A BOLLYWOOD dance teacher has gone back to her old classroom to talk to students about her experiences and new novel.
Salma Zaman, met with students at North Huddersfield Trust School recently, and gave them a talk before a half an hour Bollywood dance lesson.
Salma, who owns her own Bollywood dance Academy in Huddersfield, said she enjoyed her school days at Fartown High School, and drama lessons which inspired her to go on to do creative things.
The talk was given to 14 students – most of them librarians and members of North Huddersfield’s after-school Book Clubs.
Her first novel, Bollywood Princess, is based on her own first lessons as a young dancer.
Salma, who lives in Fartown, is now working on her next two books about Bollywood dancing, but their titles are still a secret.
When she is not writing her novels and teaching dance she has worked alongside Donny Osmond and Shobna Gulati, who plays Anita in ITV’s Coronation Street.
Copies of of Salma’s first book, priced at £5.99, can be obtained by contacting her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org