Farah Shah is Australia's Leading Bollywood Choreographer and has choreographed for:
"So You Think You Can Dance" Australia
The Australian MTV awards - Wyclef Jean
The Australian MTV awards - Dizzy Rascal
Ch 10 "Recipes to Riches"
UNCLE BEN TV Commercial
SONY India TV commercials (4 x TVC)
"Dancing with the Stars" India - choreographic consultant
Cinema India Exhibition - Powerhouse Museum
Hearts for Hearts Flash Mob
She has also been a judge for:
DANCE INDIA DANCE (India's highest rating dance show)
Miss Bollywood Australia
Her TV Credits include:
"The Today Show"
"The Kerry-Anne Show"
"Mondo Thingo (ABC)"
"Asian Focus (ABC)"
“Meet the Neighbourhood” (SBS)
Choreographer/ Artistic Director / Dancer
Farah Shah has choreographed 8 years of Bollywood Corporate shows for companies such as: Thai Airways, Qantas, Cinema India Exhibition, PowerHouse Museum, AMP, Westpac, Coca Cola, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Wendy Wu Tours, Australian Medical Association, Victor Chan Fundraiser, Fantastic Furniture Crown Casino, Mitsubishi Awrads and more.....
She has worked with Choreographers for Madonna, Pink, Janet Jackson, Bombay Dreams, Fame the Musical .
Farah Shah has over 30 years experience and training in Jazz, Funk, Hop hop, Locking, Popping, Contemporary, Ballet and specialising in Indian Bollywood with her Indian heritage...
As a professional dancer she has featured in Hollywood Movie "Son of MASK" as a Hip hop dancer, "Chess" the Musical, MTV Awards - lead dancer for Grinspoon, MTV Awards - backup dancer for Chingy, MTV Awards - dancer for Wyclef Jean, MTV Awards - dancer for Dizzy Rascal, Sydney 2000 Oympics, UNCLE BEN TVC and more......
Farah has been involved in numerous Bollywood Movies filmed in Australia. She has supplied 12 Professional Dancers for Bollywood Movie "Hey Baby", supplied of 300 Extra's for Bollywood Movie "Chak de" and performed in Bollywood Movie "Khulay Aasman Ka Neeche".
Farah Shah created and is the Artistic Director of Mango Dance Studio - one of Sydney's Leading Dance Studio's and Australia's First Bollywood Dance School !! She was intrinsic with introducing Bollywood dancing to Australia with the first classes to hit Australia in 2002.