When Bollywood director Shah Rukh Khan made his “Skeleton Dance” documentary in 2016, the dance had become the most popular piece of dance in Hollywood.
Now the Bollywood blockbuster has been made into a movie.
It stars Bollywood actor Anupam Kher, the new co-star of the “The Skeletal Dance” film and his co-stars from the first film.
“The skeletons in the dance are the real thing,” Khan told CBC News.
“This is a dance that we have never seen before, and this is the real skeleton dance of the real people.
So, we are going to dance with them.”
The movie, which hits theaters Friday, is based on Khan’s documentary and will be directed by James Ivory.
A “Bollywood” dance has also been made popular on Instagram.
“We just started dancing in Bollywood and I was really happy,” said Karan Raghuvanshi, who was part of the group that choreographed the “Bhandia Dance” from 2010 to 2014.
“It’s a very big step.
I’m so happy.
This is really a great moment in the history of Bollywood.
I’ve never seen a dance like this in Bhandia.”
Raghavshi is the co-founder of the Bhandi Balasani, which is part of a movement of women dancers from across the world.
He was also part of that dance.
“I love this moment in Bali.
I really want to dance,” Raghavan said.
“For the first time, I’m actually dancing with my real bones.”
A video of the choreographed “Barmad dance” was shared on Instagram, where many said they had never danced with skeletons before.
“When I saw that the dance was being made into an upcoming film, I had no idea it was happening.
Now I feel a little bit more at ease with dancing with skeletons, and that it’s a lot more enjoyable,” said Anwar, who is also part.
“If you want to watch Bollywood dance from a different angle, I really like watching this Bollywood movie.”
A “Khanda” dance is also in the movie, and it’s similar to the “Kharab” dance.
Anwar and Karan are also in a dance called “Bhasha” and they were in the “Sudras” dance, too.
“BHasha” is a Bollywood choreography where dancers stand in a circle with their arms behind their heads.
It’s performed at the end of a performance.
“Saddam Hussein,” Khan said, is the main character in the film.
In the film, Khan also said the film will show how many skeletons are dancing at a time.
The skeleton dance is “one of the most iconic dance in Bhojpuri cinema,” said Bhandra’s Karan.
“A lot of people are fascinated with skeletons and Bollywood has a lot of skeletons in it.
It is one of the things that people are most fascinated with.
It seems like the film is just about Bollywood.”