Bollywood’s youngest superstar Urvashi Rautela recently gained colossal success on the song “Doob Gaye” along with Guru Randhawa, the song “Doob Gaye” created a record by crossing 100 million views in less than 11 days and still counting on YouTube. Urvashi Rautela recently shot a video for her YouTube Channel on the success of her song “Doob Gaye” doing the Kathak dance form and also uploaded a reel video on her Instagram.
Urvashi Rautela is performing a special aspect of the Kathak dance form which focuses more on the foot movements and it’s known as “Jaipur Gharana”. The actress posted a reel video of her dancing skilfully to the song “Doob Gaye” on her Instagram with complete graceful hand movements and her expressions are exquisite. Not only have her fans showered the comment sections with a lot of compliments but also the singer of the song Guru Randhawa himself looks quite awestruck by her polished dancing, he commented saying “Great Urvashi
”. Actress Jacqueline Fernandes also couldn’t stop complimenting on how well Urvashi Rautela has danced, she was stunned and commented saying “Wow!!
️”. Dancing is a peculiar trait of Urvashi Rautela as she is a trained Kathak dancer, she certainly has a grip and control on her body which can be seen in her video. Urvashi Rautela is also trained in more than 25 plus dance forms some of them are Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballet, Pole Dance, Bharatanatyam, Salsa, Contemporary, Kuchipudi, Flamenco, and many more. The actress looks gorgeous in her blue ghagra-choli accessorized with a pearl neckpiece and a matching maang tika and the mogra flowers put together in her hair bun completes the look.
On the work front, Urvashi Rautela will be making her Tamil debut with a big-budget sci-fi Tamil film in which she will be playing the role of a microbiologist and an IITian, and later she is going to appear in a bilingual thriller “Black Rose” along with the Hindi remake of “Thirutu Payale 2”. Urvashi is starring in the web series “Inspector Avinash” alongside Randeep Hooda, which is a biopic based on the true story of super cop Avinash Mishra.