While in most move numbers an on-screen character play out her moves with numerous side artists out of sight, the group of Rakesh Roshan’s forthcoming film “Kaabil” has concocted a whole new idea of the purported “thing” melody. The film’s “Haseeno Ka Deewana” tune has quite recently Urvashi Rautela setting the phase ablaze with her sizzling moves.
Choreographer Ahmed Khan said: “We had around 100 odd artists and 200 junior specialists in the melody and chose to utilize them to add vitality and cheering to the tune instead of move behind the craftsman. For the most part, there is one vital craftsman with artists behind him or her yet this time we went into another idea of simply the main craftsman performing with totally no one supporting or moving behind them in a similar edge.”
Khan said that it was awesome working with Rautela for Rakesh and Rajesh Roshan’s “Saara Zamaana Haseeno Ka Deewana,” a change of the first melody from 1981 motion picture “Yaarana” featuring Amitabh Bachchan.
“She is a stunning artist and I had seen some of her before tunes so as to get a thought of her capacities,” he said.
Khan included that Rautela’s tall structure (she is 178cm tall) was an expansion to make her move moves turn out well. “Her tallness and astonishing move moves made a difference! For the most part having such a tallness limits you from being light-footed and quick yet that was not the situation with her!”
Having just Urvashi Rautela hypnotizing the crowd with her smooth move steps is interesting and will stamp the begin of another idea in Bollywood! The blend of Rajesh Roshan’s music, Ahmed Khan’s choreography and Rautela’s charitable moves is as of now making the tune a win.
“Kaabil,” created by Rakesh Roshan and coordinated by Sanjay Gupta, stars Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam and will hit theaters on Jan. 25, 2017.