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Daisy Shah had to put lot of energy for dance number 'Raghu Pinjryat Ala'

Updated on: 10 August,2022 10:24 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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She said: "I have always been passionate about dance and this dance number was a different experience altogether. The energy needed was so high that I just went for the kill. The thrill and excitement on set were contagious"

Daisy Shah had to put lot of energy for dance number 'Raghu Pinjryat Ala'

Daisy Shah. Pic/PR


Bollywood actress Daisy Shah has always been passionate about dance and it was all fun for her to shoot for foot-tapping Marathi number "Raghu Pinjryat Ala" from "Dagadi Chawl 2". She said: "I have always been passionate about dance and this dance number was a different experience altogether. The energy needed was so high that I just went for the kill. The thrill and excitement on set were contagious."


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The actress, who is known for films such as "Jai Ho" and "Hate Story 3", said that she has given her best and she is quite satisfied. "There are so many actresses I look up to when it comes to dance numbers. I am happy I could do justice to such a wonderful song," she added.


The song has been sung by Amritraj and Mugdha, penned by Kshitij Patwardhan and choreographed by Adi Shaikh.

Directed by Chandrakant Kanse and produced by Sangeeta Ahir, the Marathi action thriller, "Dagadi Chawl" featuring Ankush Chaudhari, and Makrand Despande is all set to release on August 18.

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