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Happy Birthday Prabhu Deva: 5 times the choreographer left us amazed with his innovative dance moves
If you think of an Indian Michael Jackson in the last two decades, the unanimous answer would be Prabhu Deva. The multi-talented dancer-actor-director Prabhu Deva turned 48 today (April 3) and the star will be celebrating his special day with family members and close friends. Prabhu Deva is viewed as an idol by many aspiring dancers who try out all his unique moves.
Whether it is Hum Se Hai Muqabla, where he danced like a star or his choreographed steps in all movies, he has always been revered by his fans. Prabhu Deva has been honoured with two National Film Awards for Best Choreography. In 2019, he was conferred with the Padma Shri for his contributions to dance. He began his career as a child artist and background dancer. At the beginning of his acting career, in the 1990s and early 2000s, he was seen doing comedy and romantic roles. Thereafter, he slowly moved to film direction.
On the occasion of Prabhu Deva’s 48th birthday, we bring to you his 5 best Bollywood dance numbers which we can watch again and again! Let’s have a look:
Kay Sera Sera (Pukar)
Two of the best dancers Prabhu Deva and Madhuri Dixit came together in one song. ‘Kay Sera Sera’ from the film Pukaar is exceptionally good and enough to make you hit the dance floor. The catchy music composed by AR Rahman, Shankar Mahadevan and Kavita Krishnamurthy’s melodious voices give a perfect touch to the super-entertaining track. The jugalbandi between Prabhu and Madhuri two is too good.
Urvashi Urvashi (Hum Se Hai Muqabala)
Prabhu Deva’s dance in the song Urvashi Urvashi from the dubbed Hindi film Hum Se Hai Muqabala is one of the epic works of the dancer. His killer dance moves on the top of the bus are the most attractive thing about the song.
Muqabala Muqabala (Hum Se Hai Muqabala)
When it comes to Prabha Deva’s best songs, how can we miss this one? Released almost three decades ago, this song’s craze has still not faded. The massive hit track has been reprised innumerous times. Prabhu is a treat to watch in this super funky and peppy dance number.
This song has a lot of footwork and floor work that Prabhu Deva is popular for. Performing alongside him is Sonakshi Sinha for a special song in Akshay Kumar’s Oh My God.
Main Aisa Kyun Hoon (Lakshya)
The song is noted for the choreography of Prabhu Deva, which earned him his second National Film Award for Best Choreography after Minsaara Kanavu. The song features Hrithik Roshan, who plays a typical Capricorn, not a very active, out-there kind of person, and is shot in a surreal environment.
We wish the dancing legend Prabhu Deva a very happy birthday.