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Basyukta Basuprava

If there’s one thing that all the Bollywood lovers will agree to is that Hrithik Roshan is not only one of the most good looking stars in the country that will even give the Hollywood stars a run for their money, but also a dancer that none can replicate.

With a career spanning over twenty years now, Hrithik bought a fresh wave of dance culture in Bollywood while inspiring a generation of dancers. As the versatile star turns 47 today, here are the most iconic dance numbers by the actor that prove that there’s no competition for him when it comes to the dance floor.

Ek Pal Ka Jeena

Hrithik’s debuts are rightly so-called the greatest debut in the history of Bollywood. Kaho Na Pyaar hai was a blockbuster and today's generation can't even imagine the craze of its songs when it was released. Ek Pal Ka Jeena went on to become a cult classic all thanks to the addictive music and the actor's iconic dance moves that still make us fall in love with him.

Main Aisa Kyun Hoon

Some label Lakshya, directed by Farhan Akhtar, as Hrithik’s one of the best films. From a confused college guy to a serious Lieutenant in the Kargil war, the film established him as one of the best actors. Main Aisa Kyun Hoon showcased the confusion of his earlier stages of life and in the most unusual way tried in Bollywood ever. Prabhu Deva won a National Award for this choreography and Hrithik did full justice to it. The dance sequence is by far one of the coolest and unique numbers in Hindi cinema.


Hands down, Fire is the best dance performance by Hrithik Roshan in Bollywood ever. From the film Kites, the dance number was the birth of his signature wave dance moves. Even though the film tanked, the song went on to become a dance anthem that hardly anyone could replicate.

Dhoom Again

A cult classic, Dhoom Again made people awestruck with moves by Hrithik and Aishwarya Rai. The number mesmerized the fans with some saying that the song is the only instance where the lead actor dances better than the background dancers. Not to forget, Roshan’s ripped and eye-grabbing physique.

Krazzy Four

A rather underrated dance gem of the actor, the song has some of his best move featuring only him without any background dancers. This number is proof that the star is enough to capture the attention of the audience with his moves.

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