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Ganesh Acharya Biography

At the youthful age of 10 Ganesh Acharya’s dad, a renowned dance specialist passed away which dove his family into a money related emergency and constrained him to surrender his studies. Ganesh then began taking in the craft of moving from his sister. He prepared hard and later helped acclaimed choreographer Kamal, until he passed away.

Despite the fact that Ganesh tasted accomplishment at a youthful age, Ganesh needed to battle a ton in the film business. He began his own particular move bunch at the youthful age of 12, turned into a choreographer at 19 and worked in his first film, Anaam (1992) at 21.

Ganesh has choreographed five major movies in the year 2006 in particular Rang De Basanti Phir Hera Pheri, Golmaal, Omkara and Lage Raho Munnabhai.

Taking after this Ganesh chose to persevere in film heading. His first film Swami (2007), which is additionally delivered and composed by him, stars Manoj Bajpai and Juhi Chawla and to an amaze this new film does not have any melody and move. The film is about the adventure of a man called Swamy (Bajpai) and his wife Radha (Juhi) with a social message.

In 2008, Ganesh Acharya attempted to make a satire (with his most loved performers Govinda and Manoj Bajpai) Money Hai To Honey Hai, a comic drama including a dead man, a will, bunches of cash and a way. The film, then again, slumped severely.

In 2002, he was selected in Screen Weekly Awards for best choreography for Badi Mushkil melody from Lajja (2001). In 2005, he was selected for Technical grants in Zee Cine Awards as the best choreographer for the melody Aisa Jadoo Dala Re from Khakhee (2004). In 2007 he won Film toll honor for best choreography for the melody Beedi from Omkara (2006).

Govinda is his most loved dance specialist and from the courageous women his most loved is Madhuri Dixit. He has choreographed Govinda in every one of his movies. He frequently includes in melodies, as “Koi Jaye to le aaye” from Ghatak (1994) and “Khullam Khulla” in the film Road (2002).

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