Rani Mukherjee has done it again when all thought that the movie 'The Dirty Picture' had done it all. Now its Rani's turn to make the Bollywood screens litter with the hottness of South dances. The latest movie Aiyaa has been the venue for Rani to unleash herself back to the glory. Her playful screen image just adds to the good part.
Sachin Kundalkar, the director of the movie says that this is his attempt to describe the wish of Maharashtrian girl to have a guy from south and celebrate life like in South Indian movies, he says "I am very fond of South Indians and to show Rani's character longing for her hero came very naturally to me. Amit Trivedi has strung together Amitabh Bhattacharya's lyrics through his mesmerising tunes. This film was the best vehicle for South superstar Prithviraj to make his Hindi film debut."
The item song of the movie 'Dreamum Wakeupum' is already trending and this shows the entire cast wearing the dresses like in old South Indian movies dancing and showing off body like anything. "It was a celebration of South Indian culture and the best way to let people know about our hero, Prithviraj," says the debutant director.
He also clarifies the idea of his movie "It is a carnal desire of a Maharashtrian woman for these men that is expressed in the song. It is conveying a South Indian man's physicality but very gracefully. It is not about the emotions but more about the body of a man." says Sachin.
The song shows South Super star Prithviraj in six pack abs and dancing to the tunes of Rani. The song also have another special, as the spotboy for Rani Mukherjee turns a singer in the song. Rani says "We were jamming at the studio trying to figure out a catchphrase we could use in the song ‘Dreamum’. That’s when Amit and Amitabh remembered that Amose is from Tamil Nadu.” Soon, Amose was made to join the discussion and list some Tamil words that could be used in the setting of a love song. Adds the actor, “Finally he came up with ‘unne, rande, mune, nale’, which means one two three four.”
The original portion was retained by Amit Trivedi, the music director for the movie and hence the debut singing for Amose. The movie is jointly produced by Anurag Kashyap and UTV Motion pictures and will hit the screens on 12 October 2012.