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TamashaHop

South Asian Student Association Club Zamana put on its annual showcase, featuring several South Asian dance groups and bands as well as some other popular campus groups. Raw Elementz, CU Sur, Dhoom, String Theory, Raas, Taal, CU Raaga, and CU Bhangra all came out to perform. Bwog daily and unabashed Desi dude Fainan Lakha gives […]

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While you were doing something inevitably less productive this weekend, Columbia’s own Bollywood fusion dance squad, Dhoom, was competing alongside eleven similar groups at the alliterative and aptly named South Asian Showdown in Boston. Not only were they competing, they were succeeding! The team placed second in the Fusion/Hindi Film category, tying a group of […]

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Impending Dhoom

Hannah Goldstein, the “Madonna of Bollywood Dance Journalism,” reports: In keeping with its exhibitionist tendencies, Dhoom, Columbia’s Bollywood-fusion dance team, opened up rehearsal last night to its hordes of devotees; before an audience of friends, team alums, and general dance lovers, the sixteen-member group rehearsed its official 2009-2010 competition number, which is to be performed […]

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