Welcome to Prince Dance Academy

Prince Dance Academy is rooted in a small town of Behrampur, in the eastern coastline of India, in the state of Odisha. The academy is composed of twenty-six daily wageworkers who enthralled the entire India with their fantastic performance - Krishna Act and went on becoming the winner of the reality-talent show, ’India’s Got Talent’. With no formal training in dance, the academy is led by Krishna Mohan Reddy, who is also the choreographer of this unique dance academy.

The members of the academy are construction workers and two of them are psychically challenged. They have won admiration and accolades from all corners of the country for their sheer commitment and will to fight all odds to achieve an incredible success. The chief minister of Odisha, Naveen Patnaik, gifted them a land and a cash prize of one crore rupees to set up a dance academy to help spread the art in different parts of the state. The academy has performed globally and won hearts.

Prince Dance Academy has recently performed at the inauguration of Indian Premier League, Chennai and Kaun Banega Crorepati on Sony TV. Other recent performances include Opening Act for "India"s Got Talent" Season 4, "Who is the Greatest Indian" on History Channel and "NDTV-Toyota Greenathon" on NDTV 24x7.