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Anoshinie Muhundarajah


Anoshinie is well known for the way she captivates the audience through her performance, creativity, musicality, attention to detail, and storytelling through movement. She exudes a passion to commit, deliver, and engage. Anoshinie’s meticulous training began at 5 years old with a foundation in Indian Classical and Folk dance forms, mainly focusing on Bharatanatyam and Bollywood. After completing her 18 years of training, she continued on to explore and train in more Western dance styles such as Hip Hop, House, Locking, Popping, Heels, and Jazz Funk. This opened up her world to explore fusing her South Asian dance foundation with Western movement, creating her own niche of Indian Classical Fusion and Bollywood Fusion. As her expertise in both styles were being noticed across the globe, Anoshinie was invited to teach and judge in England, Finland, Australia, Singapore, and Sri Lanka. She has been performing for over 20 years and has danced for artists from the South Asian music and film industry. Anoshinie was a finalist on Canada’s Got Talent with Broken Dance Performing Arts and went on a World Tour as a feature dancer for Lilly Singh performing in over 25 cities across the globe.

Anoshinie’s credits include: The Parker Andersons, Sneakerella, Dr. Cabbie, Canada’s Got Talent, International Indian Film Awards (IIFA), Nordic’s Dance Festival, Calgary Stampede, Lilly Singh: A Trip to Unicorn Island World Tour, Avan Jogia, Stones, Raptors Half-Time Show, Pan-am Closing Ceremony, WE Day, and TedX Toronto.

Anoshinie has been featured on: CBC, Breakfast Television, CityTV, Bollywood Film Fame Canada, and Tamil Culture.

As much as Anoshinie has been a dancer and choreographer most of her life, she is also an actor. Her first silent short film “The Dancer” was selected for the International Film Festival of South Asia where Anoshinie played the lead actor. Her second short film “Vilanthane” was a big hit in the community as she captivated everyone’s hearts with her lead role as the fiancé, Jess. Anoshinie has always dreamt of being an actress since childhood, therefore, she is thrilled to continue her training, embark on this new journey, and take on new challenges and opportunities.

Anoshinie’s love for the performing arts goes way beyond her role as a dancer, choreographer, and performer. Anoshinie is a dance teacher and an advocate for using the arts as a platform to connect with people while inspiring and empowering communities globally. Some of her work includes volunteering to teach dance in orphanages abroad, youth development centres, and women’s centres. Anoshinie wants to inspire others to also have a dream and know that they too can make it happen.