Sridevi was one iconic actress and also a very expressive dancer, it would be hard to miss Kate Nahin Kat Te in the list of her top songs. Getting her to wear a chiffon sari and the smooth breeze spicing up the drama was all a part of trying to make her look her most sensuous ever on-screen, says Mr. India producer Boney Kapoor.
Boney Kapoor, who backed the 1987 film and is now looking for a reboot, yes, recalled the making of the song, which was picturized on his brother Anil and late wife Sridevi."We had initially thought of a set model for the song, but then we improvised... I provoked Shekhar (director Shekhar Kapur) that she (Sridevi) should look more sensuous than what anyone has looked before on-screen. She was quite sensuous in a song in Janbaaz (Har Kisi Ko Nahi Milta), so he took it up as a challenge," Mr. Kapoor told IANS.
"After the prodding, he (Shekhar) got this blue chiffon sari, and we used a big fan to create a breezy environment... Her hair was flying and the sari was clinging to the body. There was not an iota of skin show in it. Still, it remains a sensual song," he further added. Mr. India, one famous sci-fi flick which had a common man using an invisibility bracelet to win over evil in the society, has absolutely stood the test of time with its sober and entertaining story. Also, it’s music by Laxmikant-Pyarelal continue to be amongst the most popular tracks.
Kapoor says a part of the iconic Hawaa Hawaai song took place because he had loved a song from Jewel Thief."It had an extension of 8 to 10 beats... I urged Laxmikant-Pyarelalji to extend the dance portion towards the end, and they readily obliged. So, you see the end portion of the song has Sri doing vigorous dance movement. Saroj Khan had choreographed it, and she had played a huge role in creating these iconic songs."
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