Taking off her shoes in front of a prestigious panel, Hollywood director Laura Terusso & choreographer Aakomon & performing Garba & Bhangra to a Chris Brown song & a standing ovation later is exactly how this Gujarati girl from a middle-class family in Mumbai bagged a role in a Warner Brothers and Alicia Keys produced dance film Work It, starring Sabrina Carpenter, Lisa Koshy, and Jordan Fisher, slated to release worldwide on Netflix this August.
After having assisted choreographers for reality dance shows back in India, Indiana flew to Toronto, Canada looking for a promising career in dancing after having graduated from World's No. 1 Musical theatre school 'Laine Theatre Arts' with alumni like Victoria Beckham & after a long hustle & some odd jobs landed her first Hollywood debut Work It.
Indiana shares, "My parents let me spread out my wings & let me choose dance as a career & supported me throughout. The journey to the way up there was full of roadblocks but dreaming & consistently working towards your goal does pay off. So start where you are, use what you have & do what you can.."
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