Monday, December 17, 2012 16:09 IST
Even though Balaji Motion Pictures and Vishal Bhardwaj Pictures' Ek Thi Daayan is being directed by newcomer Kannan Iyer with Abhishek Chaubey (of Ishqiya) being the co-producer, Vishal Bhardwaj, who has written the keenly awaited supernatural thriller, has decided to step in and supervise the sensuous romantic number to be shot between Emraan Hashmi and Huma Qureshi.
Says a source close to the unit, "Vishal is not the interfering kind normally but he believes that this is one of the best romantic compositions of his and he wants it to be shot impeccably.
The track has been rendered by Clinton Cerejo and written by Gulzar saab."
Adds the source, "Emraan and Huma are expected to lip-lock in the track."
Confirms Kannan Iyer, "Vishal understands the nuances of his composition better than anyone else so it will be great to have him choreograph this song."
Ek Thi Daayan is Emraan Hashmi's next release after his consecutive hits Raaz 3 and Jannat 2. Ek Thi Daayan, a spooky thriller, also stars Huma Qureshi, Konkona Sensharma and Kalki Koechlin. It releases worldwide on April 18.
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