My all time most favorite, the gorgeous Madhuri Dixit is capturing the top position in this list. Best known as the “Dancing Queen of Bollywood” who has created magic with her moves, is not just a very talented actress but also an excellent dancer. Be it western or classical or Kathak, the diva does it gracefully. She pleased her viewers through her sensational dancing skills and with her strong acting. She is a great inspiration for all current Bollywood actresses.
Rani Mukerji is a trained Odissi dancer and has learnt the dance form while in the tenth grade. Through her successful Bollywood career, she has become one of the most high-profile Indian celebrities. She has done many popular dance numbers. In her film ‘Dil Bole Haddippa’, she performed the bhangra to perfection. In ‘Aga bai’ Rani performed belly dance superbly.
The gorgeous actress is not just a talented actress but also known for her magical dancing style. Be it Western or classical, the diva did it with ease. Although she never studied the art like her South Indian contemporaries Jaya Prada and Meenakshi Sheshadiri, but she made her name as icon. Her climax dance number ‘Main Teri Dushman’ also remains one of the best snake dances in Bollywood.
Helen was one of the best dancers of her era. Best known for her cabaret dancing, Helen was one of the first actresses who started the trend “item girls” in Bollywood. She is considered the most popular dancer of the item number in her time.
The Bollywood Beautiful Queen, Aishwarya Rai needs no introduction when it comes to dancing skills. She trained in classical dance during her teens. Besides her epitome of beauty, she is a great dancing talent and has many popular dance numbers to her credit, like ‘Nimbuda’, ‘Kajra Re’ and so on. She dance gracefully in the these song Nimbuda.
Undoubtedly, Priyanka is one of the most talented actress and skillful dancer. She is trained Western classical and Kathak dance. I love watching her dance, “Exotic” and “In my City” my favorite! She’s look like a typical hip-hop queen.
The most talented actress, Meenakshi Seshadri, who was the youngest woman to be crowned Miss India in 1981. She was trained in four different types of Indian classical dance, namely, Bharata Natyam, Kuchipudi, Kathak and Odissi. Her Tandav dance on song ‘Bin Sajan Jhula Jhulu’ from ‘Damini’ became huge hit and is considered to be the best and most intense dance performance in Indian cinema.