A few days ago, a video was released on the internet where the band was seen grooving to ‘Kala Chasma’, a track by Katrina Kaif and Siddharth Malhotra with ‘Baar Baar Dekho’. The dance team received many accolades for their flawless performance.
Quick Style was seen performing at a wedding venue, and they’re back with another groovy dance. This time it’s favorite 90s Bollywood song “Chura Ke Dil Mera” by Shilpa Shetty and Akshay Kumar along with “Main Khiladi Tu Anari”.
The dance video managed to register 2.6 million views on Instagram. When posting the video on social media, it looked like Quick Style wanted to engage in a fun banter with Ed Sheeran while posting a witty caption for their video.
The dance clip which was uploaded to Instagram begins with the crew back to the camera. With the theme song playing in the background, the Norwegian dance group danced their hearts out.
Quick Style is a Bollywood lover. Earlier, the dance group also danced to Shah Rukh Khan’s hit number “Tumse Milke Dil Ka Hai Jo Haal”.
Who are the members of Quick Style?
- Quick Style is an urban dance group based in Norway.
- The dance group is also known as Quick Crew and was formed in 2006.
- The group was formed by twin brothers, Suleman Malik and Bilal Malik, with Pakistani-Norwegian roots.
- In 2007 they were joined by their older brother, Ibrar Malik as manager.
- Soon they are joined by their childhood friend Nasir Sirikhan.
- The dance group is inspired by hip-hop music from various cultures and loves to be inspired by it.
What were the reactions to Quick Style’s “Chura Ke Dil Mera” dance video?
Shilpa Shetty, who the film was originally shot on, was the first to react to the video. She dropped a comment saying the dance group was killing him, stealing his heart. Singer Sophie Chaudhury commented that the guys are unique and she wants them in her next video. One user said he wanted this kind of performance at his wedding. Another user said he wanted to see the full performance.
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