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Byline: Cheryl Sarfaty
Jun. 7--EDISON, N.J.--Late at night, as many of us nod off to sleep, Vishal Narula silences the volume on his TV set.
It's not because he's being a good neighbor. It's because it's time for his wife, Mamta, to dance.
"No matter how tired I am, I have to put on fast music and dance to the tunes," she said. "My husband watches me and then he goes away."
"I mute the TV and watch it with the closed-caption on," he said with an accepting shrug and a broad smile.
Other than her nightly half-hour dancing frenzies, Mamta Narula, 27, doesn't cut loose too much. She's too busy.
"I wish …