13 awful dance steps which will make you feel you aren't the worst dancer after all

From Bollywood to Bhojpuri movies here are some of the most nauseating dance moves that you totally should (not) try at home.

Indians love celebrating and every celebration calls for a dance, which is another fascination that Indians have. However, even with all the practises that we have had, thanks to the several festivals and the occasional baraats, not every Indian has the talent for it. If you happen to be one of them, fret not, my sweet child… Indian cinema has all the provisions for you with some dance moves so terrible, others might just ignore your awful skills. (No guarantees tho..)

Since Indian movies are loaded with dance sequences, there is a lot of pressure on choreographers to innovate because literally everything you can think of has already been done before. So, every so often, you would see a dance move that will make you look twice before you question if the choreographer was really worth their salt.

From Bollywood to Bhojpuri movies, here are some of the most awful, nauseating, and let’s face it, SOCIALLY UNACCEPTABLE dance moves that you totally should not try at home.

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1. Warding off evil like…

Song: “Jai Maa Kali” – Karan Arjun (1995)

2. The Mr Steal Yo Girl move

Song: “Din Mein Leti Hai” – Amanaat (1994)

3. You gotta smell ‘er before ya marry ‘er

4. Classes for shortcuts to a sexual harassment lawsuit, anyone?

Song: “Rat Song” – Yaar Gaddar (1994)

5. This great couple’s ab workout for that six-pack (also works on singles)

6. Show ’em dat booty

Song: “Rat Song” – Yaar Gaddar (1994)

7. Dem pelvic thrusts

Song: “Sarkaye Lo Khatiya” – Raja Babu (1994)

8. When you take ‘gaal bajana‘ a bit too literally

Song: “Khate Hain Kasam” – Prem Aggan (1998)

9. The tree hugger move

Song: “Gulaabi Aankhen Jo Teri Dekhi” – The Train (1970)

10. Getting high with bros didn’t work out too well here…

Song: “Main Khiladi Tu Anari” – Main Khiladi Tu Anari (1994)

11. Stepping out of a bar with your squad all like…

Song: “Golimaar” – Donga (1994)

12. Hear me roar

13. Tips on how to make that perfect roti

Song: “Bole Chudiyan” – Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001)

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