Hrithik Roshan-Vaani Kapoor’s Sizzling Chemistry in the Latest ‘Ghungroo’ Song

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The popular actors Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff are sharing the screen space together for the first time with the film ‘War’. The first and foremost song from this film has been released recently. The title of the song is Ghungroo featuring Hrithik Roshan and Vaani Kapoor in lead roles. It’s a peppy and groovy romantic hit number in this film.

Kumaar is the lyric-writer and Vishal and Shekhar have composed the song in this film. The male and female singers of this party song are Arijit Singh and Shilpa Rao. This song is a remake of the classic song ‘Ghungroo toot gaye.’ As per the latest reports, this song has been filmed on the beaches of Positano on the Amalfi Coast of Italy. It’s the first time for the filmmakers to film the song near this beach.

One of the sources says ‘A Vishal-Shekhar composition is a foot-tapping number. As soon as Siddharth heard the composition, he was clear that the song had to exploit Hrithik’s dancing skills to the optimum while presenting a never-before-seen locale on the big screen. After discussing a few location options, Siddharth and choreographers Bosco-Caesar and Tushar Kalia thought the pristine beaches of Positano will be a perfect backdrop for the party track. Over 150 dancers were flown in from Milan to match steps with Hrithik.’

The director Anand said, ‘Everything about the film is about the scale. With Ghungroo, we will present the most good-looking beach day party to the audience. No other film or artiste has ever filmed a song on the Amalfi Coast because of the exclusiveness this destination brings. I’m glad we will be the first film to show the locale in all its glory.’

At the time of speaking about his role in the film, Tiger Shroff said that he is truly happy to share the screen with Hrithik Roshan. He said, ‘It is rare to find the correct permutation and combination and the right script that allows both of us to express our potential in our respective ways.’

Published by Neetu Panwar on 05 Sep 2019

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