Tuesday, July 20, 2010 16:23 IST
Katrina Kaif to BellyDance in Farah Khan's Tees Maar Khan / From Dard-E-Disco to Sheela Ki Jawani
Farah Khan brings sexy back this time round with Katrina Kaif in her forthcoming Tees Maar Khan.
Director/Choreographer Farah Khan renowned for capturing actors at their glamorous best is all set to make Katrina
Kaif give Shakira a run for her money.
The song titled "Sheela Ki Jawani" will see Katrina Kaif belly dancing much on the lines of Shakira videos for which
Farah Khan has flown down one of the world's most renowned trainers from Brazil.
Talking about Katrina's hottest song yet says Farah "You will see Katrina in an all new avatar. She has never looked
this hot. Audiences are in for a treat"
Sources also reveal that Katrina Kaif who is currently shooting in Spain is working hard on her physique and
adhering to a special diet for the song.
Reveals a production source "Farah is known for creating iconic film songs. She revealed Shah Rukh Khan's six
packs in Dard-E-Disco and this time round she is going to exhibit to audiences Katrina Kaif's hottest side yet as she
gyrates to the song Sheela Ki Jawani"
Voted the "Sexiest Actress " by London Eastern Eye and featured second on the "Top Online Newsmaker of 2009"
list by Yahoo ! Katrina Kaif is soon to scorch screens this December in Farah Khan's Tees Maar Khan also starring
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