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Ken Ho performs his Indian dance, with which he received some expert help.


BY ANDY SCHELL When Ken Ho wanted to create his own choreography for his new pro-


gram to “Jai Ho” from the Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack, he needed a little help. As a physician, Ho knows the importance of house calls. “I did a web search and found an instructor who was willing to come to


me,” Ho said. Anjali Soi, an accomplished Pittsburgh dance instructor who specializes in both classical and folkloric Indian dance, began working with Ho in his living room. “It was so much fun,” Ho said. “Anjali taught me a style of Bhangra, and I incorporated that into my program.” Bhangra originated as a style of Punjabi men’s folk dance. Soi also con-


centrated on Mudras, the position of Ho’s body that would influence his en- ergy, with concentration on his hands and fingers. Te private instruction moved teacher and student from Ho’s living room to the ice rink, with Soi proudly posting Ho’s results on her Facebook page.


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