• 'Dhoom Dhadakka' is an entwining bhangra flash mob

    25th September 2018

    It is Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra starrer 'Namaste England' and the makers are out with yet another song this time keeping the essence of Punjab as the film backdrop belongs. We are given away a dancing number titled 'Dhoom Dhadakka' and the song motivates us to groove on a few Bhangra steps on our own.

    Beginning with a wedding destination where Arjun impresses Parineeti with his dashing dance moves while taking to the lush green farming field where every single person dances creating a traditional flash mob dance. This full of life song is sung by Shahid Mallya and Antara Mitra. While its desi Punjabi touch in its composition is maintained by Mannan Shah and the lines are penned by Javed Akhtar. Click here to watch the music video.

    After an impactful debut in 'Ishaqzaade', Arjun and Parineeti still make a refreshing pair. The film is majorly shot in Ludhiana, Amritsar, Dhaka and all the way to Paris. Moreover, 'Namaste England' is written by Suresh Nair and Ritesh Shah and directed by Vipul Amrutlal Shah; also jointly produced by Pen India Limited, Namastey Production Ltd, Reliance Entertainment and Blockbuster Movie Entertainers.The film is slated to hit the screens on the occasion of Dussehra on October 19.  

    We have the lead actress Parineeti Chopra singing a line of the song 'Dhoom Dhadakka' admitting that this song is the only reason she did Namaste England. Sharing a piece of experience Pari speak about visiting Vipul Shah's office which included full of life images from making of the song which tempted her to film for the song. While an elated Arjun Kapoor spoke that this was the first song that he herd impressed him as it was picturised in a farming field, Khalsa college, wedding set up location which was really fun to do. While rest is the scenes during the shoot of the song as we also see choreographer Ganesh Acharya coming up with a unique step. Click here to watch 'Dhoom Dhadakka' making video  

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