Updated: November 10, 2016 5:56:55 pm
It’s been only three days since Naagin actor Mouni Roy’s new song “Nachna Aunda Nahin” was released and the fans of this glamorous diva of the television industry are already going gaga over her sizzling moves in every frame of the song. Not just the fans, the Twitter account of the actor suggests she herself cannot control her excitement about her Bollywood debut.
This became evident after a video she posted on her Twitter account recently. In the video, she is seen shaking a leg to the ‘Tum Bin 2’ track. Also, she challenged Remo D’Souza, choreographer of the song, and her other friends from the industry to groove to the peppy number.
Her tweet reads: “Here you go @remodsouza sir. I commence the battle & throw the first dancy challenge to you & my darling friends @anubhavsinha.”
— Mouni Roy (@Roymouni) November 9, 2016
Remo D’Souza took up Mouni’s challenge and posted a video on Twitter. Well, it seems quite ironic to see the ace choreographer swaying on a song with lyrics “Nachna Aunda Nahin (don’t know how to dance)”. He even made the game exciting by challenging Neha Kakkar, one of the singers of the song. Neha also shakes a leg with Mouni in the video of the song, apart from the star cast of Tum Bin 2 — Neha Sharma, Aditya Seal and Aashim Gulati.
— Remo D’souza (@remodsouza) November 10, 2016
Within two hours of the challenge, actor Sanjeeda Sheikh too took up the challenge and posted the video on her Instagram account. Next, it was Sriti Jha of Kumkum Bhagya fame to steal the show with her oomph and confidence in the video which she posted on the social media.
Mouni Roy’s debut act in Tum Bin 2 is a Punjabi number “Nachna Aunda Nahin” and has been recreated by Hardy Sandhu, Neha Kakkar, and Raftaar. Tum Bin 2 helmed by Anubhav Sinha is slated to release on November 18.
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