Here's how Salman Khan starrer SULTAN's first song 'Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai' will remind you of Sunny Deol
The first song from this year’s most awaited film SULTAN is here and it’s a romantic, peppy number between Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma.
But the romance is very hatke and it definitely is not something you would have seen in Bollywood movies earlier.
Titled ‘Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai’, the song is set in a wedding atmosphere, where Sultan Ali Khan gate crashes a wedding to woo the woman of his dreams, the wrestler Aarfa (Anushka Sharma).
The song starts with Anushka Sharma’s phaadu introduction. She says, ‘Aye DJ! Bass badha bass. Goli khaake maanega ke?’
Anushka then flaunts her wrestler woman side with her dance steps (she even picks up her thighs and hits them).
Salman is introduced with his assalam walekum to Anushka Sharma. He even flirts with her by giving pouts. But wait for the epic Salman Khan dance step.
Yes, Sallu ‘Bhaijaan’ shakes his ‘base’ (booty, of course!). But don’t miss his ‘Yaara O Yaara’ step right after that. And of course, you haven’t seen the song till you see these two’s expressions!
Anushka Sharma also tries to ‘shake her bootiya’ but somehow it’s not up to the mark in front of Salman’s. In fact, it seems forced in one scene because she moves her booty towards the camera, wearing short kameez on the Salwar.
Baadshah’s collaboration with Vishal Dadlani, Ishita and Shalmali Kholgade for this high energy number, ‘Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai’ has the potential to make the song, chartbuster of 2016!
The song also has some fun elements like Anushka gifting Salman a cauliflower.
And you can’t miss the lyrics either! Take for example ‘Yo Chori Dikhti Fire Se. Sab Ladko Ki Desire Se. Yo Chalta Phirta Fashion Show. Baby Bijli Ki Nangi Wire Se.’, (This girl looks smoking hot as fire, is every man’s desire. She’s a walking mobile fashion show. Baby like a nude electric wire.) or ‘Main Paagal Ho Gaya Tere Peeche. Dil Mera Teri Heel Ke Neeche.’ (I’m crazy behind you. My heart is below your heels.)
By the end of the song, you might also get the ‘Jumme Ki Raat’ feeling where Salman did a similar step with Jacqueline’s skirt in his mouth.
All in all, choreographer Farah Khan seems to have done a fairly decent job and most credits here go to the creatively rustic setting.