Aditi Bhagwat

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'Thane Plus' Supplement, The Times Of India

"Well-known Kathak danseuse Aditi Bhagwat was the first artiste to perform on this stage. Her vibrant and enthusiastic dance performance was colorful and captivating. 'Draupadi Vastraharan' was the highlight of Aditi’s performance in which she showed 'Gatbhav'. Her graceful steps, elasticity of body, postures and perfection in performance won every heart."
 

The Hitavada City Line

"Aditi was a picture of grace and charm in her presentation and had the audience mesmerized with her beauty and charm for which she is known, having acted in TV serials and movies."
 

Lokmat City Pulse

"From vocal to instrumental and then a mesmerizing Kathak performance presented by young and budding dancer Aditi Bhagwat of Mumbai left the connoisseurs at the Deshpande Hall spellbound. Her performance began with the usual prayer song. The energy and mood of the dance accelerated as the last performance of the evening neared its end."
 

India Today (Simply Mumbai Cover story 'Dance Divas')

"Aditi was 16 when she gave her first performance at Raj Bhavan. Ten years later, Bhagwat has gone beyond boundaries and forms and braved purist skepticism to experiment with different dance forms like Lavani and Garba to Ghumar. Her first fusion performance came in 2004 after jazz musician Louis Banks saw her perform an enchanting Kathak-Lavani combination. Her experiments in dance fusion have helped her create a unique niche."
 

The Times Of India

"The Jugalbandi (duet) between the king of drums, ace percussionist Sivamani and Kathak dancer Aditi Bhagwat had a mesmerizing effect on the audience. The performance held at the Le Meridian, Pune was packed to capacity."
 

DNA

"When classical dancer Aditi Bhagwat performed, everyone stood still to watch her graceful moves."
 

The Indian Express

"Bathed in a breeze from the Arabian Sea, Kathak dancer Aditi Bhagwat whirled 30 times, her face flashing forward with each spin, her smile flawless.
As she came to rest with a shake of her ghungroos;, the audience broke into sustained applause as they realized they were witnessing something special at the Bandra Reclaimation Promenade. Around 400 people drifted down last night for a spell binding performance by Bhagwat for the ‘Celebrate Bandra Festival. Bhagwat held watchers rapt with a display of Jaipur style kathak and then a dazzling dance rendition of the tale of Lord Krishna and the serpent. She was outstanding, its rare you get to see a professional of this quality."
 
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