From Chikni Chameli to Suraiyya, Katrina Kaif has aced her dancing game!

Katrina Kaif has aced as a dancer and how! Her adaas in the teaser of the song Suraiyya are just killing it. Take a look.

Katrina Kaif From Chikni Chameli to Suraiyya, Katrina Kaif has aced her dancing game! Source : Press

Coming from a British background and trying her luck in Bollywood to become this successful superstar, Katrina Kaif has really come a long way. Not only her acting but her dancing skills are way too good which can give any actress a run for their life.

From Chikni Chameli to Sheila Ki Jawaani and now to Suraiyya, Katrina is just improvising as a dancer with each passing day.

While in Chikni Chameli she flaunted her body in yellow Kashta Saree, she shot the song for eight long days in spite of a leg injury.

A mere number of 10 dancers, few mirrors and Katrina Kaif dancing on one rotating bed, this is the scene where Katrina Kaif's Sheila Ki Jawaani song is shot with Akshay Kumar. Well as a good song does not need to have lavish sets always, this song was only remembered for her sizzling moves.

And now there is Suraiyya from Thugs of Hindostan. A teaser video has been released by the makers of the film where Suraiyya is introduced. "Dil thaamiyega huzoor, kabhi kabhi humari adaa dekh ke log apni jaan kho baith te hain" and while she finishes saying this, you are already mesmerized with her beauty and adaa.

The way she dances and moves her body will just make your eyes glued to the screen. She captivates the Firangi Mallah. So basically the song depicts the relationship shared by Firangi and Suraiyya.

Composers Ajay-Atul has composed the song with Amitabh Bhattacharya's lyrics. Choreographed by Prabhudheva, the song boasts of lavish sets and stupendous performance by Katrina.

There's one step in the song where Katrina has to free fall while Aamir has to hold her. It was so difficult for her to trust Aamir that whenever she did the step with a dancer, she did it well, but when it came to rehearsing with Aamir, she was not getting it right.

But later, the step was successful and the result has turned out to be fabulous.