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Ace choreographer Terence Lewis is happy to have created a Guinness World Record with "Worlds Largest Photobook".
After getting featured in Fashion at Big Bazaar (FBB) anthem - "The Denim Dance", he took the nation by storm by inviting people to share their own denim dance photo on social media handles with #fbbDeminDance.
The team created the "World's Largest Photobook" which measures 486 square feet in surface area. It is 18 feet tall and 27 feet wide.
The book contains more than 8,000 pictures of the people from various parts of the country posing in Denim Dance's signature step and was unveiled at Infinity Mall, Malad here on Thursday. The record was also announced on Thursday.
"It really feels great and every time we go for breaking the record like this. I question myself if it will be possible or not. Are we breaking one or not? So there are so many challenges out there and we are always nervous," Terence said in a statement.
He added: "So, far we have been successful and all I would say is keep trying and I am loving to be a part of something big like this and there will be many more to make India proud."
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