Qyuki creator and Emmy Award-nominated choreographer Suresh Mukund won the 10th Annual ‘World Choreography Award 2020’
Suresh Mukund is the director and choreographer of the Indian dance crew The Kings and has recently been nominated for an Emmy in Outstanding Choreography for his work on the hit TV show World of Dance.
Qyuki creator and Emmy Award-nominated choreographer Suresh Mukund, who also leads and got the world champions ‘Kings United’ in the NBC world dance championship has won the 10th Annual ‘World Choreography Award 2020’ today. When the nominations for the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards were announced earlier this week, Mukund was one of the six to have been nominated for excellence in choreography for a variety or reality programme.
Suresh took it to his Instagram sharing his achievement. He posted a picture of him and the award, and in the caption, he wrote;
Excited about the achievement, Suresh Mukund stated, “I am feeling mixed emotions right now and I am thankful to WCA’20 for nominating me and awarding me with this supreme award, hard work pays off! I also want to thank Qyuki for supporting me. This trophy is dedicated to each and every one on my journey of dance and life. I am grateful to all.”
Earlier this year, Suresh Mukund along with his dance crew, Kings United, made headlines when they scored a perfect 100 in the finale of the American reality TV show, World of Dance. Their performances left international pop star Jennifer Lopez “shook to the core” and Kings United won the competition as well as US$ 1 million prize money.
“We have got a lot more work [after the win]. We have been doing a couple of international workshops. Starting this November, we will be doing a global tour with the team that performed at the World of Dance,” said Mukund, who founded Kings United in 2008.