Born : 11 Jul 1991
Age : 28 Years
Location: Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
11 Jul 1991
Age ( as in 2020 ) : 28 Years
Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
Special Appearance, Actor, Producer
Raghav Juyal was born in 10 July 1991 in Dehradun (Uttarakhand), India. He is an Indian dancer, choreographer and actor. He is renowned as the King of Slow Motion for his surreal dance moves in slow motion style and for his reinvention of the Slow Motion Walk. His stage name Crockroaxz describes his dancing style which is an amalgamation of being powerful like a crocodile and creepy like a cockroach. He is an anchor and is popular with inspiring dancers, who imitate his trademark moves and dance style, popularly known as Crock-style which means the mixing of Crocodile and Cockroach. He rose to fame after being a finalist in Zee TV dance reality shows like Dance India Dance (Season 3), as a skipper for the team Raghav Ke Rockstars in DID Li'l Masters 2 and Dance Ke Superkids.. His team was declared the winner in Dance Ke Superkids under his captainship. Raghav Juyal completed his school education from the famous Doon International School in Dehradun. He compelet his graduate degree in commerce from the DAV (PG) College. He was a born dancer and gave his first recognized performance on the stage of Chak Dhoom Dhoom Season 2 in 2011. He performed with the Dance Group named D-Maniax. After which, He thought was first rejected after the audition but after his audition clip became viral and seeing huge public demand he was brought on the show as a Wild Card. He remained at the top spot for most weeks and was a finalist of his season. His slow motion steps which are popularly called Cockroaxz became hugely popular among the audiences. Prior to coming on the show, he never had a dance trainer. He himself choreographed all his steps. He made his Bollywood debut with a pivotal role in the film titled Sonali Cable in 2014. Though the film failed to make an impact at the box-office but his performance was highly praised. After which, he appeared in Remo D'Souza's 3D dance drama film, ABCD 2.