5 Allu Arjun Dance Performances That Took The Internet By Storm

Allu Arjun, a Telugu film industry star, celebrated his 41st birthday on April 8th, 2023. The actor, known for his killer dance moves, has made a name for himself with his electrifying dance performances in Telugu films. Before emerging as a pan-India star with Sukumar-directed film, Pushpa: The Rise, Allu became a renowned dancer for his exceptional steps in dance numbers. In this article, we take a look at five of Allu Arjun’s dance performances in Telugu films that took the internet by storm.

Butta Bomma from Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo (2020)

Butta Bomma is a viral number from Trivikram Srinivas’ 2020 Telugu-language action drama Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo. In the song, Allu expresses his love for Pooja Hegde’s character, Amulya, through his dance moves on an off-white set with colorful props. Sung by Armaan Malik and composed by S. Thaman, the song became an instant hit. Allu’s moves, particularly his improvised moonwalk, became a rage among the youth, and the music video has garnered over 800 million views on YouTube since its release three years ago.

Seeti Maar from DJ: Duvvada Jagannadham (2017)

In this disco-themed electro track from Harish Shankar’s action-comedy film DJ: Duvvada Jagannadham, Allu again shakes a leg with Pooja on a neon-lit dance floor. Sung by Jaspreet Jasz and Rita, Seeti Maar, a Devi Shri Prasad composition, became one of the most popular Telugu dance numbers of 2017. Choreographed by Shekhar, Allu combines hip-hop with contemporary Indian dance in the over four-minute-long music video. The actor looks cool in his shimmery black outfits, matching steps with the Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan actress.

Cinema Choopistha Mava from Race Gurram (2014)

Allu and Shruti Hassan take over the dance floor in a rural setting in this celebratory number from Surender Reddy’s action-comedy film Race Gurram. Sung by Simha and Varikuppala Yadagiri, Cinema Choopistha Mava is filled with high-energy acrobatic moves that have become synonymous with Allu over the years. The second half of the song transports us to a fishing village, where the duo dance wearing lungis, clad in yellow-and-red traditional outfits.

Top Lesi Poddi from Iddarammayilatho (2013)

This high-energy party number from Puri Jagannadh’s 2013 romantic action film Iddarammayilatho shows Allu adopting a street-dancer avatar. Also featuring Catherine, the song is shot on a set resembling a pub with several dance floors. Sung by Sagar and Geetha Madhuri, the song shows Allu stylishly sporting a gamcha along with western outfits and using it to perfection in his hard-to-copy moves.

Mr. Perfect from Arya 2 (2009)

This peppy track by Baba Sehgal, Rita, and Devi Sri Prasad from Sukumar’s Arya 2 shows Allu pulling off two different personalities – one of a serious corporate employee and the other of a rowdy thug – with ease. While the song doesn’t feature any of Allu’s highly-athletic moves, it captures his natural flair for dance through hip-hop moves. The Mr. Perfect music video also features actress Shraddha

Das in a glamorous avatar, adding to the overall charm of the song. The lyrics of the song describe the protagonist’s desire to be the perfect man for his love interest, and the energetic beats of the song make it a popular choice for dance performances and parties.

The song’s success led to it being remade in multiple languages, including Hindi and Bengali. The music video has also garnered millions of views on YouTube, making it one of Allu Arjun’s most popular songs to date. With its catchy tunes and lively dance moves, Mr. Perfect continues to be a fan favorite and a staple of Allu Arjun’s filmography.

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