Bloody Hell song: Vishal Bhardwaj flies down Norway-based choreographer for Rangoon

Pramod Gaikwad January 12, 2017, 09:43am
Kangana Ranaut Rangoon
Filmmaker Vishal Bhadwaj is one director in the industry who goes that extra mile to create a good content movie for the audiences. And the same he has done for his larger than life period drama Rangoon. The ace filmmaker, who is known to put his heart and soul into his every project, flew down Norway-based choreographer Sudesh Adhana to train Kangana Ranaut for the song Bloody Hell. The actress will be seen playing the role of a diva in the movie.

“Sudesh is not just a choreographer but also a lecturer in modern dance. We collaborated on an opera in Paris, A Flowering Tree, which I directed and he choreographed. Then, we joined hands for Haider's “Bismil" which bagged him a National Award. He is an unusual personality. This song is from a film within the film and Kangana worked really hard to get the dance form right”, said Vishal.

Sharing interesting trivia about the song, Vishal mentioned how Gulzar penned seven to eight options before they zeroed in on Bloody Hell. “Normally we take 10-15 days for a song but we have taken over two months to lock each song for this film”, signs off the director, who has harbored his dream for the past 7 years.

Watch the song here:

The song has been sung by Sunidhi Chauhan, lyrics have been penned by Gulzar and the music has been directed by Vishal Bhardwaj.

Directed by Vishal Bhardwaj and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, Vishal Bhardwaj and Viacom 18 motion pictures, Rangoon stars Saif Ali Khan, Kangana Ranaut and Shahid Kapoor. The film is slated to release on February 24, 2017.

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