Lavani, Maharasthrian folk dance form has been one of the most happening dance form among dancing divas. Along with sensuous item numbers, Bollywood actors have been in limelight for their raunchy lavani dance moves.
Endearing its audience, Bollywood is back with another foot-thumping number by Yo Yo Honey Singh from 'Singham Returns'. The song sounds peppy and is dedicated to 'Singham', but Kareena Kapoor keeping the Marathi vibe intact, steals the show.
Looking at the Bollywood’s connection with Maharashtra’s folk dance – Lavani, we bring you B-town’s top 6 unforgettable Lavani numbers.
Featuring on the top of the list, Helen's Mungda Mungda has been overtly loved for approximately four decades now. This song from movie -- 'Inkaar (1978)' gave Helen a chance to try something different apart from dancing as a cabret dancer in most of the films.
Katrina is seen at her seductive best in a choli and dhoti in this song. Touted as the most awaited number, Katrina Kaif left no stone behind to emerge as the Lavani queen in 'Chikni Chameli' from 'Agneepath (2012)'.
Mala Jau De
Inspired by Madhuri Dixit and Smita Patil, Vidya Balan received rave reviews for her Lavani act in 'Mala Jau De' from 'Ferrari ki Sawari'. Bringing in the cultural essence of Maharashtra, Vidya has done justice to the song.
Titillating her audience, Rani Mukherjee is seen oozing oomph and Marathi style in the song from 'Aiyaa'. Although the movie couldn’t win over the Box Office, Rani managed to bag compliments for her performance.
Humko Aajkal Hai
In a skimpy outfit, Bollywood's dancing diva Madhuri Dixit sets the dance floor ablaze with her hot Lavani moves in 'Humko Aajkal Hai Intezaar' from 'Sailaab (1990)'. Madhuri's seductive moves make her look smoking hot in the song.
Aata Majhi Satakli
After Katrina Kaif, Madhuri Dixit trying their hands on Lavani, Kareena Kapoor is the latest addition to the list. The actor is all set to enamour the silver screen with her Lavani number – 'Aata Majhi Satakli' from 'Singham Returns'.