Best Male Dancers in Indian Film Industry

Like female dancers, male dancers are equally necessary to keep the essence of dance performance alive. Indian film industry has numerous stars which are known for their dancing skills. Here is a list of best male dancers who has played a significant role in the flourishing of Indian film industry.


One of the best bollywood dancers Govinda

First name to pop up in any mind when it comes to male dancers is Govinda. He was a talented, energetic dancer even at the age of 46. According to Saroj khan the best indian male dancer in whole industry is Govinda. She made his expression a basis of her statement. Govinda’s dance is not just moves and jumps; he has full control over his expressions while dancing. Govinda became fully engrossed in dancing after watching Disco Dance. Since then, dance is his obsession. Famous choreographers including Ganesh Acharya and Shiamak Davar have also said that he is on No. 1 in the list of best dancers.

Shahid Kapoor

Best chances of Bollywood Shahid Kapoor

Shahid kapoor comes on second in the list of best male dancers of Indian film industry. He is a trained dancer known for his smooth and flexible moves. He performed as a background dancer in Taal. Ahmed Khan, a choreographer, said that Shahid Kapoor is one of the best dancers in Bollywood. Followed by Ranbir, he is the best dancer in today’s Bollywood. He further said that his dancing style is very technical and spontaneous when it comes to steps.

Hrithik Roshan

Best male dancer of Bollywood Hrithik-Roshan-

According to many choreographers and actors like Shahrukh Kahn and Akshay Kumar, Hrithik Roshan is the best dancer in today’s Bollywood. His magic moves make his dance performances different from any other. He is talented actor and a more talented dancer. He has performed the difficult steps in previous decade and no doubt they are memorable. His first appearance in any movie at the age of six was also in a dance sequence. He was featured as a judge in a dance competition reality show, Just Dance.


best dancer of bollywood jeetendra

Known by everyone as the jumping jack of Indian film industry, Jitender is one of the best Indian male dancer to date. He succeeded in making classical dance moves a manly thing. His fans can never forget his performance in Dhal Gaya Din Ho Gayi Shaam, and Naino Mein Sajna. They can never forget the videos of these songs. He is the fasted dancing actor in Bollywood. He acted as a judge in an Indian dance competition named Jhalak Dikhla Ja. He also acted as judge in ‘Dancing Queen’ along with Hema Malini.

Salman Khan


Have you forgotten Salman Khan? Well, who can? He is famous dancer in Indian film industry due to his distinct moves. He did great dance in Dabangg 2. His moves in the movie were superb and if compared to all his previous hit numbers, his dancing skills in the movie were freakily awesome. He won a contract worth INR 5 million in Dance India Dance. Till today, he has been a great performer and dancer.


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  1. Nana
    Posted April 4, 2013 at 1:38 pm | Permalink

    SALMAN??? GOOD JOKE MAN 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

  2. p .tharun
    Posted March 29, 2015 at 6:13 am | Permalink

    please change the name best bollywood dancers

  3. praveer hota
    Posted September 27, 2015 at 5:36 pm | Permalink

    Ha ha ha I surprised seeing salman in the list

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