Being known as the Indian Michael Jackson for the longest time, one may assume that his only inspiration is the King of Pop. But this is not true. Our very own moonwalker found his first inspiration at home, his father. Not known to many of us, Prabhu Deva's father Mugur Sundar is an ace choreographer who is known popularly as Master Sundaram in the South Indian film industry. The choreographer-turned-actor-turned-director has a number of Bollywood and South Indian films to his credit. So on his birthday, let's see the various hats donned by this superstar. An actor and a dancer.
Michael Jackson met success at a young age and skyrocketed to fame in the s. While he has long been recognized as a talented musician, the 80s also gave his dancing abilities a chance to shine. Best known for the Moonwalk, Jackson also trademarked a few other steps that have been immortalized in the dance world. Use the following instructions to learn some of his most popular moves. This dance move combines a Moonwalk slide with heel and toe pivots. Like the moonwalk, the circle slide should be performed in socks or soft-soled shoes on a smooth surface. Another name for this move is the pelvic thrust , because that is basically what you are doing.
The iconic pop star would not only go to enthrall music lovers across the world but also inspire a generation of entertainers before sending millions into mourning with his untimely death in Javed Jaffery: He is not only an ace comedian but also a skillful dancer. He was a big fan of Michael Jackson during his initial years. He even got to meet the dancing legend way back in New York at the Bollywood Awards. Remo D'souza: Choreographer and film director Remo D'souza was just 14 when he first saw Michael Jackson doing the moonwalk. Hrithik Roshan: Along with being one of best dancers in the Hindi film industry, Hrithik has also been a fan of Michael Jackson since his childhood days. His dance moves in the film Bang Bang are quite similar to MJ's signature poses. The Zindigi na milegyi dobara star met the pop legend while shooting for Anurag Basu's Kites.
It marks the third collaboration between Shroff and director Khan after Heropanti and Baaghi. Manasva "Michael" Roy is a dancer inspired by Michael Jackson. One day Michael is fired from his job and disappointedly leaves the studio. On his way home, he finds a newborn baby crying on the roadside. Michael adopts the child and names him Manav "Munna" Roy. Munna, just like Michael, grows up to be an extraordinary dancer and a diehard fan of Michael Jackson.