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"Katti Kalandal" by Bollywood is featured on Just Dance 2, Just Dance 3 (as a DLC), Just Dance Wii, Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of, Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited.

Appearance of the Dancers

The dancers are in Indian-influenced fashion.

P1

P1 is wearing orange and yellow clothes. She wears jewelry like bracelets, earrings and probably a navel piercing. Her hair is orange/red and she wears a pink tiara too.

P2

P2 is wearing a white blouse with cranberry-coloured pants, vest and hat.

Just like Dagomba, their skin tone is aimed to a more blue colour. In their Just Dance Now remake, they are no longer bluish.

Background

The choreography takes place in a palace. Outside of the palace, a sunset is taking place and another palace can be seen. Telephone lines are also visible. In Just Dance Now, the sunset is darker. 

Gold Moves

There are a total of 3 Gold Moves in this routine:

Gold Moves 1 and 2: Move your right hand in a semi-circle.
Gold Move 3: Put your right hand in the air.

Appearances in Mashups

Katti Kalandal is featured in the following Mashup:

Trivia

  • On a game screenshot, the dancers skin tones were apparently darker during the production of the game.
  • To unlock Katti Kalandal on Just Dance Greatest Hits, the code is UP, UP, LEFT, LEFT, DOWN, DOWN, RIGHT, RIGHT.
  • This is the first Bollywood song in the Just Dance series.
    • Although not credited, this is also the first song by Prabhu Deva in the series.
  • The song was originally 6:08, however, its appearances use a shorter version, which is 3:24.
  • This is the first non-English song in the entire series.
  • The song appears in the Just Dance 4 instruction manual that explains how to download DLC's, although it was never meant to return in that game.
  • This is the first and only song to not be in either English, Japanese or Korean in the Japanese series.
  • In the preview gameplay of Just Dance 2, the song was mistakenly named Bollywood.
  • In Just Dance Wii, a bells' sound can be heard before starting the routine.
  • It is easier to get a high score on the Wii or with Just Dance Now because of the overuse of hand movements.

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