Bollywood is currently coping with an unprecedented situation. The industry, apparently, is suddenly short of back-up dancers. Producer Shubir Mukherjee, who brought down Hollywood actor Judith Shekoni of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part 2) fame.
In real life he may just be a year younger to Salman Khan. However in reel life he is now playing the superstar's fan. Bobby Deol, who is looking at striking big with Yamla Pagla Deewana 2, is enacting the part of an unabashed Salman fan in the film.
For Lauren Gottlieb, the winner of the US dance reality show So You Think You Can Dance, making her Bollywood debut with dance movie ABCD is a dream come true.
Prabhudheva's next, ABCD - Any Body Can Dance, directed by choreographer-director Remo D'Souza, will release on February 8. And the makers have included one special number in the film, just to surprise the dancing legend.
In My City might be Priyanka Chopra's first international single, but the actress made it a point to retain the Indianness by adding some desi dance moves in the video.
Mika Singh is on a high in his career with hits like ‘Rani mein tu raja’ and ‘go go govinda’. So when a successful singer has to share credits with another, there might be raised voices. In Yash Raj Films’ next release Mere Dad Ki Maruti, Mika and Honey Singh have sung a boisterous number Punjabiyaan di battery.
A section of the Muslim community had urged Bejoy Nambiar to remove the song as they felt it does not befit their definition of propriety. The song accompanied a sequence in the film, which showed a Moharram procession.
Actor Kalki Koechlin will be seen lip-syncing a song for the first time in her upcoming film, Ek Thi Daayan. Interestingly, all the films the actor has starred in have only had tracks that have been played in the background.
Sajid Khan’s Himmatwala, starring Ajay Devgn and south actor Tamanaah, will, in his words, “take you back to a different era”.
If Shaitan’s (2011) music made news for the eclectic mix of indie artistes and bands, director Bejoy Nambiar’s second film goes a step further. David’s soundtrack begins with a song called Ghum gaye.