Hrithik Roshan and Vaani Kapoor’s Song Ghungroo Toot Gaye: Vaani Did Her Own Stunts!
In Hrithik Roshan and Vaani Kapoor’s new song Ghungroo Toot Gaye, Vaani Kapoor, trained under Yasmin Karachiwalla and did her own stunts.
The first song of War starring Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff, and Vaani Kapoor is out. “Ghungroo” features Hrithik and Vaani and it is a refreshing party song composed by Vishal-Shekhar. The duo is seen slowly getting into the groove at a party on the beach. Though fans might miss Hrithik’s unbelievable dance moves here, Vaani surely adds some spark with her acrobatics. The actress has been garnering lots of positive review for pushing her body to the hilt and pull off breathtaking acrobatic choreography without any body-double.
Well, it wasn’t exactly a piece of cake for the actress as she underwent intense training for the song and worked exclusively under ace trainer and choreographer Yasmin Karachiwala to pull off acrobatic moves.
"For the song, we rehearsed for almost 3 months. It’s one of the most difficult songs I have ever choreographed. For the first time ever, an actress is attempting a routine that involves Cyr wheel and Aerial rotating pole and both are very difficult routines to pull off even if you are a brilliant dancer! Once, I shared the idea with Siddharth and Vaani, they were very kicked about it and Vaani wanted to do everything on her own. She didn’t want a body double for this!"
While sustaining cuts and bruises during practice sessions, the actress was quoted as saying.
"I think my body endured a lot during rehearsals and the shoot. It was physically demanding and extremely challenging with swing pole and Cyr wheel section of the dance but all the sweat and bruises were definitely worth it as it gave me the opportunity to pull off something entirely new. I’m super happy and grateful that people are loving my performance in Ghungroo and most importantly giving so much love to the song and the film.”
Now if you, Bollywood choreography is all fun and games,then you might be wrong as few songs do need intensive training to pull off difficult moves.