Art

Bindu was born into an artistic family. Her father was a leading actor in Sri Lanka in the 1970’s and so from the age of just 4 Bindu was surrounded by cameras, lights and it was not long before her natural talent revealed itself. In her childhood Bindu excelled in dancing, singing and acting. During her school days she won numerous National level competitions in drama, dancing and singing.

During her University days in Moscow, Russia she was trained under the World champion of ballroom dancing and she learned the 10 styles in Ballroom and Latin dancing. Bindu showed her talents by performing in various concerts in Moscow and was even backed by the famous Bolshoi Theatre junior dancers. In 1998 Chanel 1 of Russia did a feature about her in their most popular youth programme called Do 16 I Starshe (Up to 16 and older) and it was the first time that a foreign artist was given this honour.

After the highly rated successful episode Bindu eventually went on to work for Channel 1 in Russia as a presenter of the same programme.

During her service in the Sri Lankan military, she participated in all National concerts with the Sri Lankan Military band. Bindu continued to appear on musical shows on T.V and live concerts where her singing and performances brought Joy to many.

Bindu now contributes to her cherished Charities by performing in concerts here in the UK as well as internationally.

And the show goes on….

Art

Bindu was born into an artistic family. Her father was a leading actor in Sri Lanka in the 1970’s and so from the age of just 4 Bindu was surrounded by cameras, lights and it was not long before her natural talent revealed itself. In her childhood Bindu excelled in dancing, singing and acting. During her school days she won numerous National level competitions in drama, dancing and singing.

During her University days in Moscow, Russia she was trained under the World champion of ballroom dancing and she learned the 10 styles in Ballroom and Latin dancing. Bindu showed her talents by performing in various concerts in Moscow and was even backed by the famous Bolshoi Theatre junior dancers. In 1998 Chanel 1 of Russia did a feature about her in their most popular youth programme called Do 16 I Starshe (Up to 16 and older) and it was the first time that a foreign artist was given this honour.

After the highly rated successful episode Bindu eventually went on to work for Channel 1 in Russia as a presenter of the same programme.

During her service in the Sri Lankan military, she participated in all National concerts with the Sri Lankan Military band. Bindu continued to appear on musical shows on T.V and live concerts where her singing and performances brought Joy to many.

Bindu now contributes to her cherished Charities by performing in concerts here in the UK as well as internationally.

And the show goes on….

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