Hrithik Roshan and Vaani Kapoor Swing to the Beats of ‘Ghungroo’
War also stars Tiger Shroff in the lead.
The first song from Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff-starrer War, Ghungroo, is out and it is quite pacy. Hrithik and Vaani Kapoor groove to the beats of the song. Ghungroo borrows a couple of lines from Pankaj Udhas’ gazal Ghungroo Toot Gaye, and adds a new twist to it. The lines are, “Main itna zor se naachi aj ke ghungroo toot gaye.”
Set in an exotic locale, Hrithik romances Vaani Kapoor in the party track. Not surprisingly, Hrithik also flaunts his dancing skills.
Ghungroo is composed by Vishal and Shekhar and sung by Arijit Singh and Shilpa Rao. According to a report in mid-day, Ghungroo is the first Bollywood track to be shot on the beaches of Positano in the Amalfi coast of Italy. “Over 150 dancers were flown to Milan to dance with Hrithik,” a source told the publication.
The action thriller is directed by Siddharth Anand. Four action directors from across the globe have been roped in to train Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff for War. “When we have Hrithik taking on Tiger, the promise of the film to audiences becomes huge and we wanted to deliver the action experience for people to feel the adrenaline rush,” the film’s director Siddharth Anand told ANI.
Anand said that the four directors are Paul Jennings, Franz Spilhaus, SeaYoung Oh and Parvez Shaikh. “They are specialists in creating a different type of spectacle, choreographing breath-taking, never seen before action stunts,” he said.
“We will be disclosing the big action moments strategically to the audiences,” he added. Paul Jennings is known for his action sequences in Hollywood movies like The Dark Knight, and the much-loved HBO fantasy show Game of Thrones.
SeaYoung Oh, who is known for designing brilliant hand to hand combat sequences, has worked in films like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Pokemon XY, and Snowpiercer among others.
Franz Spilhaus has worked in films like Safe House, Eye in the Sky, Death Race and so on, while Parvez Shaikh has made his mark in Bollywood with his sequences in films like Tiger Zinda Hai, Junglee, Kesari, and Mary Kom to name a few.
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