Jeya Raveendran is a versatile dancer and choreographer, known predominantly for his South Indian Gaana style. He gained further recognition through choreographing for University and Charity dance shows across London. He has since been involved in several large dance productions, including Dhamaka 2012 at the O2 arena, with the popular dance troupe Bollyflex. He has been dancing from a young age and is trained in various styles.

His work includes taking his dance group ‘Gaana Rajas’ to a British televised reality show called ‘Got to dance’ on SKY TV. Introducing South Indian folk
style to the British audience for the first time. The passion for the beats of Gaana, which was self-taught, took him to the live semi-finals on SKY 1’s renowned dancing competition ‘Got to Dance’, where his ‘’immense choreography, immense transitions’’ were praised by the Judges.


LIVE semi-finals:
Gaana Rajas Full LIVE Semifinals – Got To Dance Series 4

Last year he choreographed and performed at the Star Vijay night held at the O2 arena in London with Vikram, anchors DD and Gopinath congratulating them.
The video is uploaded on Gaana Rajas Facebook page. He has attended the Urban Dance Camp full course and has achieved a certificate. He has choreographed at the prestigious venue O2 Arena, choreographed for afro beats music video for Nigerian artist and Arjun artist.

6 million views feat. Gaana Rajas choreographed by Jeya Raveendran on T-series Arjun excuse me girl:

He was also a
Show producer for Nadana Rajas which aired globally on IBC Tamil and Judged alongside famous choreographers Gayathri Raghuram and Nagendra Prasad (Prabhudevas brother). Jeya is the only Tamil who performed at the Nobel peace prize concert 2014 that took place in Norway, celebrating the laureates Kailash Satyarthi and Malaya Yousafzai. He is a judge at several shows across the UK and at a London inter-university competition.

He has been a lead dancer for an upcoming south Indian Tamil movie, papparpaam which will be releasing this year. Jeya has been teaching and choreographing for over 8 years, Jeya not only loves to dance but is keen to inspire and encourage others to do so, teaching Gaana locally in London as well as across the world.