Manju Warrier inaugurated Rima Kallingal's Mamangam Dance School. The event was held in Cafe Papaya yesterday. Along with Manju, ten important women of Rima's life, which includes her mother, mother-in-law, first dance teacher, Baby Rajagopal- who was the inspiration behind actress Revathy's character Bhanumathy in the classic movie Devasuram, dancer Aswathy V Nair-daughter of veteran writer M T Vasudevan Nair were also present in the venue.
Rima Kallingal, who is a professional dancer herself, is very active in the fieldwith contemporary dance performances. The actress stated that she aims to create an entirely different platform for the upcoming generation with her dance school, by associating various varieties of dance forms across the world.
Mamangam School Of Dance is offering courses in five different dance forms- Bharathanatyam, Kuchipudi, Kalari, Hip-hop and the Brazilian dance form, Capoeira in the initial stage. The school authorities are planning to include more dance forms in the future.
Udaya is the dance course meant for children in the age group 3-7, for learning the basics of dance. Punarjani is a platform for ladies who missed the experience of dance at the younger age. The main faculties of Mamangam dance school includes renowned dancers Narayani Anoop, N Srikanth, Aswathy V Nair, Padmavani, Jaikishore, Dil Sagar and Sritheren.