"Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)" by A.R. Rahman and the Pussycat Dolls ft. Nicole Scherzinger is featured on the Best Buy edition of Just Dance 2, on the main tracklist for Just Dance: Summer Party/Extra Songs, Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of, Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited.
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The coach is a woman with long maroon hair in a side ponytail, silver earrings, a violet-red and purple short sari with blue borders, and purple patent stiletto knee-length boots. She also has maroon lipstick.
In her Just Dance Now remake, she has a very different color palette. She's glowing and her skin color is black then white. Her clothes are different. They are deep red, gold and cyan instead of violet-red, blue and purple, respectively. Same as her hair, it's light blue. At some points the dancer goes black again, same as her hair and some her clothes.
The background is a small town with shops and power lines outside in the night. Behind the dancer is a small truck vehicle with a light that flashes. Also, a shooting star appears in the sky at some points. In Greatest Hits and Best Of, confetti rains down. The backround looks like a street in India.
In Just Dance Now, the background dramatically different. The routine now takes place in front of a large group of buildings, with light patterns flashing. At one point, the background goes mostly dark except for the light patterns. It all looks like a modern place in India.
There are 2 Gold Moves in the routine, both of which are the same:
Both: Quickly throw your arms partially out; done during "So take it!" and the last "Jai ho!" line
Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny) appears in the following Mashups:
- Fatima (World Music)
- I Like It
- Jamaican Dance
- Rock n' Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain)
- She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)
- Super Bass
Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny) appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves.
- Bollywood Babe
- Bollywood Circle
- Bombay Hips
- Bombay Twist
- Calling Ganesh
- Darjeeling Express
- Feel Bollywood
- Indian Wave
- Pray For Parvati
- The dancer and dance routine looks similar to the music video.
- The boots the dancer is wearing are the same as Heart of Glass's.
- This is the 2nd song by The Pussycat Dolls. It succeeds When I Grow Up from the same game.
- This is the first song that is included in 4 games without being a DLC on any of the games.
- The Just Dance Now version includes a little zooming in.
- A. R. Rahman's voice saying "Jai Ho!" is not included in the lyrics in the Just Dance 2 version or the Greatest Hits/Best Of version, but it is included in the Just Dance Now version.
- So far, this is the only Bollywood song to feature a solo dancer; all the other songs considered Bollywood or Indian feature male and female duets.
- In the lyrics, chase (from the line I'll never lose the chase) is misinterpreted as chance. This error was fixed in the Just Dance Now remake.
- If you look closely at the pictogram sprite in Just Dance Now files, you can notice that some of them are still pink and they show the moves in a different way.
- The Just Dance 2/Greatest Hits/Best Of versions feature "nothing" spelled in two ways: "nothing" and "nothin'".
- The song makes an appearance in 4 games without being a DLC - it holds the record along with Spectronizer and Nitro Bot.
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