|Dhanashree Verma Company
|Vishal Verma (brother)
Dhanashree Verma (born September 27, 1996) is an Indian choreographer, dancer, and YouTuber. Dhanashree is best known for her fusion dance performances that blend traditional Indian dance forms with contemporary styles. She has gained a massive following on social media platforms, particularly on YouTube and Instagram, where she shares her dance videos, tutorials, and vlogs.
Dhanashree gained widespread recognition after she choreographed the dance sequence for the song "Vaathi Coming" in the Tamil film Master (2021). She has also choreographed for several music videos and performed in various stage shows and events.
With over 4 million subscribers on YouTube, Dhanashree has become one of the most popular dance content creators in India. She uses her platform to promote dance as an art form and inspire her fans to pursue their passion.
Early life and education
Dhanashree Verma was born on September 27, 1996, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to a Marathi family. She was raised in Pune, Maharashtra, India, and completed her schooling at the St. Xavier's High School in Pune.
Dhanashree showed an early interest in dance and began learning Bharatanatyam at the age of six. She later pursued a degree in dentistry at Nair Hospital Dental College in Mumbai and became a practicing dentist.
However, Dhanashree's passion for dance remained strong, and she continued to pursue it as a hobby. She began to share her dance performances on social media platforms like Instagram and YouTube, which led to her gaining a large following.
In 2018, Dhanashree decided to pursue dance as a full-time career and left her dentistry practice to focus on building her career as a choreographer and dancer. She went on to co-found the Dhanashree Verma Company, which provides dance training and choreography services for various events, shows, and music videos.
Dhanashree Verma began her career as a classical dancer, having trained in Bharatanatyam from a young age. She went on to pursue a degree in dentistry and became a practicing dentist. However, her passion for dance led her to quit dentistry and focus on building a career as a choreographer and dancer.
Dhanashree gained widespread recognition for her fusion dance videos on social media platforms like Instagram and YouTube. She uses her platforms to share her choreography, dance tutorials, and vlogs. With her engaging and energetic performances, Dhanashree has become a popular dance content creator in India, amassing over 4 million subscribers on YouTube and millions of followers on Instagram.
In 2021, Dhanashree choreographed the dance sequence for the song "Vaathi Coming" in the Tamil film Master, which received widespread acclaim. She has also choreographed for several music videos and performed in various stage shows and events.
Dhanashree is a co-founder of the dance company Dhanashree Verma Company, which provides dance training and choreography services for various events, shows, and music videos. The company also offers online dance classes and workshops.
Dhanashree has received several accolades for her work in the field of dance. In 2021, she was awarded the 'Social Media Icon of the Year' award at the Times Power Women Awards. She has also been featured in various media publications, including Forbes India's '30 under 30' list of young achievers.
Dhanashree continues to inspire and entertain her fans with her creative and dynamic dance performances, and she is considered one of the most influential dance content creators in India.
Dhanashree Verma is married to Indian cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal. The couple got engaged on August 8, 2020, and tied the knot on December 22, 2020, in a private ceremony in Gurugram, Haryana.
Dhanashree and Yuzvendra had met in 2019, when Dhanashree was working as a choreographer for the Indian Premier League (IPL) team Royal Challengers Bangalore, for which Yuzvendra played as a spinner. They started dating in early 2020 and got engaged later that year.
Dhanashree is a dog lover and has two pet dogs named Tia and Messi, whom she often features in her social media posts. She is also a fitness enthusiast and regularly shares her workout routines and fitness tips with her followers.
Dhanashree has been open about her struggles with anxiety and depression and has used her platform to promote mental health awareness. She has also been actively involved in various charitable initiatives and has collaborated with organizations to raise funds for causes such as COVID-19 relief and education for underprivileged children.
In the media
- "Dhanashree Verma". IMDb. Retrieved 16 February 2023.
- "Hotness Alert! Yuzvendra Chahal's Wife Dhanashree Verma Sizzles in Beach Wear, Posts From Maldives, Check Here". Zee News. Retrieved 16 February 2023.
- "Dhanashree Verma says Neha Kakkar's O Sajna is 'even better' than Falguni Pathak's original Maine Payal Hai Chhankai". Hindustan Times. 26 September 2022. Retrieved 16 February 2023.
- "Happy birthday Dhanashree Verma: Cute love story of Yuzvendra Chahal and his wife that began during lockdown". DNA India. Retrieved 16 February 2023.
- ""Mental health matters": Dhanashree Verma shares about her journey post surgery". Hindustan Times. 13 October 2022. Retrieved 16 February 2023.