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Chaudhary, The Hidden Beloved. He yearns for his Chaudhary, his beloved . He searches for her as she plays hide and seek and asks her to stop her mischief and show her exquisite beauty to him. She is like the moon, that shows herself through the clouds while he yearns for her presence. Does he get to witness her presence at the end? Watch as this story of a village set as the backdrop of Rajasthan village. Watch the playful grace of the beautiful ladies of this village as they tease him while he works and gets distracted as he dreams of his Chaudhary, his beloved. Chaudhary, an Indian fusion dance narrative choreography directed by Priya Kumar Varunesh uses strong influences of different folk forms of Rajasthan and Gujarat like garba, Ghoomar, Tera Taali which is a dance form that uses cymbals or 'Manjeeras' tied in different parts of the body and produce music using rhythms of the song. Influences of Bharatanatyam are also used in this dance narrative choreography. Dancers (In order of appearance) : Priya Kumar Varunesh Meghana Balaji Navya Kundar Suraj Rajapithamahuni Mahesh Rao Madri Mankad Kunal Kapadia Camera : Sumit Kumar Follow him on… Direction and Editing : Priya Kumar Varunesh For business enquiries contact +91-8095278173 Follow us on : Website : Facebook : Email : | NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. WE DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THIS Video. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. The content is for promotional purpose only. This is only intended to showcase the creativity of the artist involved. If you have any problem with copyright issues, or question please do not report, take your time to contact us via mail, and we will response soon

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