The dance form (nritya) and acting (abhinaya) of Vilasini Natyam widely gained popularity and the attention of the art lovers. The dialogues of the drama part of the dance were intricately detailed. The dance was performed by the Devdasis. With the demolition of the Devdasi tradition the dance form lost its element of sustenance. The modern rejuvenation of the dance form has taken the form of Vilasini Natyam. It formed an intricate part of ceremony of Agamic worship performed in order to please the deity and gain its grace. The 400 year old Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple in Hyderabad witnesses the performance of the dance form simultaneously with the worship ceremony of the God. Many celebrated artists have performed the worship dance form. Unfortunately, very less documentation of the dance is available. Oral tradition has still kept the virtue of the dance alive.