The ‘90s never fail to make us nostalgic. Be it the ads, the TV shows or the cartoons, everything was awesome. But more than anything else, etched in our memories are those foot-tapping Bollywood numbers that can still make us groove like anything. So go ahead, take a walk down the memory lane and indulge in some feel-good nostalgia with these epic Bollywood tracks that’ll take you back to those golden years:

1. Ole Ole Ole

Movie: Yeh Dillagi

I mean come on, who can forget Saif Ali Khan’s chocolate boy moves in this one? That pelvic thrust while kneeling on one leg and dancing to ‘Ole Ole Ole’ was just so ‘90s!

2. Yai Re, Yai Re

Movie: Rangeela

The one song that had just too much swag for the ‘90s. There’s no way anybody else except Urmila Matondkar could’ve done justice to this iconic track by A.R. Rahman.

3. Urvashi, Urvashi

Movie: Kadhalan

Yet another chartbuster by A.R. Rahman that can get any ‘90s kid grooving. And who doesn’t remember Prabhu Deva setting the streets on fire with his dance moves.

4. Tan Tana Tan Tan Tan Tara

Movie: Judwa

Disclaimer: Don’t try to ask your girl out by saying anything even remotely close to this. Unless of course, you are Salman Khan.

5. Chaiyaan Chaiyaan

Movie: Dil Se

Epic Choreography. Epic Music. Performed by the epic star himself.

6. Ek Pal Ka Jeena

Movie: Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai

Let’s face it. All of us have tried to perfect Hrithik Roshan’s breakdance moves in this one. ALL OF US.

7. Ek Garam Chai Ki Pyaali Ho

Movie: Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega

The foot-tapping number that probably had the easiest dance step ever! Guess what? Anu Malik has collaborated with Abish Mathews and Aditi Mittal to create a CRAZY rap version of this awesome track for Tata Tea Fusion. Check it out!

8. Le Gayi Le Gayi

Movie: Dil To Pagal Hai

Karishma Kapoor’s moves on Shaimak’s choreography. Surely, this one was way ahead of its times.

9. Sohna Sohna

Movie: Major Saab

No Indian baraat can ever complete without this one. Period.

10. Chunari Chunari

Movie: Biwi No. 1

Having an extramarital affair while shamelessly dancing around in a park. So Bollywood!

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