Some people nurture their natural abilities to create power to become larger than life personalities, they scale heights that are previously unknown and seem impossible Sandip Soparrkar is one such human being who makes everyone believe that nothing is impossible – a genius of dance for whom sky is also not the limit. The Government of India has bestowed upon him 4 prestigious National awards – National Excellence Award (2016-17-18) and National Achievement Award (2014).
The Germany trained ballroom dance teacher was the first indian to be certified by ballroom dance teacher training school in Boon, Germany. The international choreographer Studied Indian Mythology and Indian art, his love for Indian Myths is so deep that he is now soon coming up with a new dance drama based on life of Karna from the Mahabharata titled “Death Conqueror – Karna”.
Being on a magazine cover is a big honour in itself, it shows international dominance of the person on the cover. Sandip Soparrkar play “Death Conqueror- Karna” gets featured on the October issue cover of B’youtiful Magazine. B’youtiful is an exclusive fashion and lifestyle magazine that enriches ones knowledge on the scope of fashion and beauty and also expand horizons along with point of view on the necessary attention toward the art of beauty, world fashion and luxurious lifestyle. The cover picture was shot by Tanish Laxmi, creative supervision by Manoj Mauryaa and styled by Mehak Jain
Bollywood Intentionally acclaimed Choreographer Sandip Soparrkar along publisher and Chief Editor of B’youtiful Magazine Ms. Nishrin Poonawala launched the sensational october cover of the B’youtiful Magzine at the colourful venue Taste of Punjab in India’s entertainment capital Mumbai. At the launch Sandip Soparrkar performed a short teaser of his upcoming theater show ‘Death Conqueror- Karna’ with the cast consisting of Kulvinder Baksshish, Ankita Dolawat and Deepak Somalkar.
‘Death Conqueror – Karna’ is an English adaptation of award winning writer Shivaji Savant’s famous marathi book ‘Mrityunjay’. This play directed by Kulvinder Baksshish attempts to narrate Karna’s untold and often ignored story. It emphasizes Karna’s magnaminity and his tragedy. In the process it deals with existential dilemmas and of the choices he made. This dance drama has a Great blend of indian folk and international dances Chhau, Thang ta, Kallaripayattu and classic ballroom dancing are the essence of the play.