India: Boy Dance group, Quick Style (popularly known as the Kala Chashma boys) from Norwegian had best time on their maiden trip to India for an exclusive shot in Mumbai. They enjoyed their trip and called the country colourful, and stated that they are learning every day as the people of India are very nice.
The co-founder of the group Bilal Malik expressed his pleasure in shooting at India and stated that they had the best time of their life in the country. Another founder named Sirikhan noted that more than half of their fan following is from here as they have been supporting them for 10 years. They have been thinking to come to India for a decade now.
Lauding India and its people, Sirikhan replied that they came to India with the intend to handshake, but they received a big hug, a hug of love, a hug of care, a hug of happiness. They are feeling like a home in just three or four days. They have also planned a meet and greet during their visit which got sold out in no time.
A quick style is a dance group which have collaborated with a host of the biggest names in entertainment. The Norwegian dance group received massive accolades and 10 crore views on YouTube videos when their members were grooving at Indian songs such as Kala Chashma (Baar Baar Dekho, 2016) and Chuura Ke Dil Mera (Mein Khiladi Tu Anari, 1994).
Now, their latest collaboration will be held with India skipper Virat Kohli. Appreciating the talent of India, the dance group asserted that they are meeting great people and working with a lot of talented people behind the scenes as well. They feel a great sense of closeness and genuine connection while meeting these talented people and they are learning a lot from them, according to Bilal.
Talking about Mumbai, Bilal said that they loved Vada pav and called it good. He outlined that they travelled a lot in the local trains and give performances for people and make videos. While sharing their experience, the dance group added that they met 70 creators and all of them have so much to give.
The group will visit various parts of India and their stop would also include Kerala, Delhi, and Chennai. They expressed their wish to explore India of its diversity, culture, custom and values.