The Kapil Sharma Show: Terence Lewis Recalls How He Learned The Dance Form, Waltz To Teach Aamir Khan For Lagaan And Got His Big Break

Terence Lewis revealed he had to learn the dance form, Waltz to teach Aamir Khan and other actors for Lagaan.

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The Kapil Sharma Show: Terence Lewis Recalls How He Learned The Dance Form, Waltz To Teach Aamir Khan For Lagaan And Got His Big Break
‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ has kept its viewers and fans hooked and entertained right from its first episode. Many prominent celebrities and veteran actors have already graced the popular comedy show. The next celebrity guests to appear on the show are Malaika Arora, choreographer Terence Lewis and Geeta Kapur, who will be promoting the second season of 'India’s Best Dancer.’ Several promos of it have already left everyone excited for this special episode.

During the show, Terence Lewis recalled how he had to learn the dance form, Waltz to teach Aamir Khan and other actors for Lagaan. In a report by IANS, it was revealed that when host Kapil Sharma asked Terence if he had to learn a dance form before teaching someone else and he shared this anecdote. The ace dancer said, “Actually this happened for the movie 'Lagaan'. I don't dance waltz, I don't teach waltz but, I don't know why Reena, who was the producer at that time, thought because my name is Terence Lewis so I should know waltz.”

“So I said I'll learn and come. Saloni Roy Kapur, Siddharth Roy Kapur's mother, taught me Viennese waltz which is from the 18th century. So having learned the dance I went to Bhuj and I taught Aamir, the actress and that was my big break of becoming a choreographer,” he added.


Terence Lewis also revealed that he was only 25 when he got the chance to choreograph for 'Lagaan', which celebrated its 20th anniversary this year.

This fun episode will be aired on Sony Entertainment Television on weekend. ALSO Read: The Kapil Sharma Show: Geeta Kapur Imitates Malaika Arora, Also Reveals Nora Fatehi’s Presence Got Terence Lewis Distracted




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