Music of Let’s Dance Launched by Malaika Arora Khan

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Posted on June 11th, 2009 in Editors, Movies, News

09jun letsdance Music of Lets Dance Launched by Malaika Arora KhanMusic of Advait Entertainment Pvt. Ltd’s maiden film Let’s Dance released on June 10, 2009 at the hands of pretty dancing sensation Malaika Arora Khan on the music label of K Sera Sera. Composed by Vipin Mishra & National Award winner Tarali, it’s music is fresh, melodious and contemporary.

Besides Malaika Arora Khan other celebrities who attended to wish the debutant Gayatri Patel, Ajay Chaudhary, Aquib Afzal (county cricket player in UK) and the director Aarif Sheikh were Himesh Reshamiya, Smilie Suri, Shaad Ali, Manish Gupta, Longines Fernandes and Anjan Shrivastav. Other star cast of the film is Sugandha Garg, Asif Basra along with child artiste Abhaas Yadav, Paras Arora and Nikunj Pandey.

Show was anchored by Siddharth Kannan, who kept everybody in splits with his impromptu one liners.

Producer Dr. Arvind Patel launched the music in sync with the soul of the film Lets Dance. Along with six dancers, the lead actress Gayatri Patel performed live on the medley of four songs from her debut film. This dance was choreographed by Rajiv Goswami of Veer-Zaara and Dhoom fame and encompasses jazz, hip-hop, popular and kathak dance forms. In fact the current dancing diva Malaika Arora Khan called Gayatri Patel dancing diva of next generation. Singer Kirti Sagathia also rendered his soft romantic melody “Tumse Iqraar’ showing his full voice range.

While David Dhawan found her acting to be impressive and according to Saroj Khan Bollywood can not ignore Gayatri, Sharmila Tagore found her dancing to be very graceful. “I love dancing since I was a child of 6 years. Mujhe naachne ka sirf ek bahaana chahiye. I performed in many stage shows in USA and then in India too, I got a chance to showcase my dancing in the three music videos I did with Venus. But this film and my director Aarif Sheikh has really given me the chance to explore my talent. I loved every moment of this film,” comments the pretty actress Gayatri Patel, who loves the dance ballet and style of dancing diva Vyjayantimala. Let’s dance has two male leads Ajay Chaudhary and Aquib Afzal along with an array of child artistes.

Let’s Dance is story of Suhani, who is a passionate young dancer and dreams of being a star her entire life. Fourteen year old Aftab, a gifted dancer, has never dreamed, ever. She can see nothing beyond staring in an R.J. Music Video. He can see nothing beyond making a life on the streets. When she sees Aftab’s gang dancing on a street corner one night, she has no idea that her dreams are about to change. She is moved by the talent these street kids possess and wants the world to give them their due. But Aftab has no faith in her dreams for them.

Gayatri Patel

Debutant Gayatri is a trained dancer and has done many stage shows in USA. She had won Miss India Georgia contest and was the first runner up in Miss India USA contest, has featured in the 3 music videos of Venus with Jugal Hansraj and Inder Kumar besides also doing a few prestigious commercials. She has learnt acting from Veena Mehta, Kathak from Vijayshree Choudhary and Yoga from Effa Shroff. Inspite of being born and brought up in America, she has dubbed for her first film herself.

K Sera Sera Music

Film production house K Sera Sera is the latest media company to get into the music label business. The company had launched its own music label, K Sera Sera Music, which would entail K Sera Sera’s own productions, as well as other acquisitions too. After releasing its home production, Kiss Se Pyaar Karoon and Ek The power One, current projects under this label are Lets Dance and Dekh Bhai Dekh. Music label is a logical extension of the production house’s plans, and will focus on acquiring ‘good music, basically Bollywood’.

Check back for BollySpice’s review of the film’s fabulous naachy tracks!

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