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First Glimpse of Ek Do Teen: Jacqueline ready to emulate Madhuri!

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Of all the things Bollywood is renowned for, nothing can beat the popular songs of yesteryear that have mesmerized the audiences and stayed with our hearts as a beautiful memory. Although there is an influx of new talent which have brought with them a wealth of new ideas we still cannot let go of a few precious melodies that once made the entire country move to its tune, one of which is the chartbuster song ‘Ek Do Teen’ of the film TEZAAB performed by diva & graceful dancer Madhuri Dixit which shot her to superstardom overnight.
 
Now Jacqueline Fernandez is set to add her charm to that iconic song in the film BAAGHI 2, starring Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani in the lead roles. Jacqueline has already been part of huge box office hits over the years and we can certainly assure that this song will undoubtedly raise her star quotient. Remaking of old songs with new elements to it preserves the essence of the song but also introduces them to the millennial and brings back the nostalgic feel.
 
Jacqueline Fernandez was reported to have taken Kathak lessons which surely must have helped her while recreating the magic spell that Madhuri Dixit enchanted with. This morning her picture was posted on a photo sharing portal. Much like Madhuri, Jacqueline is seen wearing a pink bustier with a short pink-and-yellow skirt with thigh-high cuts. Jackky poses looking out into the distance while being surrounded by various men holding lightbulbs.
 
Now Tiger Shroff unveiled the first teaser of the song featuring Jacqueline Fernandez. The teaser for the song gives us a small glimpse of what the song might be and the early impressions have been amazing as Jacqueline Fernandez sizzles in the video.
 
While Madhuri swayed many hearts with her gyrations and beauty, it is to be seen how Jackky takes it forward. Well, with that we just can’t contain our excitement to witness the full video of the song.
 
Directed by choreographer-turned-filmmaker Ahmed Khan, the film releases on March 30.
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