International Dance Day amid the Covid-19 pandemic can give people a window of cheer and hope. Taking a little time out to dance your blues away to some peppy music at home, onInternational Dance Day, would be a positive step in the right direction. Experts suggest, music and dance does help to counter the emotional impact of the gloom and doom of the pandemic around us. Dance is a creative expression, dance helps counter anxiety, depression and post traumatic stress. Netizens, on International Dance Day, seem to be shaking a leg, virtually. Let’s take a look at a few cool and catchy posts on Twitter.
Who would not be interested in a Wand Dance – the Harry Potter way. It’s based on – Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Make sure you have a wand when you watch this!
— Harry Potter and the Cursed Child AUS (@CursedChildAUS) April 29, 2021
If you are keen on the Bollywood style, go for this ”total mood lifter for everyone…”
— Yash Raj Films (@yrf) April 29, 2021
The IIFA (International Indian Film Academy Awards) has pitched in with ”the premiere of Shahid Kapoor’s mind-blowing performances at IIFA tonight at 8 pm.”
Get ready to watch the premiere of #ShahidKapoor‘s mind-blowing performances at #IIFA tonight at 8 pm on our Facebook page and IGTV! ????⭐#ShowstoppersOfIIFA#Bollywood#InternationalDanceDaypic.twitter.com/8hwWUWw5cR
— IIFA (@IIFA) April 29, 2021
”Dancing is a powerful avenue for activism and highlighting different cultures around the world,” says the UN Women. According to experts, dance is a great form of relaxation and workout. The same endorphins or chemicals in the body that make one feel better are released in greater quantities when one is dancing, say experts. Internatioanal Dance Day is celebrated on April 29 every year.
Happy International Dance Day!