We're way past the days of screwing in the light bulb and lifting our shoulders up and down. Canadian YouTube comedian Lilly Singh, or Superwoman to her fans, has put together a combination of the Internet's next best thing: four uncut minutes of Indian music and non-Indians dancing to it.
The video features the comedian and two of her Caucasian pals dancing in a hotel room and areas in Thailand jamming out to Daler Mehndi 's "Tunak Tunak Tun." The song, which is a known Punjabi classic — and probably played at every Indian wedding you've been to — was a huge hit in the 90s.
Originally, the two guys in the video above from Sunday Fundayz uploaded themselves dancing to the song in 2011.
And while the video has a lot of questionable dance moves and lip dubbing, the dancers are having such a good time we can't help but move in our seats ourselves. Uploaded on Friday, the video already has over 5,000 likes and Singh herself has over 1 million subscribers on her channel.
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<strong>HOW TO:</strong> Cross your right heel over your left foot and bounce your heel on the floor for two beats, says <a href="http://www.lopasarkar.com/" target="_hplink">Lopa Sarkar, director of Director of Divine Heritage Artistry</a> in Toronto. Next, step your right foot back and cross the left heel over the right foot and continue to bounce the heel for two beats. Repeat.
<strong>HOW TO:</strong> Bounce or shrug your shoulders up and down to the beat.
<strong>HOW TO:</strong> Start with your palms facing the floor and arms straight on either side. Keep your fingers together and raise your arms above your head in a V-shape. Flex your wrists so your palms are facing up. Repeat.
Bhangra: The Whole Look
<strong>MUSIC TO DANCE TO:</strong> <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRrh08xXG1g">Click here.</a>
<strong>HOW TO:</strong> Place one foot flat on the floor and the other foot up on the ball of the foot.
<strong>HOW TO:</strong> Drop your hip down to the beat. Straightening and bending the knee of the bent leg will move your hips up and down. Repeat.
<strong>HOW TO:</strong> Place both hands on your hips. Bring one hand up in a sweeping motion and place it right above the middle your head. "Spread all five fingers to create what I call an open classical hand gesture," says Sarkar. Twist your wrist to the beat if you wish.
Bollywood: The Whole Look
<strong>MUSIC TO DANCE TO:</strong> <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRAPPUEFa4k">Click here.</a>