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Know about the Indian Dance Crew V.Unbeatable

V.Unbeatable (known as Vikas Unbeatable) is a Mumbai based dance crew of 29 dancers between the ages of 12 and 27 and most of them reside in Mumbai slums. They rose to fame in India when they took part in the dance series Dance Plus for season 4 in 2018 and came in the top 4. They received international coverage when they took part in season 14 of America's Got Talent and received a Golden Buzzer from guest judge Dwyane Wade.

Indian Dance Crew V.Unbeatable
Indian Dance Crew V.Unbeatable

Early life

The V in the name stands for Vikas, after a crew member Vikas Gupta who died performing stunts during a performance.

It started in 2014, when Om Prakash, now 27(2019), and his friend Vikas wanted to pursue their passion and turn it into a profession. But an unfortunate accident left Vikas paralysed from neck, and he soon succumbed to his injuries. Devastated, the group found itself staring at an uncertain future without one of its leaders. Vikas's parents approached Prakash and told him that they regretted that their son hadn't lived to see his dream, and that Vikas was the only one who could help change that. Vikas parents promised and supported the group in every possible way they could to participate locally and finally it was when V.Unbeatable auditioned for season four of India best-known dance competition, Dance Plus, that life kicked into high gear. The group competed on the Indian dance competition Dance Plus in 2018 where they finished in 4th place. Prior to this they had taken part in a reality show called India Banega Manch.

In America's Got talent 2019, seeing the performance of the V.Unbeatable dance crew, Dwyane Wade one of the guest Jury member of AGT hit the Golden Buzzer, sending V.Unbeatable directly to the Quarterfinals. They made it past the semifinals and performers in the finals. After making it to the top 5 they were announced to have come 4th in the 2019 AGT.

Honours & Recognitions


  • 2019 - Finalist, Top 5, 4th place in America's Got Talent, Season 14
  • 2018 - Finalist, Top 4, Dance Plus 4
  • 2017 - Participated in India Banega Manch 

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