Tejashree (Born Sonali Jaikumar Khele) is a popular Indian film actress who appears in Kollywood films. She is considered one of the leading stars in the industry. Tejashree is a kathak dancer, originally trained in kathak by her father Khele Jaikumar Master, a disciple of Maharaj Pandit Gopi Krishna. After a few modeling assignment, broke in the film industry, South Korea. I danced in it many item numbers. Good roles films.her large banner style dance very uniq. It's a very good Tamil cammand language.being a maharastrian of mumbai.she has appeared in many adfilms remotely like silk saree shop Chennai, kritika shikekai powder, shampoo, KPG and jwellwer many.she busy by many of the theater the night of the stars in the country and abrod .
Tejashree father Jaykumar Khele running a school dance in kathak, while her mother a housewife Sheila, who was a teacher at a later time n the principle of the school. The singer, too. Tejashree Sailesh has a brother who is in the hotel industry. Who got married recently with Priyanka. Has a port in Goa, run the restaurant as well as the restaurants industry. Restaurants and restaurants named Shri Samarth. And now will be opening soon another outlet in Mumbai too. Tejashree hobbies are listening to music, watching movies, playing the violin, learning new languages. Like to work well, such as cooking, Indian, Chinese and Conte.
KATHAK among the six major classical dances of India and one of the most dynamic theater arts in the world. Word Kathak is derived from Katha, meaning "the art of storytelling." It is also synonymous with a community of artists who have known and Kathakas hereditary profession was to narrate history while entertaining. Will be with music, dance and mime these storytellers of ancient India to bring to life in the great books and epic so ancient times, and especially the great Indian epics Ramayana and Mahabharata and the Puranas Sanskrit literature. Of the form as an expression of the early slaves dedicated to the Hindu gods, Kathak gradually moved from the temples and in the courts of the rulers, Hindu and Muslim maharajas nawabs. These rulers with a wealth of cultural, recreational concern of any luxury, featured a group of dancing girls and courtesans to entertain the palaces. Much later, during the mid-1800, Kathak enjoyed a renaissance and gained prominence among the kings and zamindars (feudal lords) not only as a form of entertainment, but as a form of classical art. Hinduism in the courts in the semi-desert range of the emirate of Rajasthan, placed in Jaipur kathak Grana (school), a method of regional emphasis on technical mastery of pure dance. To the east in the court of Wajid Ali Shah, deputy of the last student of the same promises of Kathak, confirmed a sexy dance and sensuous expression and developed into a characteristic pattern of Grana Lucknow. Grana said this originated with Wajid Ali Shah's court dancer Thakur Prasadji. Can be traced ratios Kathak dance from one generation to the Father, and the generation of his son, teacher to pupil. Sons excelled Thakur Prasadji and Binda Din Maharaj and Kalka Prasad, in the study of Kathak. Binda Din helped three children, Achhan, and Lacchu Shambhu Maharaj, Kathak tradition holds in the twentieth century. The Achhan Maharaj, and upon his death, Shambhu Maharaj, among many of his disciples, Ram Narayan Misra and Das Prohlad, respectively, and the father of the teacher Das.