Sep 13, 2010

Song making of Munni Badnaam Hui – Dabangg

After performing in ‘Honth Rasile’  in bollywood film Welcome – 2007, Malaika Arora performing in an item Munni Bagnam Hui again for a Bollywood film “Dabangg” produced by her hubby Arbaaz Khan. Incidentally this is for the first time that Malaika would be appearing in an item song for a home production. The song has a tantalizing title that goes as ‘Munni Badnaam Hui’,
hence giving a clear indication that it would be set in the heartland of India and would have a raunchy touch to it.
Sajid-Wajid, regulars with Salman Khan after giving music in films like Veer, Wanted, Partner, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi and Tere Naam, have composed for Dabangg while Jalees Sherwani has written the lyrics.
Unlike other Bollywood films with a happy ending, the villain in Salman Khan starrer Dabangg promises to return for vengeance in a sequel. Sonu Sood, who plays the film's main antagonist, Cheedi Singh a youth politician, is confident that there will be a sequel in the near future.
"A sequel will happen... I don't want to reveal a lot but Cheedi Singh may come back in the sequel," said the actor. Dabangg, produced by Arbaaz Khan and directed by Anurag Kashyap's brother Abhinav Kashyap, is set to be release on September 10.
"Cheedi completes Chulbul Pandey (Salman) and they both are incomplete without each other. He is a powerful and unpredictable character. He adds humour to the negativity and is quite similar to the character of Gabbar Singh," the 37-year-old actor said.
The actor is seen dancing with Malaika Arora Khan in the item number 'Munni Badnam' that has been choreographed by Farah Khan.
"'Munni Badnam' didn't require synchronised dance moves so I asked Farah to give me different and unusual steps. Taking inspiration from my 80-year-old Bihari uncle I started doing some hilarious moves, which everyone really liked and they were kept in the choreography. I call it the scooter dance," he said.
The movie has created a buzz also because of the bare-bodied combat scene shot between Salman Khan and Sood. "I used to work out for four hours every day to get the look and Salman used to pull my leg and say that I should not look better than him in the movie," said the actor.
The star cast of the film also includes veteran actors Om Puri, Vinod Khanna and Dimple Kapadia and marks the debut of Shatrughan Sinha's daughter, Sonakshi Sinha.
"I was not nervous while working with the experienced actors and it was totally a memorable experience. I had a great time shooting so I hope the audience will also have an amazing time watching the movie," he said. Sood will be seen in an international project, Ali Mustafa's The City of Life in Dubai and as a cop in Puri Jagannath's film Buddha where Amitabh Bachchan is playing a negative role.
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