Best songs of Karisma Kapoor that will make you feel nostalgic

New Delhi: When Karisma Kapoor joined Bollywood in 1991, she made news not just because of her debut film’s success, but also because at the young age of 17, she became the very first Kapoor daughter to pursue her dreams of becoming a superstar.

Since then, Karisma has starred in close to 60 Hindi films, bagging several Filmfare Awards over her 25-year career, and a National Award too. Along the way, the actor has also given India’s ’90s kids some unforgettable songs to dance along to.

The actor turns 44 today, and we bring to you 10 songs from her films that are sure to make you feel nostalgic:

Main to raste se jaa rha tha, Coolie No. 1 (1995)

Admit it; you still remember the lyrics of this song.

What is mobile No., Haseena Maan Jayegi (1999)

Bollywood’s best dancing jodi gave us many songs to rock the floor.

Maiyya Yashoda, Hum Saath Saath Hain (1999)

Maiya Yashoda still remains the favourite dancing number for 90’s kids. You still remember all the steps of this

Mehendi Hai Rachnewali, Zubeidaa (2001)

The actor gave every Indian bride the ultimate mehendi song in the film Zubeidaa.

Oonchi Hai Building, Judwaa (1996)

The all time favourite song by Anu Malik.

Le gayi, Dil To Pagal Hai (1997)

This was one song that proved that Karisma is capable of pulling a lot more than just the typical Bollywood moves.

Sona Kitna Sona Hai, Hero No. 1 (1997)

From kids to adult, everyone identifies Karisma with this song.

Tan Tana Tan, Judwaa (1997)

This is another song that people associate with her. Her expressions and Bollywood- best, as always.

Pardesi Pardesi, Raja Hindustani (1996)

A heartbreaking song with a beautiful melody; it is timeless and is from one of Karisma’s most popular

Duniya Mein Aye Ho, Judwaa (1996)

It’s a Bollywood dance numbner with the thumkas of talented Karisma kapoor.