Anil Kapoor recreates his iconic songs with Norwegian dance crew Quick Style. Watch | Tendency

Anil Kapoor recently sat down with Norwegian dance group Quick Style, who went viral for their energetic and well-timed performance on Kala Chashama. And guess what they did? Well, they collaborated to recreate Anil Kapoor’s iconic songs. So when the recreations were recorded and posted online, they obviously went viral and are too good to miss.

“Always listen to the seasoned,” read the caption accompanying the video. The video shows the group looking at one of the dancers, posing as a woman, as he walks past them. The camera then pans to Anil Kapoor, who orders the group to turn back. He then begins to move in the opposite direction of the dancer, with the others following him. Towards the end, the dancer, portrayed as a woman, moves in the same direction as the boys. The Ek Ladki Ko Dekha background score from the movie 1942: A Love Story adds fun to the video.

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“When Anil Kapoor met Quick Style,” they wrote in the caption accompanying the video with the hashtags #anilkapoor #dance #quickstyle. The group even thanked an Instagram user Shefali for the connection. In the video, the band members can be seen showing off their moves one by one to Yaar Bina Chain Kahan Re from the 1999 film Saaheb, but there is a surprise for viewers at the end. It’s Anil Kapoor recreating his song the same as the boys, and it’s captured hearts online.

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Both videos went viral on social media and received tons of likes and comments.

The fast style left a comment on their video and wrote, “One of the brightest individual screens both ON and OFF.” They also added a heart emoticon. Yasin Tatby, one of the band members, wrote, “Legend!” Arjun Kapoor also reacted to their performance by dropping heart eye emojis.

“Collaboration we didn’t know we needed,” one individual posted. “The best thing on the internet today!!” commented another. “That’s the story,” shared a third with emoticons. “You all have to dance to My Name Is Lakhan,” said a fourth.


    Arfa Javaid is a journalist working with the Delhi team of the Hindustan Times. She covers hot topics, human interest stories and viral content online.
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