Currently rehearsing in the Visible Ink Valley space, Nisha believes the program is an absolutely fantastic initiative by Brisbane City Council to encourage young people to follow their dreams and introduce unique activities to Brisbane through these means. Despite graduating with a degree in Accounting and Information Systems, Nisha uses her free hours to focus on dance and song, using her time in rehearsals for the Ticket to Bollywood: En-Route Australia stage show. The fusion showcase is a collaborative project between the UQ Indian Student Society and QUT Cultural Society of India to highlight a mix of performance mediums and styles from Bollywood, classical, contemporary and fusion dances, skits, musicals, live bands, MC acts and much more. Nisha worked in programs with a similar concept back in her home town of Christchurch, New Zealand, and found an excellent opportunity to introduce this concept here in Brisbane. Driven by her desire to dance and be creative, Nisha is willing to devote her time to these projects because “I am doing something I am passionate about and at the same time getting to meet so many new people who share the same passion as me”. Ticket to Bollywood: En-Route Australia will be happening in August so keep an eye out for posters and more information coming out soon regarding the event. Tell all your family and friends about it – “it will be the Biggest Bollywood Production of Brisbane”.