Dance performances

A look back at Chiranjeevi’s best dance performances

It was with Manavoori Pandavulu in 1978 that Chiranjeevi rose to prominence. Following this, he experimented with his style in films like Mosagadu (1980), Rani Kasula Rangamma (1981) and Nyayam Kavali (1981).

Indian actor Chiranjeevi aka Konidela Shiva Shankara Vara Prasad is one year older today. Born on August 22, 1955 in Andhra Pradesh, Chiranjeevi is often regarded as the megastar of the Telugu film industry. His swag and unique style has been enthralling audiences since the 1980s. The actor made his debut in 1978. During a career spanning more than three decades, he gave several blockbusters. Despite his fame and his many fans, the actor continues to lead a humble life. Chiranjeevi’s philanthropic work also continues to inspire many.

It was with Manavoori Pandavulu in 1978 that the actor rose to prominence. Subsequently, he experimented with his style and his image with films like Mosagadu (1980), Rani Kasula Rangamma (1981) and Nyayam Kavali (nineteen eighty one). Chiranjeevi’s break dance and dance numbers created a storm among the audience.

As the famous actor turns 67, here is a list of his best dance numbers:

Merupula La La La

The song was featured in the 1989 film Attaku Yamudu Ammayiki Mogudu, with Chiranjeevi and Vijayashanthi. The song proves Chiranjeevi’s meticulous dancing skills and surprises his fans.

Dayi Dayi Damma

Featured in the 2002 film Indra, the song gained immense popularity. Chiranjeevi’s “Veena step” has become the talk of the town. Megastar Chiranjeevi and Sonali Bendre can be seen dancing their hearts out on the track.

Bangaru Kodi Petta

Bangaru Kodi Petta was featured in the 1992 film Gharana Mogoudu. It was one of the first dance numbers that paved the way for his dancing career. Given its popularity, a remix was used in that of Ram Charan Magadheera.

Nadaka Kalisina

Featured in the movie Hitler, the song is yet another popular dance track from the Megastar. Nadaka Kalisina was sung by S. P. Balasubramanyam and Chitra and saw Rambha make match moves with Chiranjeevi. Chiranjeevi’s graceful dance left everyone spellbound.

Ammudu Let’s do Kummudu

The song was featured in Chiranjeevi’s comeback film Khaidi No 150, with Kajal Aggarwal. Often considered one of his best dance numbers, Chiranjeevi’s loop step became immensely popular after the groovy track was released.

Chiranjeevi continues to prove that age is just a number and his career still has a long way to go.

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