This girl dancing on 'Judwaa 2' song is breaking the internet—Watch video

Deepak, 16/11/2017
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Fans often like to dance and show their own creative side to catchy Bollywood tracks. We have seen many mash-ups and dance videos making social media freaks go crazy.

Now, a similar video of a girl dancing to the tunes of Varun Dhawan starrer 'Judwaa 2' has gone viral. A YouTuber named Hanisha Gianani has shared the video on her channel and it has garnered as many as 386,357 views as of now. Her dance moves are awesome and look effortless.

She can be seen dancing to Neha Kakkar's party number 'Aa Toh Sahi' from 'Judwaa 2'. The film is directed by veteran filmmaker David Dhawan and stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu in the lead besides Varun's double role.

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