Big B to shake a leg in RGV’s ‘Department’

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Posted on April 19th, 2012 in Movies, News, People, Stars

One of the Bollywood’s greatest luminaries ever, Amitabh Bachchan, will be seen shaking a leg in director Ram Gopal Varma’s forthcoming flick Department. The Shahenshah of Bollywood, who is considered to be the most influential and the greatest actor in the history of Indian cinema, has gained fame for his signature dance moves in hit numbers like Kajra Re (Bunty aur Babli) and Chali Chali (Baghban).

Department, which is Ramu’s comeback to the world of the underworld, crime and guns is an ensemble of cast including Amitabh Bachchan, Rana Daggubati, Sanjay Dutt, Lakshmi Manchu, Anjana Sukhani & Madhushalini. The movie is a story of a power struggle within the police department.

Anjana Sukhani was flabbergasted to see Big B’s incredible energy level during the shoot of the dance. Anjana, who was last seen with Mr. Bachchan in a Cadbury Dairy Milk Commercial said, “There is a situational song where Mr. Bachchan is dancing for me and Rana’s (Rana Daggubati) wedding. The wedding dance song is called ‘Kammo’ and is sung by Mika”.

“The song was picturised before Mr. Bachchan’s surgery (in February). It’s a fun song choreographed by Shabina Khan. The amount of energy that Amitabh Bachchan and Sanjay Dutt carry with them is commendable. It is so encouraging,” she added.

Big B will be seen dancing with abandon to Sanju Baba who also does his part playing the dholak in the song. The two of them dance in a full street ishtyle on the streets of Mumbai as a part of the baraat during Anjana & Rana’s wedding ceremony. It looks like the two acclaimed legends of the industry, Big B & Sanju Baba, will be seen in their most raw and deadly avatars ever seen.

Composed by Bappi Lahiri, Kammo is sung by highly acclaimed punjabi singer Mika Singh & Sudesh Bhosle. Directed and produced by Ram Gopal Varma, Department is slated to release on May 12.

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