Dancing has long been one of the most popular forms of expression, using mesmerizing flowing movements to tell different tales and communicate a wide range of emotions.
Now, social media’s rapid expansion has given dance a new platform to showcase its talent and beauty. Watching dance videos has become a popular pastime for a lot of people across the country, as it allows viewers to witness the creativity, skill, and passion of dancers from all over the world.
Every day, we see someone unknown becoming a viral sensation on social media. A similar incident also happened with the iconic 90s song Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai.
The song was created in collaboration by the musical team Laxmikant-Pyarelal and writer Anand Bakshi, and it first appeared in the 1993 Bollywood film Khal Nayak. Via this viral dance performance, the song, which was sung by Alka Yagnik and Ila Arun, has now gained the interest of a whole new generation of fans.
Not only this, but the dancer who is performing is becoming viral on social media and viewers can’t stop themselves from complimenting her dancing skills and beauty.
Girl shares her old video of dancing on Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai
Instagram user Kanika Gopal recently took to the platform to share a mesmerizing dance video of herself performing a graceful routine to the famous Bollywood song Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai.
The video quickly gained widespread attention and praise, with many viewers applauding her flawless dance moves and stunning red saree attire.
In the video’s caption, Kanika revealed that she had recently completed four difficult years but credited her love for dance and the stage with helping her get through it all. She wrote,
These 4 years were unbearable but this place (stage) helped me get through it. It made me what I am today. P.S. – Ignore when I am going offbeat. Heard the original version of this song on stage
The video has since gone viral, and a text overlay on the video aptly reads,
Pov – You are going out with a bang.
The video has received over a million views since being shared on April 3 and the figure is continuously rising
Thousands of people have liked and commented on the video