Gayathri Govind is a versatile Indian classical dancer and choreographer. She was born in Trivandrum, Kerala, India and is a B. Tech graduate. She mainly performs Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam, Kuchipudi, Ottanthullal, Kathakali, Yakshaganam and Nangiarkoothu. She also appears in various television shows. In 2008, she won the dance reality show, ‘Thakadhimi’ on Asianet.
Career of Gayathri Govind
She started performing on various stages in India and abroad since the age of four. Over the years, she has established herself as a notable choreographer and started her dance troupe called ‘Silver Streak’ in Trivandrum. She has choreographed many dance productions for her dance troupe. She also runs a dance school, named Thakadhimi in Chennai and Espoo, Finland.
Apart from this, she also appears in various television shows. She anchored many TV programs and live shows on Kairali TV, Asianet, Surya TV, Mazhavil Manorama, Kairali We, Asianet News, BTV, Doordarsan, and ACV. Recently, she appeared in a TV Commercial for Society Tea. She is also working as a Software Engineer in HCL Technologies, Chennai. Presently, she lives in Espoo, Finland with her husband.
Achievements of Gayathri Govind
She is the winner of Asianet’s Vodafone Thakadimi (2008).
She bagged the first Prize in DHOOM Pro in 2007.
She has earned many laurels in State and University level youth festivals
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(Last Updated on : 25-03-2015)
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