After winning millions of hearts with his swift moves on iconic actor Govinda’s popular track ‘Aap Ke Aa Jane Se’, Dancing Uncle has made us go gaga over him once again by shaking a leg on another famous track. This time Sanjeev Shrivastava paid tribute to handsome hunk Hrithik Roshan by dancing on the actor's debut movie’s title track ‘Kaho Na Pyar Hai’.
Dancing Uncle has shot a video of himself dancing on the title track of 2000 release Kaho Na Pyaar Hai and is seen imitating Hrithik Roshan’s hook steps. Sharing the video on Twitter, Shrivastava wrote, “Dance ke mahadev @ihrithik ko samarpit. #sanjeevshrivastva #dancinguncle.”
After flaunting his moves on Govinda’s song, Dancing Uncle, also addressed as Dabbu Uncle, had the chance to meet his idol Govinda on the reality show Dance Deewane. It was a dream come true moment for him as on the show, he not only shook a leg with Govinda but other judges, Madhuri Dixit, Shashank Khaitan and Tushar Kalia as well.
After his stint, he rose to fame instantly with not just Govinda but other big names from Bollywood noticing him and praising him for his swift moves. Even Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor shared his video and wrote, “I can see pure happiness on Mr #sanjeevshrivastva s face while he dances... this pure joy is what we actors & performers crave when we let loose in front of the camera, the ability to make others wanna dance just by looking at u is an acquired skill... keep the moves flowing sir.”
I can see pure happiness on Mr #sanjeevshrivastva s face while he dances... this pure joy is what we actors & performers crave when we let loose in front of the camera, the ability to make others wanna dance just by looking at u is an acquired skill... keep the moves flowing sir. pic.twitter.com/0L3rBGOC2J— Arjun Kapoor (@arjunk26) June 1, 2018
Talking to Indian Express about his sudden stardom, Dancing Uncle revealed, “I feel as if God or angel came into my bedroom one night and moved their magic wand over me. And when I woke up the next day, the world became completely new."