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Shubhreet Kaur Ghumman – Sangrur Girl Rocks at India’s got-talent

Shubh Kaur Ghumman, popularly known as “One Legged Dancer“, is resident of village Jhundan, Amargarh, District Sangrur(Punjab).

 Shubhreet Kaur lost her leg in a road accident on  Oct 21, 2009, while she was riding her scooty. She lost her leg due to doctor’s negligence.
 She saw Vinod Thakur dancing on a TV show and decided to start dancing with her one leg.

Shubh started practicing daily. She continued her passion for dance and she proved her life’s motto, “NEVER GIVE UP….. Nothing is impossible,”. She beleives Life is beautiful, So Live it, Enjoy it.

 Mother Smt. Charanjeet Kaur is her role model, she is inspiration & motivation for her. She always motivate her to look forward in life. Shubh got selected in INDIA’S GOT TALENT TV show for her dance performance.

After her performance she got standing ovation from the Judges. Shubh Kaur Ghumman danced so well on the sets of India’s Got Talent 5 that Bollywood superstar Salman Khan can’t stop raving about her. Salman Khan admire her on Twitter “Wah Yaar. Hats Off. Kamaal Hai.”

Having danced her way to India’s heart, differently-abled dancer Shubhreet Kaur Ghumman also received recognition from the Punjab state, on R-Day. Ghumman, who lost her leg to an accident didn’t let an amputated leg dampen her spirit. She continued dancing on one leg.

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“Even after the accident, when my stitches were still raw, I’d dance on Sheila Ki Jawani every time I saw that song on TV,” she says, ­adding, “And I’d love to meet Katrina Kaif in person, she’s my ­favourite.”

This Katrina Kaif fan has found many supporters in Bollywood, including actor Salman Khan. “When people told me that Salman has tweeted about me, I couldn’t believe it at first. Up till now, I used to watch him on TV, now he’s watching me. It’s like a dream,” gushes Ghumman, who has now made it to India’s Got Talent on Colors as a contestant, after clearing the auditions.

 Her journey thus far hasn’t been easy. “There are no dance schools in India that take in physically-disabled people. When I approached schools, none of them believed I could dance, so I mostly trained on my own.” But she wants to make sure that others don’t suffer the same fate. “I hope to start a dance school for ­physically challenged people,” she says.

*HT Media

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