Hrithik and Tiger's First Look from Jai Jai Shivshankar Song Out!
While Tiger Shroff and Hrithik Roshan’s fans anticipated a dance face-off between these sensations in their upcoming action-drama, War seems like their prayers have been finally answered. The duo is all set to shake their legs together on ‘Jai Jai Shivshankar’, a Holi track that will be a high-intensity dance track. We did hear speculations about them collaborating for this song but a recent confirmation from director Siddharth Anand has just pumped up our excitement.
Siddharth in his recent conversation with DNA has confirmed the duo’s collaboration for a song while revealing their first look from the same. “Firstly, we had to get the track right — one that justifies them dancing on it together. Hrithik and Tiger have had great songs and hit numbers to their credit; since we’re bringing them together for the first time, we have all the more responsibility to deliver a track that becomes a blockbuster instantly,” he said while revealing details of this dance number. War Trailer: Hrithik Roshan-Tiger Shroff’s Face-Off In This High-Octane Action Drama Is Impressive.
The Song Will Come Out Tomorrow
.@iHrithik & @iTIGERSHROFF are coming together to set the dance floor on fire! #TeamHrithik & #TeamTiger gear up to celebrate with #JaiJaiShivshankar SONG TOMORROW 😎🕺🏻@Vaaniofficial @VishalDadlani @ShekharRavjiani @Benny_Dayal #Kumaar @BoscoMartis @csgonsalves #SiddharthAnand pic.twitter.com/knHJZVaQQH
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The video choreographed by Bosco & Ceaser will feature over 500 dancers and the duo conceptualised this video for over a month before taking it to the actors. The War actors rehearsed together for three weeks to present an act that would be a delightful affair for their fans. “This is a Holi song. What got me excited was its lyrics, ‘Jai jai Shivshankar, aaj mood hai bhayankar. When you see this song, you’ll get into a bhayankar mood to dance. You will just freak out and that is the killer part of it,” elaborated the director further.