Ability Unlimited Foundation, is using dance to break the myth of it being one of the most physically liberating art forms. In his 30 years old career, Guru trained close to 500 differently-abled persons, who mesmerize the audiences with their extraordinary dance performances on wheelchairs.
From Bharatnatyam on wheels, Sufi dance on wheels, to enacting Bhagwat Geeta on wheels, Ramayana on wheels, Durga on wheels, and even martial arts and Yoga on wheelchairs, the troupe has travelled across the globe with their performances.
Pasha believes, dance has a therapeutic effect on this community that stands largely neglected, having experienced the discrimination first hand in his native village. “I knew I had to do work with these people,” he says. Pasha also performs on a wheel chair with his troupe.
“I spend eight to 10 hours on a wheelchair with them as it helps me empathise with them.”
He set up the Ability Unlimited Foundation two decades ago to promote awareness in Therapeutic Theatre Projects (TTP) and workshops as a form of therapy