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DNAHM73798 | 7/23/2014 | Author : Kinjal Shah-Desai | WC :775

The new ‘head’ of Darpana Conservatory Revanta Sarabhai wants to better lives through arts...

He has the perfect zeal and yearning to challenge his surroundings, thereby tapping and unearthing the best possible talent to surface. Son of danseuse Mallika Sarabhai and grandson to legendary Bharatanatyam dancer Mrinalini Sarabhai, 29-year-old Revanta essays the role of a dancer, choreographer, multimedia artiste, a film-maker and now as head of Darpana Conservatory with a lot of finesse. In a tête-à-tête with dna after hrs this new face of Darpana has the road ahead quite aptly planned and things have even started to role without much delay. Let’s hear from him…
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