Ishpreet Dang is an Indian dancer and choreographer who shot to fame with her dance videos on YouTube. Her videos have made her popular as a social media influencer, model, and vlogger.After getting her bachelors degree, Dang reportedly worked in business analytics; however, due to her passion for dancing, she left the job after working for 3-4 years and invested in her career as a full-time dancer. DanceFit Live.Ishpreet along with her dance partner, Tejas Dhoke, initially set out as a local dance group that used to perform at small shows with around 1,000 people. The duo soon started posting their dance videos regularly on YouTube in 2016, and some of their early videos garnered almost 4 lakh views. This paved way for the launch of their joint venture in 2016 called DanceFit Live, which is a dance and fitness platform. Reportedly, the venture is now one of the countrys best dance studios and Indias top dance YouTube channel. DanceFit Live Ishpreet Dang with her partner Tejas Dhoke.Eventually, the duo started making their own dance covers of Punjabi and Bollywood songs and started conducting dance workshops and classes for their students regularly, which, according to them, helped skyrocket the popularity of the DanceFit channel in 2018. The Hindu.In 2018, the Nashik-based dance partners performed alongside singer Harrdy Sandhu for a dance cover, which led to many more collaborations coming in through different music channels. In her dance career spanning over five years, Dang has collaborated with several artists from the Bollywood and Pollywood industry for various songs and music from T-series including Rakul Preet Singh, Sara Ali Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Elli Avram, Nora Fatehi, and many more. The Hindu.Ishpreet has amassed 1.2 million followers on her Instagram account and 495 subscribers on her YouTube channel, as of December 2021. She is also associated with two other YouTube channels DanceFit Live and Tejas & Ishpreet..Dang also boasts of over 500k impressions on every video that she uploads on YouTube. She said in an interview, The Tribune It is fun to create videos on YouTube shorts Here, I can express my creativity in a few seconds, gaining the likes and dislikes of my viewers, I can get honest feedback from the insights along with simultaneously experimenting with my illustrations without the investment in editing and syncing the film of projectile endeavors..