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Special holi song for Dhoom Dadakka shot at Madh Island

A special holi song was shot for Shashi Rajan's movie 'Dhoom Dadakka' at Madh Island.

Published: Thursday,Nov 01, 2007 12:36 PM GMT-06:00
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A special holi song was shot for Shashi Rajan's movie 'Dhoom Dadakka' at . The interesting part of the song is that Bollywood stalwarts like Anupam Kher, Satish Shah and the bad man Gulshan Grover are not only starring but also debut as singers in this song sequence.

The debut song of this fantastic trio "Tarara suskari maare" was recorded at Ashok Honda studios recently. The song was shot at the exotic locales of Saina Resort with 150 dancers dancing to the tunes of the song. Eminent singers like Udit Narayan, Roop Kumar Rathod, Kalpna and Tarannum have also lent their voice for the same song.

"It was great recording the song and shooting the holi sequence was even more fun. Holi as it is a wonderful festival and all the artists put in a lot of hard work not only for the song but also for the shoot of the entire movie," says Shashi Ranjan, the director and Producer of Dhoom Dadakka.

Scheduled for release early next year "Dhoom Dadakka" will be Shashi's second movie after his critically acclaimed mature love story "Dobara" starring Jackie Shroff, Raveena Tandon & Mahima Chowdhury. An Indo-Pak Co-production, the film is co-produced by Syma Khar from . 'Dhoom Dadakka' is almost 90 % complete after an extensive shooting schedule in with just a couple of songs remaining to be filmed.

Besides the three great stars the film has mint-fresh young leads in Shaad Randhawa, Aarti Chabria, Sammir Dattani and Shama Sikandar. Hilarious support is provided by Jackie Shroff, Deep Shikha, Razzak Khan, Bhawana Balsavar, Bobby Darling and Zac, a young actor picked up from an extensive talent-hunt in .

Gulshan Grover Jackie Shroff Bobby Darling Sammir Dattani Udit Narayan Satish Shah Shashi Ranjan Anupam Kher Raveena Tandon Roop Kumar Rathod Ashok Honda Deep Shikha

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