Salma Zaman is a children’s writer, bollywood teacher, choreographer, fitness instructor and the founder and artistic director of Salma’s Bollywood Academy (SBA), the first ever British-Asian Bollywood dance academy for the North of England. Salma has been teaching for many years. She provides professional educational school workshops for all ages, levels, and abilities all around the UK and abroad.
As well as writing for her local paper, Salma has appeared on Coronation Street, BBC1, BBC2, BBC3, ITV, Channel 4 – Identity with Donny Osmond and choreographed and performed for Bollywood stars. In addition to this Salma has choreographed pop videos and worked on several British films.
Salma’s first book The Bollywood Princess was published in 2012 and her latest book ‘I Can’t Dance Without my Banghra Pants’ is centered around her own son who is autistic.
Special thanks to Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council