Teacher Feature – Bolly Flex / Bollywood
 Naz Choudhury – Master of Bollywood Dance
Naz Choudhury is a British Bollywood Dance Specialist, show producer and artistic director from East London.  In 2011 he took his dance company Bolly Flex on Sky 1’s Got To Dance receiving standing ovations and gold stars from all the critics, and went on to take Bolly Flex on tour across the UK and Europe. Bolly Flex became the first Bollywood dance company to play the Royal Opera House. In 2012 he went on to direct and produce the Dhamaka Bollywood Concert with Flex FX Production featuring Atif Aslam performing live with Bollywood dancers.. Then in 2013 he created Bollywood Showstoppers with Bipasha Basu, Atif Aslam, Malaika Arora Khan, Shaan and Bolly Flex which took place at The O2 Arena London and the LG Arena (Birmingham) in April 2013, which was attended by over 18,000 people. Naz is producing Dhamaka 2013 at London’s Wembley Arena with Mika Singh making his debut in the UK supported by Shafgat Amanat Ali. 
He is the first Bangladeshi promoter, and at the age of 28 and he is also one of the youngest producers to create a spectacular at The O2 Arena. He previously created sold out touring musical dance shows such as Essence – The Bollywood Dance Spectacular and the Annual Britz Dhamaka concerts at The Royal Albert Hall, Hackney Empire and Alexandra theatre. 
Naz started his dance career in 1997.Founded Flex FX in 2003, in 2006 he was commissioned by the European Union as part of a project called ‘The Last Mile created by Tribal Education, to create and produce a project for Bollywood and Asian talent in the UK. In August of the same year Naz Choudhury supplied The Trafalgar Square Festival with Reflex Dance Company, which provided entertainment for more than 10,000 people. The incredibly popular show ran for three weeks, and became a must see. He then went on to produce Dhamaka on 14 April 2007 featuring Atif Aslam alongside Jay Sean & Rishi Rich at Royal Albert Hall with his dance company Bolly Flex. Naz and his dance team have also performed at some of the biggest Bollywood events, concerts and exhibitions in the UK and worked with various Bollywood stars at shows such as Zee Carnival, Commonwealth Games Handover Ceremony in Glasgow and many more. One of his highlights was the Oslo world music festival 2011 where he was highly commended by Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, according to DesiMag. 

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Naz is a very talented and popular teacher at Danceworks.
Naz’s drop-in class is intense and teaches a variety of styles in Bollywood dance, ranging from traditional Indian to urban Bollywood dancing for both men and women. Open to  beginners and all levels. Bollywood experience is not essential although some dance experience and/or reasonable fitness level will help as classes can be fast paced.
Naz’s class at Danceworks are for absolute beginners on Wednesday from 19:00 to 20:00
Bollywood Dance