TRENDING ON ONEINDIA
Friday, November 30, 2007
To help commemorate the fulfillment of 300 songs, advertisements and music videos across various genres, languages and aesthetic sensibilities, choreographer duo of Bosco-Caesar held a major bash in one of the city's popular night-clubs on 26th November. The evening was special since it was also Bosco's birthday on 27th, hence making it a double whammy for all the guests assembled.
Highlight of the party was Salman Khan who, inspite of making a late entry, more than made up for it by staying in there for close to one hour. Other celebrities who graced the event were Amrita Arora, Sophie Chodhary, Rosa, filmmakers Suneel Darshan, Kumar Taurani and Abbas-Mustan. Meghna Naidu, Aryaman, Karan Sharma, Atul Agnihotri with his wife, Hazel, Arjun Kapoor, Alim and cricketers Mervyn Dillon (West Indies) and Heyward (South Africa) also joined in. Abhishek Bachchan was missed though as he could not make it to the event.
The '300' landmark was arrived after the completion of the shooting of the title track for the movie GOD TUSSI GREAT HO starring Amitabh Bachchan and Salman Khan and directed by Rumi Jaffry.
When questioned about their eventful journey so far, Bosco Martis, one half of the Bosco-Caesar duo, said, "From college festivals to music videos to ad shoots and of course film songs it has been a challenging roller coaster ride. I would like to thank all the industry personnel who have supported us through the years."
Caesar Gonsalves also shared similar sentiments as he commented, "To say that dancing has evolved over the years is an understatement of sorts. The audiences have become more discriminatory and it has been a constant source of challenge and fun to keep in tune with the times and create moves and make the whole country dance to it."
Starting their journey with Hrithik Roshan (Mission Kashmir) and moving on to Abhishek Bachchan ( ), Salman Khan (Partner), Shahid Kapoor&Kareena Kapoor (Jab We Met), Arjun Rampal (Ek Ajnabee) and Sameera Reddy (Musafir), Bosco and Caesar have over the years contributed towards bringing to fore a new wave of dance movements!
Post their 300 songs milestone, Bosco-Caesar is planning to open dance institutes in Mumbai and various cities in the world. Named Bosco-Caesar Dance Company (BCDC), they have already started operations in Dubai catering to the huge Indian Diaspora and have plans to open in London, Kula Lumpur and Durban early next year