As Anushka Sharma marks her 29th birthday on 1st May, it is only right to reflect back on her career and focus on her many achievements in such a short span of time. Sharma, who has also turned to producing in recent years, is known most for her acting talent and how she is one of the only heroines today to have worked with all the three Khans.
Sharma is known for her bold style and choosing films that always have a strong female character. However, this hasn’t stopped her from being a part of some of the most loved dance tracks in her time. BizAsiaLive.com looks at Sharma’s best dance songs which keep our feet tapping even today.
Dance Pe Chance – ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’ (2008)
Making her debut opposite Shah Rukh Khan was quite something. Playing the ever bubbly and boisterous Taani, Sharma made her mark in a film that she was loved in. In the song Dance Pe Chance, she shows how good she is at teaching Khan how to follow her steps. The song was an instant hit at the time.
Ainvayi Ainvayi – ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’ (2010)
As a relatively new star, Sharma seemed to rule in her performance in Yash Raj Films’ ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’. With Ranveer Singh making his debut, her chemistry with him was unparalleled as the two seemed to fit together as if their association was a few films old. In the wedding track Ainvayi Ainvayi, Sharma is playful and effective as the lyrics have a “one-upmanship” feel. She shines in her dancing and the way she tries not to succumb to Singh’s charms.
Thug Le – ‘Ladies vs Ricky Bahl’ (2011)
Although the song was just a promotional track, Sharma’s part in Thug Le was definitely one to watch. She keeps to her character somewhat, showing she’s not one to be messed about. Once again her on-screen bond with Singh is a pluspoint in this track.
Girls Like To Swing – ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ (2015)
Sharma absolutely throws it our of the park in this cabaret track in ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’. This is the one song that brings both her and Priyanka Chopra together on one platform and it’s just magical. Sharma shows that she is as versatile as needed with this track and her look is also perfect to the tee.
Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai – ‘Sultan’ (2016)
Her first on-screen appearance with Salman Khan was in a film which wowed audiences. Her pairing with him was fresh but had an essence of familiarity to it somewhat. Sharma’s attitude-filled dancing in Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai as Khan tries to impress her and tease is a delight to watch on screen. Their chemistry is a treat too.
The Breakup Song – ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ (2016)
Who can forget Sharma’s most recent dance track in Karan Johar directed ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’. It’s the one which won’t let you sit still if you hear it but the picturisation is just fabulous. Sharma is seen dancing with Ranbir Kapoor and they both match their steps perfectly.
BizAsiaLive.com would like to wish Anushka Sharma a very happy 29th birthday.