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Dancing Uncle Sanjeev Shrivastava Finally Met Govinda & The Dance Floor Was Lit With The Charm O' 90s!

Dancing Uncle Sanjeev Shrivastava Finally Met Govinda & The Dance Floor Was Lit With The Charm O' 90s!

After making Priya Prakash Varrier, the wink girl, a sensation, the Internet is showering love on Madhya Pradesh's Sanjeev Shrivastava for his highly-entertaining dance moves on Govinda's popular song, 'Aap Ke Aa Jaane Se'.

And now, popular by the title 'dancing uncle' Sanjeev Shrivastava is checking off the list of meeting celebs by day. First, he visited Salman Khan on Dus Ka Dum, Suneil Shetty and now, Govinda! Shrivastava shot to fame overnight with one viral video. So, it's only fair that Sanjeev Shrivastava get to meet his idol, Govinda.

On the set of Madhuri Dixit's dance reality shoe Dance Deewane, they didn't just meet, they dance and brought the house down together.

Govinda is known for his bindass dancing skills and Sanjeev Shrivastava, who is also known as Dabbu amongst friends and family, added a bit more soul and spice to it.

Currently, Sanjeev Shrivastava is employed as an assistant professor of electronics at Bhabha Engineering Research Institute in Bhopal.

Sanjeev Shrivastava's dance is fun to watch and all you see there is a pure-hearted fanboy. His viral video was first posted by his brother-in-law and then was retweeted by stars like Arjun Kapoor and Raveena Tandon.

The video that helped Shrivastava shoot to fame is originally a clip from the professor's dance performance at his brother-in-law Kushagra Shrivastava's wedding that took place in Gwalior.

His dance was also watched and appreciated by Govinda himself. While speaking to India Today reporter Loveena Tandon in London, the actor said, "I would like to say thanks. I have seen it [the video]. Achha laga mujhe [I liked it]."

He added, "Kisine bheja mujhe Mumbai mein. Mujhe achha laga. Sunita ko dikhaya maine [Somebody in Mumbai sent me the video. I liked it. I showed it to my wife Sunita]."

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Published on Jun 14, 2018
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