Munni in Guiness Book of Records

Unbelievable! Munni! Bollywood revelers learn dance steps from Malaika Arora Khan in Melbourne.


Pic 1. Malaika Arora Khan with son Arhaan and husband Arbaaz Khan celebrating after breaking the Guiness Book of Records for the biggest dance class ever Pic 2. Crowd dancing to ‘Munni badnaan hui’ Pic 3: Malaika with fans; Pic 4: Malaika; Pic 5: Vidya Balan with Cricketer Brett Lee; Pic 6: Malaika, Ali Zafar and Vidya Balan; Pic 7: Melbourne goes Bollywood with IFF 2011; Pic 8: Malaika and Vidya Balan; Pic 9: Mayor of Melbourne with Vidya Balan; Pic 10: Mayour of Melbourne with Malaika and Vidya; Pic11, 12, 13, 14 and 15: Melbourne sizzles with Munni fever; Pic 16: Mitu Bhowmick-Lange (in green sari) with guests at IFF 2011.

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Bathed in glorious sunshine beside  the banks of Melbourne’s Yarra River, the Indian Film Festival – Bollywood and Beyond 2011,  supported by Moomba and Shiamak Davar International, sensationally broke the world record for “World’s Largest Bollywood Dance Class”, previously held by Singapore.

Cheered on by thousands of revellers from all over the world, and from all walks of life, the huge crowd danced Australia into the record books to the chart busting  hit ‘Munni Badnaam Hui’, led by Munni ( Malaika Arora Khan ) herself. “The most sensational record I’ve ever seen,” exclaimed the official from The Guinness Book of Records as dancers, film stars, volunteers and festival staff alike all exploded in celebration.

While Munni Malaika and her son Arhaan along with Bollywood dancers danced on stage her as hubbyArbaaz   happily to stepped down and join over 1200 keen Bollywood reveller   Meburnians who danced in unison to the ”˜Munni’ number. Said Arbaaz to the crowd after the biggest Bollywood dance class ever, “Today you have earnt yourself a name ”“ you’ve made ”˜naam’ though Munni may be ”˜badnaam’..” as crowd clapped having participated in a dance to set a new Guiness record. Melbourne crowd broke Singapore’s   record of 1082   people and had to dance for full three minutes nonstop. Malaika shouted after the record breaking dance,”How fabulous!” while Arbaaz said to the crowd that it was truly a ‘Dabbang’ performance by the people of Melbourne.


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