Sathish does a Tapanguchi

According to Sathish, the song is melodramatic and stands out in the film.

Published: 11th March 2017 05:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th March 2017 09:12 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

Sathish Ninasam, who is part of his first ever mass flick, Tiger Galli is not only thrilled to be part of five fight sequences, which will be the highlight of the movie, but also to shake a leg for a dance number in ‘Tapanguchi style’.

Sathish Ninasam and Bhavana

City Express got hold of a few photographs of the dance sequences, which sees both Sathish and Bhavana in panche, reminiscent of Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone’s popular Lungi Dance from Chennai Express.

According to Sathish, the song is melodramatic and stands out in the film.

“The lyrics has been written by KV Raju and is a mix of a dialect spoken in North Karnataka and Mandya,” says the actor.

With this dance number he will be associated with dance choreographer Imran Sardhariya for the first time. “Being trained at Ninasam, I was taught a few dance steps, but I am not familiar with this kind of dance. So I had to rehearse for two days before taking the final shot while Bhavana picked up the steps in a jiffy. Dancing to this tapanguchi style gives a good and flexible rhythm for the song,” he says.  Tiger Galli made under KCN Movies and is now in the dubbing stages. The film also features Roshini and V Sridhar’s

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