles, friends, family and togetherness, there couldn’t have been a better way to celebrate this special honour.