The event was organised by Indian Film festival 2011 director Mitu Bhowmick Lange to promote Bollywood Down Under. The song was played on a weekend at the Melbourne Park in Australia. Over 1200 people danced together on 'Munni Badnaam Hui'. Malaika Arora Khan on Sunday received a certificate for setting the record.
The director of the even told to Mid Day, “It's been amazing to see such a large crowd has come together and danced with same steps on this exciting number." The earlier record was set in Singapore when over 1008 people danced together on a song.
Hubby Arbaaz Khan and his sons accompanied Malaika for the event. Among the other Bollywood biggies present there were Vidya Balan, No one Killed Jessica director Raj Kumar Gupta, director Kabir Khan and Pakistan pop singer Ali Zafar.
The the item number 'Munni Badnaam Hui' featuring Malaika Arora Khan in the superhit film Dabangg has now created a history by entering the Guinness Book of World Record. Over 1200 people danced for three minutes on the song from the Salman Khan starrer film.