Effervescent Chinmayi and dashing Sundeep Kishan played the perfect hosts regaling the audiences with their engaging exchange. What kept the night going were the scintillating dance performances by Sunaina, who picked up `Nakka mukka` and other Tamil hits like `Theeye theeye` (Maattrraan), `Madhurai ponnu` (Billa 2), and Telugu tracks like `Welcome kanakam` (Baadhshah) and `Nellorae` (Naayak). Isha swayed to Malayalam hits `Muthuchippi` (Thattathin Marayathu), `Subhanullah` (Ustad Hotel), the Tamil score `Magudi magudi` (Kadal) and Telugu number `Oye oye` (Yevadu).
Shwetha paid ode to Kannada chartbusters like the `Karagida baininali` remix (Simpallaag Ond Love Story), `Neerige Baare` (Jarasandha), `Swalpa bitkondu` (Jaanu) and `Tara tara` (Kempe Gowda). Sharmila too boogied to Kannada numbers like `Basanti` (Prem Adda), `Yedeyolage` (Only Vishnuvardhana), `Gumtane gumtane` (Kari Chirathe), `Nanu paduvaralli panchali` (Yaare Koogaadali).
Amala wowed with Tamil numbers, `Vanganna Vanakkanganna` (Thalaiva) and `Google Google` (Thuppaki), and Telugu hits `Violin solo`, `Top lesipoddi` and `Run run` from Iddarammayilatho. Anjai danced to Tamil songs like `Vaale vaale` (Singham 2) and Ethir Neechal’s tile track and Telugu tracks, `Darlingey` (Mirchi), `Banthi poola janaki` (Baadshah).
Shruti Haasan danced to Tamil hits like `Come on girls` and `Kolaveri` from 3, as also Telugu numbers like `Pathikella` (Balupu) and `Ayyo papam` from her upcoming film Yevadu. Navya did a fusion of evergreen songs like `Jaya jaya` from Vinayaka Sthuthi and Malayalam numbers `Endoru` (Devadoothan) and `Samayam` (Harikrishnans).