Judwaa 2: Salman Khan to groove on new versions of 'Tan Tana Tan' or 'Oonchi Hai Building'
It was earlier reported that Salman Khan and Karisma Kapoor will reprise their roles from David Dhawan's 1997 comedy Judwaa in its sequel, Judwaa 2. Amidst speculation of what exactly Khan will be seen doing on the silver screen, the makers remain tight-lipped about the details of his cameo.
Initially, it was reported that he will play a character named Gunda Godfather who will act as a love guru to the two avatars of Varun Dhawan, who is the lead actor of the film. Later, it was reported that just like Varun, Khan will also be seen in a double role, as the altruistic Prem Malhotra and the bratty Raja.
Now, Mumbai Mirror reports that Khan will be seen shaking a leg on the rehash of one of his two popular songs from the prequel, either 'Oonchi Hai Building' or 'Tan Tana Tan'. His dance moves had made both the songs instant chartbusters back in 1997. It is only befitting that he is seen dancing to the revised tunes of these songs.
The same report quotes Varun as saying, "It's a surprise, let it remain a surprise. People will be happy with it. All I can say is we are working on it. We are all aware it's a big responsibility and we will try and do our best."
Clearly, both the makers and Varun are trying their best to surprise the audience with Khan's cameo when the film releases. Business of Cinema reports that Khan will be seen dancing with not only both of Varun's characters but also the two leading ladies - Ileana D'Cruz and Taapsee Pannu.
The same report states that the song will be shot in a Mumbai studio once Varun and Pannu wrap up their shooting schedule in the UK.
Judwaa 2 is directed by David and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. It is slated to release on 29 September.
Updated Date: Mar 30, 2017 12:49:18 IST
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