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He dances to his own tune

DNIND10233 | 5/20/2012 | Author : Anjali Mangal | WC :588

DID’s popular Crockroaxz aka Raghav Juyal was in town on Saturday. As he tucked in some Indorian homemade food, the dancer shared with After Hrs what the rise to fame has meant to him

After his slow motion dance style in Dance India Dance Season 3, Raghav Juyal aka Crockroaxz has become a household name. This Dehradun lad is now the skipper of five contestants in DID L’il Masters Season 2. In a long conversation, Raghav shared with After Hrs everything about his rise to fame and his journey after that.
You have become very famous after DID Season 2. How are you enjoying this sudden fame?
Fame is good but I don't want it to dominate my passion of learning new things and my personality. I have seen many participants become overconfident. Instead of just enjoying being famous, I want to work more and improve my dance.
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