Meet Odisha’s Rocking India’s Got Talent Prince Dance Band

Their talent was first identified by their trainer Binash Mishra, who brought them to the academy.

The group is made up of artists between the ages of 10 and 18.

The Prince Dance Group, made up of 13 tribal children from the remote Malkangiri district of Odisha, has proven that hard work and dedication always brings success. The group has delighted audiences with their performances on a host of reality TV shows, most recently India’s Got Talent. The performers, whose ages range from 10 to 18, mainly base their performance on a mixture of martial arts and dance forms. The young people, residing in the Swabhiman Anchal, did not let poverty or other obstacles get in the way of their passion.

Their talent was first identified by their trainer Binash Mishra, who brought them to the academy. They had arranged for their food and board. The children also received accolades from the All Odisha Martial Arts Association, and they gradually gained recognition over the years.

After much struggle, with the help of a few generous people, the group was able to fly to Mumbai to participate in a reality show. Ram Madkami of Prince Dance Group says, “We never thought we’d go this far. Coming to Mumbai added to our excitement. Now we can’t wait to show our talent not only nationally but also internationally.”

All members of Prince Dance Group are extremely happy with their success. Nakul Kirsani, who is part of this group, says they are training for the fourth round of the show. Arjun Kharala said, “I never thought I would go this far. All this was only possible thanks to our coach Binash Saran. We will do even better in the next round,” he said.

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