Dhak Dhak Karne Laga song video from ‘Nautanki Saala’, starring Ayushman Khurana, Pooja and Kunal Roy Kapoor. The movie is directed by Rohan Sippy, with music composed by Anand Milind.
The new version of the old Anuradha Paudwal and Udit Narayan classic from Beta (Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit), is sung in the enticing voice of Saba Azad with backing vocals by Geet Sagar, Bruno Carvalo, Santosh Sawant and Jovian Soans.
Watch the all new Dhak Dhak Karne Laga below and tell us what you think!
Song: Dhak Dhak Karne Laga
Music Director: Anand Milind
Singer(s): Saba Azad
Backing Vocals: Geet Sagar, Bruno Carvalo, Santosh Sawant, Jovian Soans
Picturised on: Pooja Salvi, Evelyn Sharma, Ayushman Khurana, Kunal Roy Kapoor
Movie: Nautanki Saala (2013)
Director: Rohan Sippy
Cast: Ayushman Khurana, Pooja Salvi, Kunal Roy Kapoor, Evelyn Sharma, Abhishek Bachchan (spl appearance)
Producer: Ramesh Sippy, Bhushan Kumar, Kishan Kumar
Banner: Ramesh Sippy Enterprises, Super Cassettes Industries Ltd
Release Date: April 12th 2013
For more details: Nautanki Saala Movie Page
i loved the song
Ramesh Sippy (father) made ATBB “Sholay” and Rohan Sippy (son) made “Nautanki saala”.
I may be the only one but I found the first 10 secs of the song so off putting that I started visualising Madhuri ji dancing sensually and running all over in my mind. The song lacked the same oooommmpphhh of the original and the sensuality of the dancers was so unimpressive that it just made a whole mockery of the song. Cant bollywood not come up with original material and stop ruining classic songs please.
@Navin, couldn’t agree more. Madhuri Dixit’s song below for you. Her expressions made the song very sensual, but not for moment did it look vulgar :)
Old one is far better than this new .. With out maduri is nautanki sala
originaly is srideviji telugu film after they copy the song to beta film and now nautanki saala……………..but telugu film song is better than tis two because in tis song chirenjivi and srideviji is very simple and beauthyful the way they dance without vulgals.
@Indicine Thank you guys so much. :-)
Watching Madhuri grooving to dhak dhak karne laga rekindles alot of beautiful memories of my early adolescent years. Nothing vulgar about the song so mums didnt mind their young sons watching this video over and over again back in the days. Lol good times indeed but nowadays most songs feature half clad girls and just shaking about like jelly not even dancing in tune so definitely todays generation dont know what they are missing out on. Shame for them but we can rejoice in knowing how good we had it in the 90s with divas like Madhuri ji and Sri Devi to name two.