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RANGREZZ: Prasanna Sujit choreographed 'Gangnam' in Bollywood style

March 2, 2013 02:00:46 PM IST
By Glamsham Editorial
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The Gangnam Style dancing floored everyone and now once again set to get amazed as choreographer Prasanna Sujit is all geared up to recreate the same magic in his upcoming film RANGREZZ. After giving some hit dance moves to Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Govinda, Prasanna Sujit, going a step ahead, has choreographed some stupefying steps for the film.

The world rage, 'Gangnam Style', whose rights have been officially bought by the makers, have been blended with Bollywood style for RANGREZZ. And the shooting of the song was simply arduous yet fun-filling & challenging for choreographer Prasanna Sujit.

3 days, 12 locations and non-stop shooting for 72 hours, for World hit number - 'Gangam Style', is what Prasanna Sujit of 'Marjani Marjani' ( Shah Rukh Khan's Song from BILLU ) & 'Aailaa Re Aailaa' ( Akshay Kumar's Song from KHATTA MEETHA ) fame, has taken to complete the fun-filled song.

CHECK OUT: Now Gangnam Style in Jackky Bhagnani's RANGREZZ

The song was shot at various places like Dhobi Ghat, Worli Village, Nariman Point, the famous Lokhandwala traffic area and many more such locations was an experience as well as lot of hard work for the entire team. The rain dance sequence too was exhilarating.

Says Prasanna, ''Shooting at 12 different locations in 3 days is only possible when you have a dancer like Jackky. Even in the ' Nand ka la la re ' song, Jackky was magical doing the knee steps on the tar road with ease.''

''I was happy and thrilled that I got an opportunity for doing such a song which was so popular worldwide at the same time it was a challenge for me as I had to choreograph it in complete Bollywood style as there would be enough comparisons made. Nevertheless, Jackky is a fantastic person to work with - so down-to-earth, approachable and adjustable. I would give him the most difficult steps and he would just do it without any complains.''