Amitabh Bachchan found this dance step in Jumma Chumma song ‘vulgar’ | Bollywood

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Amitabh Bachchan and Kimi Katkar worked together 30 years ago on the popular song “Jumma Chumma” from the 1991 film Ham. The song’s choreographer, Chinny Prakash, revealed that Amitabh felt one of the steps was “vulgar” and wanted it removed from the song, but Jaya Bachchan fully believed it. (Also read: Sudesh jokes about Amitabh’s Jumma Chumma song)

Amitabh Bachchan in a still from Ham’s song “Jumma Chumma”.

Amitabh and Kimi starred in the film directed by Mukul Anand alongside Rajinikanth, Govinda, Shilpa Sirodkar, Annu Kapoor, Danny Denzongpa, Anupam Kher and Kader Khan. For Jumma Chumma, Chinni won the Filmfare Best Choreographer of the Year Award. Singer Sudhesh Bhosule also won a Filmfare Award for Best Singer for the song.

Chinni said it was Govinda who let her participate in the song. When he went to Amitabh Bachchan’s dressing table and showed him the steps of the song “Jumma Chumma”, the Bollywood star thought the hook steps were “vulgar” but still decided to try. The choreographer said on the show Weekend with Ramesh, “He (Amitabh) saw the hookstep I did for Jumma Chumma and said, ‘That’s vulgar.'” what are you doing It looks bad. ’ I said I could try something else, but he suggested I try that step and skip it later if it didn’t look good. ”

“When I saw the song after the edit, Jaya Bachchan was there, and she was happy to see that step. Jaya Ji felt that the chorus step was going to be a hit.” “Even if Amitabh wasn’t too into the hook step, the hook step will still be popular with everyone in the times to come.” It was Jaya Ji who said that would be memorable, she even asked Amitabh Bachchan to leave a hook step in this song,” Chinni added.

Having recently appeared on Suraj Bharjatiya’s Uunchai, Amitabh now has several projects lined up for release soon. These include Deepika Padukone and his Prabhas’ Project K. Deepika and Amitabh will co-star in the Hindi remake of The Intern. Amitabh also appears in Tiger Shroff’s Ganapas.

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