Not 'Gangnam', idu 'Gangamman Style'

Sundari bharthale, entry kodthole, DJ kaal hakole... That’s the song Gangamman Style from the film Rangan Style that’s going viral and not just because of its beats but also because of Bharati Singh’s dance moves.

Published: 02nd October 2013 08:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd October 2013 08:26 AM   |  A+A-

Sundari bharthale, entry kodthole, DJ kaal hakole... That’s the song Gangamman Style from the film Rangan Style that’s going viral and not just because of its beats but also because of Bharati Singh’s dance moves. The talented artiste who has surprised TV audiences with her comic acts and dancing abilities on the reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa has once again caught attention with her special appearance in the song.

Gangamman Style by Bharati has even found a fan in Rakhi Sawant who happened to watch the song in Mumbai. Director of the film S Prashanth says, “This song is part of an engagement scene which was shot with Bharati along with the hero, Pradeep, and heroine, Kannika Tiwari. When we went to Mumbai to meet Bharati to show her the final edit, Rakhi, who was shooting nearby came over and watched the song along with Bharati. She was blown away by Bharati’s moves in Rangan Style and said, ‘Bharati has given an amazing performance, better than Katrina Kaif and Kareena Kapoor’s or even mine. Like the item song Lungi Dance, in Chennai Express, which became popular, Gangamman Style will be a Kannada Express.’ She also danced to the song with Bharati.”  The song has been scored by music director Gurukiran and choreographed by Ganesh who has worked on Telugu films Arya 2 and Gabbar Singh. After Gangnam, it is now all about Gangamman Style.

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