They are a woman and a man. The woman has red hair in a very long braid, and she wears a purple sari, orange glove and anklets. The man wears a purple hat, a red mustache, red shirt, purple belt, orange pants, and a purple glove. Both dancers are barefooted. In their remake, their clothes are in a dark color.
The dancers are standing in a palace, probably Agra. At the horizon, many Indian buildings and flying birds can be seen. In the original version, the buildings are in a shade of blue while in the remake the building are in a shade of pink.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: The girl raises up her right arm at the man while he does a strange movement like he got heavily hurt from the girl's move.
Gold Move 2: They both put her arms like to say: "What did you say?"
Gold Move 3: They both do two crisscross waves in the air with their hands; the girl kneels on the floor while the man stands between her. This is the last move of the routine.
- At the beginning, P1 jumps over a fence and lands behind the P2; however, he doesn't appear right away.
- The full title of the song is "Kurio Ko Uddah Le Jana (Didi Tera Devar Deewaana)".
- If it wasn't shortened, it would be the longest title in the whole series, beating Rock n' Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain).
- The 2nd dancer looks pinker in his Just Dance Now remake.
- Many people assume the song is covered however it appears to be only re-masted audio.
- It is from the movie "Hum Aapke Hain Koun...!" which translates to 'Who Are We To You...'.
- In Just Dance Now, some lyrics disappear faster than normal.
- Although the song title was in complete lowercase (besides the first K) in Just Dance 3 it has been changed such that every first letter of each word is now capitalized in Just Dance Now.
- However, the title was fully capitalized in Just Dance 3 for Xbox 360.
- The background was initially more crooked.
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