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News |  23 May 2018 13:33 |  By RnMTeam

John Abraham starrer 'Satyamev Jayate' to feature recreation of 90's iconic 'Dilbar Dilbar'

MUMBAI: Recent times have seen recreations of many iconic chart-busters from 90's. Some have worked, some have fallen flat. Another addition to the rather long list of remakes, is the sizzling number Dilbar Dilbar from a 1999 runaway hit Sirf Tum. The song pictured on Ex Miss Universe, Sushmita Sen and actor Sanjay Kapoor, rocked the charts in the late 90’s. This song will be pictured on Nora Fatehi and John Abraham, for the movie Satyamev Jayate, set to release on August 15, 2018. Nora will be seen doing belly dancing for this song and is very excited to see the response.

Nora Fatehi had rehearsed for ten days before the shoot says, "Doing a remake of an iconic song is always nerve racking because you never know if you can actually do justice to it. Sushmita Sen was iconic in the song and I hope I match up to her. I’m so lucky to have got this chance and thankful that Nikkhil Advani sir, Bhushan Kumar sir and Milap Zaveri sir trusted me to be able to do a song like this. The take on the song is very unique and different. It’s going to be one of the most visually stunning songs, with amazing hypnotizing dance moves. I am sure this song will become a rage with the audiences."

What makes the song different from the original song, is the Arabic theme and backdrop used in the song. 

Producer Bhushan Kumar adds, “I still remember when the song released back then it was an instant hit. Since a really long time i wanted to recreate this song with modern notes. The song appears in an important sequence of the film and the Arabic theme looks splendid."

Director Milap Zaveri says, "Dilbar was a rage back then when it released and our new version is also going to be a rage. Bhushan sir has given Satyameva Jayate a dash of sizzle and glamour with this blockbuster song and Nora is terrific in it."

The details for the current song will be unveiled soon by the makers and producers of the film, which was originally sung by Alka Yagnik, composed by Nadeem Shravan and penned by Sameer,. The rights for the original and the new are held by T-Series.