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Disney Channel original movie ‘High School Musical’ to be aired in India

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Disney Channel original movie ‘High School Musical’ to be aired in India

Disney Channel original movie ‘High School Musical’ is set to sing and dance its way into Indian television screens in its original English version on September 30 at 11 am. The movie will be followed by ‘High School Musical: The Concert’.

Speaking on the concerts, an official communiqué stated, “Audiences will be entertained with stage performances by the movie’s famous stars who will enthral viewers with their song and dance rendition of all the ‘High School Musical’ pieces. The concert will be an extended adventure for audiences to experience the absolute feeling of being a part of ‘High School Musical’ on Disney Channel.”

Packed with drama, foot-tapping songs and spectacular dancing, ‘High School Musical’ tells the story of two high school students – Troy, a popular basketball player, and Gabriella, a shy, brainy newcomer – who share a secret passion for singing.


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