Are you that friend in your gang whose heart sinks a little closer to your stomach with every passing track in your favourite club? By the time the club has played everything from Closer to Cheap Thrills, and your friends have done that Beginners'-Bharatnatyam-For-White-People step to Lean On, you are on the verge of a breakdown. Which means you are ready to lock yourself up in the pub loo, play Sheila Ki Jawani on your phone and dance to it.
It's never been easy for your tribe. You have to constantly worry no one checks your phone and finds Hero No 1 to Tu Mera Hero and everything dance-able in between on the playlist. You have people shaking their heads in agreement when the hot date spends 15 minutes explaining just how bad people's taste in music has to be to want to dance to Bollywood. The kind of grief you have to put yourself through to say, "Ewww, I know!"
However, I am here to let you know that you're not alone and many of us go through the exact same motions and emotions every weekend we are out partying.