October 25, 2013 2:59:13 pm
Inspired by the response of Shahid Kapoors dance number Gandi baat in R… Rajkumar,which trended all over India on Twitter within minutes of the song launch on YouTube,Sonakshi Sinha has now requested director Prabhu Dheva to include a special item number for her. Both Kapoor and Sinha wrapped up the shoot of the film last week. The last few days saw portions of the climax being shot at Film City in the presence of the entire cast. Sinha is part of two songs in the film,which includes Gandi baat and a catchy dance number called Saree ke fall sa,where the actress will be seen doing some vigorous dance moves with Kapoor in the white desert of Bhuj.
The actress is keen to do a solo dance number under Prabhu Dhevas guidance. Its true that Sonakshi wants to do a full fledged dance number and she is excited about it. But a lot will depend upon the time that we have on our hands. We have just finished shooting and the post-production work is on in full swing. There is plenty of work left including dubbing,editing and promotional activities. The final call will be taken by the producers, stated Prabhu Dheva.
When asked about whether the song is really on the cards,producer Viki Rajani added,Though Sonakshi has requested us,things will work out only if the composer (Pritam) can come up with something in the given time. Also,we have to look at the post – production schedule before finalising anything. The actors will be touring six – seven cities as part of promotions and we still have a lot of work left. So even if it happens,the song will only be used as a promotional track, added producer Viki Rajani. If all goes well and the dance number falls in to place,both Prabhu Dheva and Vishnudeva will team up to choreograph the song.
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