Bollywood Horror XV Halloween Costume Dance Party


Bollywood Horror XV Halloween Costume Dance Party

Featuring hosts and resident DJs Anjali & The Incredible Kid

plus special guests

Splinter Dance Company (Seattle)

Sasha Khetarpal-Vasser (Portland)

& resident dholi Adam McCollom (Seattle)

Saturday, October 28th, 2017

The Analog Theater

720 SE Hawthorne Blvd.

Portland, Oregon

21 + w/ proper ID
RSVP on Facebook HERE!

The longest-running Bollywood Halloween party in the world is a Portland original, a wild dance party celebrating fifteen years of raucous costumed merriment hosted by DJ Anjali and The Incredible Kid. The centerpiece of every Bollywood Horror is the costume contest hosted by Anjali with fabulous prizes from rad local businesses for the best costumes. Featuring only the wickedest beats from the subcontinent: cower at the thundering dhols, shiver at the piercing wails of Bollywood divas. The night features specially-commissioned psychedelic Bollywood Horror visuals remixed from Anjali ‘s vault of South Asian horror.

Bollywood Horror XV will feature Tarot readings from Kirin Bhatti. Kirin Bhatti is a modern day desi witch. She weaves ancient ancestral practices into everyday practical magic that empowers, and illuminates. Halloween night she will lift the veil to the other world and offer intuitive readings to shine a light on your soul’s true desires.




Splinter Dance Company is composed of a diverse group of professional dancers from Seattle who have come together to enhance community awareness of critical social issues. Splinter uses dance and movement-theater in their educational work (including, but not limited to, the Diversity Dance repertoire), confronting the issues of racism, sexism, violence, the needs of the poor and the importance of unity in diversity. Splinter’s repertoire ranges in styles from hip?hop and break dance, to lyrical, salsa, contemporary and jazz and Bollywood.

Sasha Khetarpal-Vasser



For the last six years my dance has captivated my life and has become something of sacred dedication. I first discovered belly dance in Boston at the age of 17. It was love at first sight. As a male belly dancer I am forced to deal with boundaries of gender in a predominately female dance. Playing with the fluidity of harsh and delicate movement. I have performed, organized and helped to establish the fusion belly dance genre in the Greater Boston area. I have both produced and organized events in and across New England. In my six years of training I have had the privilege to perform at venues across the country. I recently moved to Portland, OR to study under Rachel Brice at Datura Studio. I would like to thank all of my lovely teachers for their support and wisdom.

Adam McCollom


Anjali & The Incredible Kid

Date(s) -   Saturday, October 28th
9:00 pm - 2:00 am

Analog Theater

720 SE Hawthorne Blvd.

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