‘Kalank’ song, ‘Tabaah Ho Gaye’: Madhuri Dixit’s shows her classical jalwa


A new song titled ‘Tabaah Ho Gaye’ picturized on evergreen Madhuri Dixit from the much anticipated movie ‘Kalank’ was unveiled today and Madhuri Dixit impresses with her classical moves. It is a song of separation and she was joined by her girl gang. The song expresses the pain of separation.

Shreya Ghoshal is the voice behind the soulful number while the lyrics are penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya. Pritam is the music composer. Choreographer Saroj Khan who choreographed Madhuri in many hit numbers in the past again associated with the actress for this iconic track.

Madhuri recently opened up on teaming up with Master Saroj Khan after so long. She  had told IANS, "Saroj ji is one of the choreographers I have collaborated with who goes beyond the surface of lyrics of a song when she choreographs. In cinema, we tend to create steps keeping the camera angle in mind. But Saroj ji doesn't limit the dance in physical movements." She further added, "She finds a spiritual aspect and works on expressions. She knows how to make a woman look graceful and beautiful through a dance. Perhaps that is why every song we did together, holds a recall value even today. If the youngsters are still dancing to those numbers, I think we did something right.”

When Madhuri’s first look from the song was unveiled yesterday, netizen didn’t wait long to compare Bahaar Begum’s Tabaah Ho Gaye with Devdas' Maar Dala. During her recent interview with DNA, the diva reacted on the same said, “Bahaar Begum is a different personality than say a Chandramukhi. So, we had to choreograph (the song) keeping her mentality in mind. The challenge in this was that Bahaar Begum’s character is such that given a choice maybe she wouldn’t have danced also. Her character is like that.”

‘Kalank’ is a multi-starrer movie starring Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Sonakshi Sinha, Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Dutt and Aditya Roy Kapur in the lead role. ‘Kalank’ is Karan Johar’s dream project.       

'Kalank' is slated to hit theatres on April 17.