Muskan Singh is an Indian dancer, who’s among the many prime 12 contestants on the Indian dance TV actuality present India’s Greatest Dancer Season 2, which aired on Sony TV in November 2021.
Muskan Singh was born on Sunday, 21 April 2002 (age 19 years; as of 2021) in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Her zodiac signal is Taurus. She accomplished her education at St. Xavier’s Senior Secondary Co-Ed Faculty, Bhopal after which pursued BA (Hons) in Political Science. After Singh realised that her ardour is dancing, she obtained enrolled within the Raja Mansingh Tomar Music and Arts College in Gwalior and did MA within the Indian classical dance kind Kathak.
Top (approx.): 5′ 5″
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Black
Dad and mom & Siblings
Her father is a retired military officer, and her mom is a homemaker.
Spouse & Kids
Muskan is single and has no kids.
India’s Greatest Dancer Season 2
Muskan’s efficiency on the observe “Mohe Rang Do Laal” within the audition spherical of India’s Greatest Dancer Season 2, swayed all three judges – Malaika Arora, Geeta Kapur, and Terence Lewis such that Terence pressed the buzzer in the midst of her efficiency.
After her auditions, when the judges requested Singh about her inspiration to bounce, she attributed her success to her father and his strict self-discipline. Muskan mentioned within the present,
It’s a blessing to be on this stage and carry out in entrance of all of the three judges. Dance is my ardour and I wish to pursue it wholeheartedly. Since my childhood, my father has all the time been current throughout my stage performances in faculties. So, he’s my fortunate attraction. There has not been someday when my father has not proven his assist. I’ll guarantee that I work arduous to win the trophy of ‘India’s Greatest Dancer’ for my father and make him proud.”
Actor: Hrithik Roshan
- Muskan is understood on the present for her distinctive dance fashion that could be a fusion of the Indian classical dance, Kathak, and Tutting.
- After her efficiency within the auditions, the dancer mentioned in an interview that she began coaching in dance solely after she was ‘forcibly’ led into the sector by her father, who himself cherished Indian classical dance. Muskan revealed,
I used to be admitted to a Kathak class after I was 11. I didn’t prefer it all at the moment. However now I really feel my father did the fitting factor.”