Indian dancers pull off historic performance in American Show, Judges gave standing ovation

American popular television show “America’s Got Talent” gave an amazing and inspiring performance in which Indian dancers Warrior Squad showcased their dancing skills. The performance stunned the audience and the judges gave it a standing ovation. Indian dance group Warrior Squad’s performance has caught the attention of audiences worldwide, video clips of which are going viral on social media.

Warrior Squad is an Indian 17-member acrobatic dance group from a small village in Gurgaon. Choreographer and lead artist Rahul Yadav always had a dream that his group would showcase their talent to the whole world by performing on the international stage. However, this group’s path to success was not always easy, as they struggled to find the proper equipment to practice their skills. Despite this, the Warrior Squad persevered and their impressive choreography, along with their passionate performance, left a lasting impression on the AGT judges and audience.

Warrior Squad lead actor Rahul Yadav outlines the initial journey of the Warrior Squad Foundation in a viral video clip. Warrior Squad is a foundation that provides free dance training to such artist children. This Foundation is deeply rooted in this because there were many such children in the villages around Rahul Yadav who had talent but lacked supportive hands. The Warrior Squad’s age range spans from 14 to 30, with the youngest member being Shivam and the eldest being Rahul Yadav himself, who is 30 years old.

The Warriors Squad enthralled the audience and judges with their mesmerizing performance on the hit song ‘Aayi Bidda’ from Allu Arjun starrer ‘Pushpa: The Rise’ at the America’s Got Talent auditions. The group’s remarkable work earned them a standing ovation and high praise from the judges. America’s Got Talent judges were equally thrilled with the Warrior Squad’s performance. Supermodel Heidi Klum, actor Sofia Vergara, and Simon Cowell all praised the group’s talent and performing skills.

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