The NGO has already trained more than 100 students from rural background who wants to make it big in the dance, this NGO is all set to lengthen its CSR activity by training 50 more students. The sole aim of this NGO is not charity but to help students build career by training them in Dance. Kcalpana Bhushan, the founder of the NGO has faced lots of challenges when she chose this dynamic field.
Kcalpana Kala Kendra, is a famous NGO which has been training students in many of the dance forms like Indian Classical, Bharathanatyam, Kuchipudi, Kathak. Bollywood, Western Classical Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Contemporary, Salsa, Oriental and Belly Dancing.
According to Kcalpana Bhushan, the founder of Kcalpana Kala Kendra, “We have always tried to unpluck the hidden talent of dance, amongst the participants. Our student, Deepika Yadav, who has made to the finals at India’s Got Talent, also joined as an untrained girl who wanted to learn dance- we not only taught her dance but also the other aspects of life which includes grooming, learning and even her education, which has helped her to carve a niche of her own.”
She further reiterates, “My message to the youth out there goes that if you will follow your passion with an indomitable spirit then success will follow you some-day”. I belong to a royal family, being the daughter of the princess of Raja Ka Tajpur, choosing dance as a career was a stumbling block for me. I convinced, performed and achieved dance as a talent. If I can pursue this talent then why not others.