Happy Birthday Prabhu Deva: These 7 iconic songs prove that Prabhu is indeed the ‘Deva’ of dance

It’s Prabhudheva’s birthday and we’re celebrating his birthday with his hit dance numbers! Put on your dancing shoes and enjoy!

Although we celebrate International Dance Day later this month, we think India’s Dance Day should be celebrated today. Why? Because it is Prabhu Deva’s birthday today, who is nothing less than India’s king of dance. The star turns 48 today. While we love every role he’s played in the industry – from an actor to a director, world remembers Prabhu Devafor his mind-blowing dancing skills. It is no secret that he’s been dubbed as the Michael Jackson of India. Starting at the young age of 15, Prabhu Deva has choreographed songs for over 100 movies in India. On his birthday, we decided to take a look at some of his amazing videos and dance to his tunes to mark his special day. Take a look at these seven songs we’ve handpicked:

Tell us one song that is better than this track. Prabhu Deva blew our minds when he pulled off a Mr India dancing to the tunes of this number. Those killer moves are still difficult to recreate.

Bollywood might recreate the song, but the choreography in this video is pure gold. From dancing on top of buses to taking to the roads, Urvasi Urvasi is an iconic track from Prabhudheva’s career.

Another gem from the star’s career, Prabhu Deva has Vadivelu by his side for Pettai Rap. Together, they delivered a jaw-dropping performance.

Prabhudheva brought out his magical dance performance with the help of Kajol in Chanda Re from the movie Sapnay. His dance moves in the movie earned the actor-dancer a National Award for choreography in 1998.

Prabhudheva went full retro for this one and set the stage on fire.

What happens when two amazing dancers collaborate? You get a blockbuster like Que Sera Sera. The song, which features our birthday boy and Madhuri Dixit, leaves us stunned every time we watch it.

Have anyone’s Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations been ever complete without this Oh My God number? The track is packed with a typical Prabhu Deva dance routine and it felt like we were back in the 1990s watching this song.

Source – bollywoodlife

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