SRK, Kajol, Varun and Kriti shoot for 'Dilwale' song

Updated: 13 December, 2015 22:47 IST | Shaheen Parkar |

Shah Rukh Khan shoots song featuring him and his co-stars Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon together to go with the end credits of his next 'Dilwale'

Like Lungi Dance for Chennai Express (2013) and Sharaabi for Happy New Year (2014), Shah Rukh Khan has incorporated a track called Tukur Tukur in the end credits of his upcoming film, Dilwale. The star was keen that all four actors of the film — he along with Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon — come together in at least one song in the Rohit Shetty flick.

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From left: Kriti Sanon, Varun Dhawan, Ganesh Hegde, Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol on the set
From left: Kriti Sanon, Varun Dhawan, Ganesh Hegde, Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol on the set

Ganesh Hegde, who has choreographed the promotional track, is currently in the midst of its editing. The song was shot at Yash Raj Studios and Filmistaan Studios recently over a day-and-half.

"There was not much time to rehearse the steps since the promotions had already begun, but that won’t show in the track," says Hegde, who had also choreographed the Sharaabi track at the last minute.

He adds that SRK wanted it to be a fun track with steps that people can easily imitate.

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Hegde has worked with SRK earlier for the Chammak Challo track in RA.One (2011) as well, but choreographing Kajol was special for him. He says, "Kajol is a queen in front of the camera. Especially when you need a close up shot, her face lights up. Varun is a powerhouse of talent and Kriti too can match steps."

First Published: 11 December, 2015 08:20 IST

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