Ek Do Teen: Jacqueline Fernandez stairs into Madhuri Dixit’s boots and Twitterati are not happy with the result
Baaghi 2 strain Ek Do Teen teaser: Jacqueline Fernandez stairs into Madhuri Dixit’s shoes
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The much-awaited Baaghi 2 song, a revamped chronicle of “Ek Do Teen” starring Jacqueline Fernandez is out. Sung by Shreya Ghoshal, a strain is all we expected. It is high on energy, oozing hotness and Jacqueline’s sexy moves will play we over. Its video also facilities Prateik Babbar jolt a leg with Jacky. The strain is a reverence to Bollywood’s strange Mohini aka Madhuri Dixit who has for years ruled a hearts with her iconic dance ever given she done her entrance in 1988 film Tezaab and a lane “Ek Do Teen”, creatively sung by Alka Yagnik.
While we suffer this song, it would not be wrong to contend that we still skip Madhuri’s aura on-screen. The black of a 1990s, who aced expressions and moves of iconic choreographer Saroj Khan is going to stay etched in a memories forever, though this strain is totally for a millennials and a generations to come. Calling a remixed chronicle a subsequent celebration anthem won’t be wrong.
Watch Ek Do Teen strain video from Baaghi 2:
Talking about a song, Jacqueline pronounced that it is not an try to compare adult to Madhuri Dixit who featured in this iconic lane from Tezaab.
“This is honestly, some-more than anything, a reverence to an extraordinary and iconic series that they gave to us, that is “Ek Do Teen Char”. And, for me as an actress, this is such an honour. we know we would never be means to compare adult to Madhuri Dixit, that’s not something that I’m even going to attempt. You can't replicate someone like Madhuri Dixit, as there is usually one Madhuri Dixit. we know that this is only my reverence to her,” she said.
Baaghi 2, that is a second installment in the Baaghi franchise, stars Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani. This Sajid Nadiadwala film follows a battle-hardened army officer in hunt of his ex-lover’s mysteriously kidnapped child. The film will strike a theatres on Mar 30.