SLB’s upcoming film Padmavati is one of the most talked and awaited film this year. Padmavati film has been in news since its announcement. After facing the wrath, Padmavati film received applause for its trailer and actors.
Today, makers released the first song from the film, Ghoomar song. Ghoomar song video features Deepika Padukone and it has a delightful music and visuals. The song also features Shahid Kapoor.
Padmavati film is based on Rani Padmini, the Rajput Queen of Chittorgarh. Deepika Padukone is playing Rani Padmavati while Shahid Kapoor is playing her husband, Maharawal Ratan Singh and Ranveer Singh is playing Alauddin Khilji.
Deepika is looking drop-dead royal in Ghoomar song. She is wearing a traditional Rajput Chaniya Choli with Royal jewellery.
Ghoomar song shows the royalty and royal Rajput dance. Ghoomar is a popular traditional dance form among Rajput women in Rajasthan. Makers also tweeted some interesting facts about the Ghoomar dance.
As per the tweets, “Ghoomar is a dance form performed by Rajput women on all auspicious occasions.”
Another tweet reads, “Ghoomar is also traditionally performed by the new bride when she is welcomed in her marital home.”
Actually, Ghoomar name derived from the Hindi word ‘Ghoomna’ which means twirling. Deepika Padukone has reportedly delivered over 66 twirls during the shooting of the song, because there’s no room for the average with Sanjay Leela Bhansali on sets.
Ghoomar dance expert Jyoti D Tommaar and choreographer Kruti Mahesh trained Deepika Padukone for the song as Sanjay Leela Bhansali wants the best result.
Deepika also tweeted, “The Ghoomar Song has to be one of the most difficult yet most fulfilling song sequences i have ever shot for! #GhoomarToday @FilmPadmavati”
Earlier makers revealed the first look posters of all three leading stars during the Navratri festival. Deepika, Shahid and Ranveer all were adorable but people loved Ranveer Singh’s look as Alauddin Khilji the most.
Padmavati film is set to release on December 1, 2017.
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