Published On: Tue, Mar 12th, 2013

Priyanka Chopra’s Rs 2.8 crore ‘Badmaash Babli’ look is out

Priyanka Chopra's look for  Badmassh Babli Image Courtesy: Shootout At Wadala viaTwitter

Priyanka Chopra’s look for Badmassh Babli
Image Courtesy: Shootout At Wadala viaTwitter

The first look of Priyanka Chopra’s much-talked item song titled, “Badmaash Babli” for “Shootout At Wadala” is out. The news was shared by the official handle of the film on Twitter.

The tweet reads, “”She’s ELECTRIC as #BadmaashBabli! Check out @priyankachopra’s EXCLUSIVE look in #ShootoutatWadala!”

Unlike other actresses strutting their ways in a sexy lahenga-choli, Priyanka’s costume pays an ode to Amitabh Bachchan’s look in “Yaarana.” The actress is seen donning an outfit made of rubber and leather and fitted with LED lights. Designed by popular Bollywood designer, Manish Malhotra, the look is definitely “electrifying.”

PC’s first-ever item song has raised several eyebrows. It was reported that the actress charged a whopping Rs. 2.8 crore for the song, a remuneration that she usually charges for an entire film.

A leading daily quoted a source, “She is in the midst of shooting for two films, Zanjeer and Gunday, but she still managed to take time for the song, since she was getting almost the same money she gets for a film.”

However the makers of the song feel that the song is worth it. “It is all worth it, as this is going to be her first item song ever. It’s also going to be the song that launches the film’s promotion. The amount of time and money that has gone in making this song is because we wanted to make it big,” the daily quoted Tanuj Garg, chief executive officer, Balaji Telefilms.

The song has been sung by Sunidhi Chauhan, composed by Anu Malik and choreographed by Ahmed Khan.

While the makers released a teaser today, the complete song will be unveiled on March 15.


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