Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter's Dhadak is one of the most awaited films of the year. This Hindi remake of Marathi hit film - Sairat is nearing completion. And while the shoot has been very smooth, the toughest part must have been recreating Zingaat. For those of you who don't know, Zingaat is a cult song from Sairat, which took the nation by stom when it was released. Everyone has been eager to know what changes the makers of Dhadak have made for Janhvi and Ishaan's version of the popular song. And looks like choreographer Farah Khan has leaked a major details of the song! In fact, she even revealed how Karan Johar wanted to make Zingaat into an item number. Surprised? Well hear what Farah had to say!
Talking about how she came out of choreography retirement for Zingaat, Farah revealed to Mid-Day, "Karan said that his director Shashank (Khaitan) was scared to call me and that he really wants me to do a song for the movie. The minute he said that the song in question is Zingaat, I told him that I won't do it because it's a cult song." But looks like Karan managed convinced her to do the song. However, as soon as she was onboard, she found out that KJo and Shashank had different ideas for Zingaat. As Farah added to the tabloid, "Karan said he wanted it to be big and commercial, it has to be the 'item song' of the movie. On the other hand, the director wanted it to be natural and earthy." (ALSO READ - FIRST PIC OUT! Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter begin shooting for the Hindi version of Zingaat)
Farah Khan was obviously in a fix, however the brilliant choreographer has conceptualised Dhadak's version of Zingaat as "a mix of commercial and candid." So expect the song to be a highlight in the movie. Anyway, with the film set to release on July 20, stay tuned to BollywoodLife as we get you all the dope and updates about Dhadak right here.
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