Baaghi 2 executive Ahmed Khan on Ek Do Teen remake: We were prepared for criticism

Baaghi 2 executive Ahmed Khan feels that all feedback of reconstitute work can't be positive.

Baaghi 2 executive Ahmed Khan says a group was prepared for critique from a word go when they motionless to reconstruct a chartbuster Ek do teen for their film.

The strange strain was picturised on Madhuri Dixit and a new chronicle facilities Jacqueline Fernandez. The reworked chronicle has been a subject of most contention on amicable media.

Given that Ahmed is a choreographer himself, asked if he is creatively confident with a video, he told IANS: “Firstly, we did not choreograph a song. It has been finished by a good dancer-choreographer Ganesh Acharya. we did not meddle with his work. Having pronounced that, from a impulse we zeroed down on a strain ‘Ek Do Teen’, we were prepared for a criticism.”

“I did not attend any operation of a song, we did not uncover my energy of being a executive when a strain was choreographed. we know we would be meditative that as a executive we green-lit a final take. But we contingency not forget that it is an experiment… All feedback of such work can't be positive. We are here to take a regard and bashing.”

“Ek do teen” became a fury when it initial featured in a 1988 film “Teezab”, destined by N Chandra. The strain was afterwards choreographed by Saroj Khan. Emphasising a reason behind recreating a song, Ahmed said: “The goal behind recreating any strain is to revisit a memory of some of a cult classics like this, and gripping a new era bond with it.

“Our youngsters have a clever tie with a lead span of a film, Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani. When they watch a strain in this film, they get to know about an aged strain that a era grew adult watching.”

Citing an instance from his genuine life, Ahmed said: “My son is 11 years aged and when he got to know that we are doing this strain in a film, one of his friends asked him who Madhuri Dixit is. And one of his other friends replied, ‘That dancer, yesteryear heroine who teaches dance on YouTube called ‘Dance With Madhuri”.

“It clearly shows a anxiety indicate of a destiny generation. So, any recreated chronicle of these kind of songs serves dual functions — revisiting a memory of a aged strain and joining to a immature era with an upgraded chronicle of a song.”

Madhuri is nonetheless to give a feedback on a song. Asked if he has oral to Madhuri, Ahmed said: “Giving a feedback is her choice. we have zero to contend on that. We have finished a song, bought a rights and in a authorised way. “I consider we should be speedy to try to reconstruct a strain like ‘Ek Do Teen’ that was expelled 30 years ago.” The film “Baaghi 2” is slated to recover on Mar 30.

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