Iconic 90s’ Hindi songs that even today make us shake a leg!

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As the year comes to an end with 2020 bidding Bubye us in a few days, remembrances is probably a good or a bad idea, depending on what you are looking to change. As far as songs and music collections are taken into consideration, the latest remake of a legendary hit from the era of the 90s’ Husn Hai Suhana got us thinking about all the iconic dancing songs from the same time we all continue dancing to. 

Here are 10 such tracks that we absolutely love and can still dance out on a Saturday night!

Sona Kitna Sona Hai

Karishma and Govinda have always been the rulers of heart. This one still makes us groove to its peppy tunes and crazy lyrics.

Husn Hai Suhana 

The personification of beauty in the women protagonist is just top-notch when it comes to sona kitna sona hai. Also, who does not want to woo their partner with this lovely song!

Kisi Disco Me Jaye 

We know we touched your soft spot! Pandemic quite literally just suffices in one song. Enjoy the song at home and feel ‘kisi disco me Jae’ literally.

Ole Ole!

The new or the old, this one just never stops to impress the generations pan the gap. Let’s go ole ole! Guys relate well!

Chaiyya Chaiyya

The amazing lyrics and Shah Rukh Khan enjoying the song on the train are all-time goals for many. Hence, the song can never be out of the list.

Mehandi Laga Ke Rakhna

We are unapologetically sorry to add this to the list. But, we could not help but put it on the list as we know secretly we all love it. Secrets revealed!

Chunarri Chunnari 

Rewind your school days, were you also Sushmita and Salman from the song! Don’t shy we know the number had that impact. Play now and shake a leg.

Tan Tana Tan 

This sure has a special space in our hearts. Even after the new version, hands down! The old one sets its scale-up and high. Forever!

Tera Rang Balle Balle 

We know the new Punjabi tracks are taking the notch up there but at this time this was our go-to Punjabi pop! Let’s go, Balle Balle!

Tamma Tamma 

Sanjay Dutt and Varun Dhawan both have the credit for making this song what it is. Old or new, this creation by Bappi Lahiri is a cult even today without doubts. 

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