As soon as the teaser of the new song from Thugs Of Hindostan dropped, fans started gushing about Katrina Kaif's stunning avatar.
Bengaluru: Dressed in a skimpy, shimmering gold costume and ornate jewelry, Katrina Kaif looks sultry yet royal in the new song Manzoor E Khuda from the movie Thugs Of Hindostan.
Yash Raj Films, who dropped the teaser, described the song as one that sets the mood for action and adventure, saying, "This Diwali, get ready for an explosion of action and adventure!"
Now that we have already been introduced to Suraiyya as a popular dancer from 1795 India, she returns to set the floor on fire in Manzoor-E-Khuda. Katrina wowed with her moves and even Aamir Khan as well as choreographer Prabhudeva seemed to be in awe of her dancing skills.
When I first saw the choreo for suraiyya, I was like is it jazz ,is it ballet, is it folk ,,, but that’s dancing with prabhudeva ... u cannot define his style it’s so unique ,he gives the song such a unique personality with his choreography. He spent a lot of time with me in rehearsals helping me figure the style , I loved it all (apart from a few moments of tears of frustration ☺️)but in the end it was the hook step which we had so much fun with . #ThugsOfHindostan @_aamirkhan | @ajayatulofficial | @vishaldadlani1 | @shreyaghoshal | #AmitabhBhattacharya | @prabhudheva | @yrf
Katrina recently shared a behind-the-scenes video of herself rehearsing for another song from the movie. She is seen pulling off some intense dance moves from the song in the video. “When I first saw the choreo for Suraiyya, I was like is it jazz ,is it ballet, is it folk ,,, but that’s dancing with Prabhudeva ... u cannot define his style it’s so unique, he gives the song such a unique personality with his choreography. He spent a lot of time with me in rehearsals helping me figure the style , I loved it all (apart from a few moments of tears of frustration)but in the end it was the hook step which we had so much fun with,” she captioned the video.
The first song from the movie titled Vashmalle, featuring Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir, has already been released.
The film is set in 1875 when the East India Company ruled over India and is based on Philip Meadows Taylor’s 1839 novel Confessions of a Thug. It is about a gang which posed a serious challenge to the British Empire in India during the early 19th century.
Extensively shot in Malta and Rajasthan, Thugs of Hindostan is slated for November 8 release.
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Last Updated 1, Nov 2018, 5:33 PM