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Bollywood's greatest dances - The Top Rated Dances from Hindi Film Industry
Aishwarya Rai in Kajra Re
Choreographer Vaibhavi Merchant, composers Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, lyricist Gulzar and supporting acts Amitabh and Abhishek Bachchan all came together with Ash to make this perfect, era-defining dance track.
Madhuri Dixit and Aishwarya Rai in Dola Re Dola
If Sanjay Leela Bhansali's exorbitant Devdas is ever to be remembered positively, it is for this song.
Waheeda Rehman in Piya to-se naina laagey re
Vijay Anand's Guide had many a magic moment, but Waheeda shows such immense grace in this song that we doubt Devsaab, making those wistful eyes, was acting at all
Madhuri Dixit, Prabhu Deva in Que Sera Sera
Madhuri's always tried to reinvent herself, and one of the most memorable occasions is her shifting styles entirely with this stunningPukar number.
Kareena Kapoor, Hrithik Roshan in You Are My Sonia
Well, one guesses the readers just had to see Bebo on the list.
Mithun Chakraborty in I am a disco dancer
Indeed you are, Mithun-da. What a song, catapulting the art-house hero into mainstream Bollywood with spectacular, pelvic vengeance. Dancing would never be the same again.
Sridevi in Main teri dushman
Talk about iconic. Sri baby swung like mad in this crazy Nagina track, unforgettable always -- even if for its sheer absurdity.
Urmila in Mangta Hai Kya
Urmila did so brilliantly in her newfound sexpot avatar in Rangeela that we decided all the songs -- Hai Rama, Yai Re and even the title theme -- deserved a glance.
Aruna Irani, Jeetendra in Chadti Jawaani
Aruna Irani might be a perfectly likeable matronly character now, but back in the day, she was enough to keep the temperature rising pretty constantly. What a song!