Mumbai Videocon d2h, India’s fastest growing DTH player has partnered with Dance with Madhuri to launch an interactive dance service called ‘d2h Nachle’. The service launched today in Mumbai, is set to win the hearts of dance lovers across the 18 million strong Videocon d2h subscriber base. d2h Nachle is available on Ch No. 525 and is available for free preview till 22nd May 2017.
Madhuri Dixit, renowned for her legendary dance moves along with her Dance with Madhuri team of eminent gurus and choreographers, is all set to get you dancing on Videocon with its d2h subscribers. This association will give dance enthusiasts a chance to synchronise their steps and learn the best in class, dance lessons from the comfort of their living rooms. With support from gurus like Pt. Birju Maharaj, Saroj Khan, Terence Lewis, Remo D’Souza and a host of renowned choreographers from the industry, D2h Nachle powered by Dance with Madhuri has over 100+ classes, 100+ hours of content and 1800+ lessons.
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Saurabh Dhoot, Executive Chairman Videocon d2h said, “We are delighted to partner with the legendary dance icon Madhuri Dixit and Dance with Madhuri to launch d2h Nachle on our platform. D2h Nachle will strengthen our Value Added Services(VAS). Our consumers will find d2h Nachle compelling and engaging, especially the younger ones.”
Talking about the launch, Mr. Anil Khera, Chief Executive Officer Videocon d2h said, “ Dance is among the most popular expressions of joy and celebration in every part of the country. d2h Nachle, powered by Dance with Madhuri, will bring to every home Madhuri & her expert team of renowned choreographers as their personal dance teachers.”
Madhuri Dixit said, “The idea is to give the joy of learning any dance form of one’s choice to everyone and we strongly believe that our association with Videocon D2h will enable millions of people to learn various dance forms from the comfort of their homes. We have assembled a team of some of the most accomplished and renowned choreographers, who help us create lessons that let everyone learn how to dance in the most, authentic, structured and convenient way possible.”