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On Saturday 29th June 2013 Khushi Feet will be attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the largest Bollywood dance and we need YOU to take part. Find out more.

Pre-registration has now closed. However, you can still come! You will be able to register at the event.

Click here for full Event Information and Timings.

Breaking news: Michael Jackson’s associate producer and dancer Alif Sankey is coming to Khushi Does Bollywood!

How much does it cost?

Nothing. It's free. We are hoping that everyone who takes part will make a donation to Khushi Feet to support the work of the schools for street children in Kolkata. Maybe £2, or perhaps something more generous. No hard sell, though!

Do I have to dance?

We can't make you. But our experience has been that Bollywood is infectious, and this dance is designed to appeal to all ages and be suitable even for people who have never danced before. Ever. So surprise yourself!

I’m not a dancer so will I be able to do it?

Yes! Yes! Yes! We've seen Ash leading workshops, and before very long even the most unlikely people who have never danced before, or even dreamed that they could, are joining in. Bollywood is infectious! It's irresistible! We can't say this enough, you can do it. Just be prepared to give it a go and surprise yourself. In our Step-By-Step Tutorial, the moves are broken down one by one. On the day it will be possible to follow Ash and the dance leaders.

Do I need to know the dance before the day?

No. It is easy to pick up, and will be taught to everyone at 2pm on the afternoon of Khushi Does Bollywood. On the other hand, Ash Mukherjee teaches the dance on video here, so you can learn it in advance if you want to.

How good do I need to be?

Just do it to the best of your ability. That's all we ask.

What will happen on the day?

Full event information and timings can be found here.  

Where is ‘Khushi Does Bollywood’ being held?

The Abbey School, Faversham. Please aim to arrive in good time. Car parking is available and free, and the school is easily accessible by road via the M2 and M20, though we are asking people local to Faversham to walk wherever possible. The railway station is within ten minutes walk.