Monday, February 25, 2013 12:51 IST
Priyanka Chopra listened to 11 different music tracks before deciding on her first item number
Priyanka Chopra is all set to start shooting the first item song of her career. The track that will be a part of Sanjay Gupta's upcoming sequel will
go on the floors from today.
Sources say that PC was so choosy about the song that she heard out as many as 11 tracks before taking a decision. Not only that, she even
listened to eight different variations of the same song before giving it a go-ahead.
A source says, `Six months ago, Priyanka was approached by Sanjay for the number. However, she wanted to be sure about the song as it would
be her first ever item song. Once the track finalised, eight different variations were made. Finally, one has been selected and recorded.`
Priyanka is said to be quite happy about the number that will be choreographed by Ahmed Khan.
The makers of the film state, `It's our first association with Priyanka and we had to ensure that it was the best. We reviewed a number of songs
over several weeks before finalising Babli badmaash!`
By arrangement with Mid-Day.com
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