Dabangg 2 Item Song: Nothing new about Kareena's raunchy 'Fevicol' look
Friday, November 23, 2012 14:47 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
After becoming Mrs Nawab, Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor's first assignment is an Item Number from Salman Khan's most awaited sequel 'Dabangg 2'. The song is called 'Fevicol Se' and her first look picture has been released by the PR Company.

As far as the 'Picture Look' of the song is concerned, It has a mix of Katrina Kaif's 'Chikni Chameli', Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's 'Kajra Re' and Kareena's own 'Halkat Jawaani. Infact it looks very much on the lines of 'Halkat Jawani'.


This is again a Manish Malhotra creation and to complement her choli and ghagra outfit, her hair will be worn open and she has a gajra on her right-hand wrist. She's also seen wearing a nose pin in a Sonakshi Sinha style. The actress will be performing this raunchy number alongside leading man Salman Khan.

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