Saroj Khan refuses to comment on Jacqueline's 'Ek do teen' song

Brunilde Fioravanti
Marzo 21, 2018

Commenting on this, N Chandra said, "I can't believe they've done this to Ek do teen". "I met Sarojji at Sridevi's prayer meeting".

After all the talk about Jacqueline Fernandez recreating Madhuri Dixit " s "Ek do teen' from 1998 film Tezaab for 'Baaghi 2', the makers of Tiger Shroff's romantic-actioner, finally dropped the song - Ek Do Teen, featuring Jacqueline Fernandez, However, the song received a lot of flak. "She said she will take legal action against it", said Chandra. He told Bollywood Hungama: "I quickly paid Saroj ji a visit". After marching up to him, the choreographer asked him, "Have you seen what they're doing to our Ek do teen number?"

In a separate interview, Baaghi 2 director Ahmed Khan said that once they chose to redo Ek Do Teen he had rushed to seek Saroj Khan's "blessings" but did not invite her to redo the choreography.

The filmmaker further asserted that there should be strict laws against vandalism. He's upset with the makers of Baaghi 2, for which the song has been resurrected and he has made a decision to take action against the filmmakers, reports The Quint. The original hit featured Bollywood's graceful dancing queen Madhuri Dixit, who was given signature steps by Saroj. And Jacqueline Fernandez doing Madhuri Dixit's number? Madhuri danced with such grace and innocence. It's crass beyond imagination.

During the shoot of the new version, it had emerged that Saroj, Ganesh Acharya and Ahmed Khan came together on the set of "Baaghi 2".

He further added, "It's like turning the Central Park into a botanical garden". Can you imagine, Mr Bachchan would have no rights over his father's writings! "We must be allowed to exercise some control over what we create", he said.

Baaghi 2 director Ahmed Khan had earlier claimed that the redux song is "homage to the original", but notably the original creators think otherwise. Baaghi 2 is slated to release on March 30, 2018.

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