Prabhu Deva is one of the best choregraphers of India. The dancing superstar of Indian cinema Prabhu Deva will celebrate his 48th birthday on April 3.
He is not just a spell-binding dancer, her is an actor, a filmmaker and a choreographer as well. He has even been awarded with the national award for his excellent choreography in the film Minsara Kanavu.
Born on April 2, 1973, he is known as the Indian Michael Jackson, while many feel his name in itself is a new name in dance. He has gone from the backdrop of a dancing sequence to behind the cameras to direct. His career began being a background dancer and he is now a renowned film actor, director and choreographer. His dance revolutionised Indian cinema, with numbers like Kay Sera Sera and Urvasi.
On the occasion of Prabhu Deva’s birthday, here are some best dance choreographies by the dancer you cannot miss:
Vennilave Vennilave – Minsara Kanavu
Prabhu Deva won the National Award for choreography for this film. He also plays the lead role in this film that also stars Arvind Swami and Kajol. Directed by Rajiv Menon, this song is poetry in motion.
Que Sera Sera – Pukar
The choreography was unique and unmatched at the time when the film came out. This was also the beginning of craze for contemporary dance pieces. Madhuri Dixit and Prabhudeva has set the floor on fire with their amazing dance moves.
Originally titled as Kadhalan in Tamil, the movie was dubbed in Hindi. Composed by A. R. Rahman and written by Vairamuthu, Urvashi was a chartbuster in contemporary Tamil music and became very popular, with the funny lyrics. The song was played at every club, disco, restaurant, marriage hall and street corner across the country and went down in Indian movie history as one of the most popular songs of all time.
Kannale Miya Miya
This one has Prabhu Deva and Laila doing a duet and it is very retro in treatment. The song became quite popular for Laila’s outstanding expressions.
Go Go Govinda – Oh My God
The song in which he features along with Sonakshi Sinha has some great moves. The track is based on a festive theme and includes some great floor work and footsteps.