10 Classic Dance Numbers From The 90s


Call in sick at your job because you’re about to be hit by multiple bouts of nostalgia.

Here’s presenting to you some of the most classic dance numbers from the 90s.

Oonchi hain building (Judwaa)

The Judwaa duet by Anu Malik and Sushma Sreshta duet is a hilarious number to dance to.

Kaho na pyaar hain (Kaho Naa…Pyaar Hain)

The iconic song of the 90s that made you fall in love with Hrithik Roshan and his moves.

Chhaiyya chhaiya (Dil Se..)

Mani Ratnam’s 1998 film showcased some breathtaking music. This foot tapping number featuring Shah Rukh Khan and Malaika Arora Khan dancing atop a moving train became an instant hit and a classic.

Dholi taro dhol baaje (Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam)

It’s pretty much guaranteed that a Sanjay Leela Bhansali film will have music worth listening to. Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam brought us songs that we couldn’t help humming and then there was Dholi Taro that we couldn’t help dancing to.

Tunak tunak tun

Daler Mehndi’s 1998 song may have some silly lyrics but it is hard to resist dancing to this Punjabi song.

Ole ole (Yeh Dillagi)

You don’t need much else to break into a dance.

Le Gayi (Dil To Pagal Hain)

The perfect song for when you crush on someone (miles out of your league).

Joote do paise lo (Hum Aapke Hain Koun)

The classic dance song for the classic Indian wedding

Dhak dhak karne laga (Beta)

Madhuri Dixit is still called the ‘Dhak dhak’ girl. Need we say more?

Yeh kaali kaali aankhe (Baazigar)

Call up your squad ‘cause you’re about to break into some serious moves.

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Sristi Gayen