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IYS successfully presents King of Dance – Prabhudeva
February 2, 2016, 11:12 am

Indian Youth Society (IYS) a non-profitable organization aimed at celebrating Indian social and cultural values, presented the King of Dance, Prabhudeva for the first time in Kuwait .

The event, which was held on 29 February at the American International School - Maidan Hawally, saw the auditorium jam-packed with fans who turned up to show their love and support for the dancer Prabhudeva.

Following singing of the national anthem of Kuwait and India and melodious vocals of Tojan Tobby, the Singing Superstar, the audience were awe-struck by Prabhudeva’s grand entry where he captivated all with his unique dance movements.

More than 400 participants in around 10 groups performed in front of Prabhudeva and were felicitated by certificates on behalf of IYS, signed and presented to them by the dance king.

The Indian Ambassador to Kuwait H.E. Sunil Jain presented a memento, on behalf of IYS, to Prabhudeva and hailed him as comparable to the legendary Michael Jackson.

With the successful completion of the event, IYS added one more successful feat to their list of glowing achievements and proved that the key to success is hard work and determination.

Platinum sponsor for the event was the Art of Living, diamond sponsor was Bahrain Exchange Company, golden sponsors were American Tourister and Tik Tok Watches, and silver sponsors were Advance Technology Company and Huawei. Bronze sponsors were Taal Indian Cuisine and Grand Hypermarket; Co-sponsors were Kuwait Swedish Cleaning Services Co., Caesars Restaurants, Kuwait Airways, Kuwait Danish Dairy, Daawat Restaurants, TVS Hyder Group, Thakkara Restaurants, Aaidah Life Sciences, Metco, Kuwait College of Science & Technology. The event printing and packaging partner was German Press Company. Eternity International Travels and Tourism was the travel partner for the event.


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