Ragini, who was tight lipped about her recent Mumbai visit, has
finally said that she will be shaking leg for an item number in
Rambo Rajkumar. Confirming the news to leading daily,
actress said, "I am very happy to work with Prabhu Deva. It was a
'Wow' movement, when he called me, within a second, I accepted the
offer and said yes."
Sources said that the pre-climax item number also features a
whole lot of artists, with Charmee Kaur, Scarlett Wilson and all
the villains of the movie. The song is composed by Pritam.
Talking about the song Ragini said, "It is a super song, with
awesome set. Dance is choreographed by Prabhu Deva, and the
shooting for the song is scheduled in the next week."
Currently, the crew has stopped its shoot due to the sudden
death of the actor Srhari, who was also doing an pivotal role in
the movie. The actor passed away on October 9, Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Ragini's fans, who are happy with the buzz, have
wished her good luck for her Bollywood debut. Continue
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Ragini's Item Number In Kannada
Ragini had also done an item number 'Thuppa beka thuppa'
in the movie Kalla Malla Sulla. She also became famous as
Thuppa girl in Kannada film industry.
Actress Charmee Kaur, who was seen in the movie Lava
Kusha will be shaking leg with Ragini Dwivedi in the item
number of Rambo Rajkumar.
Actress Scarlett Wilson, who will be seen in the Telugu
flick Yevadu will also shake leg with Ragini
Ragini Dwivedi will be seen in the action thriller
Ragini IPS, in which she is playing the role of tough
Rambo Rajkumar features Shahid Kapoort and Sonakshi
Sinha in the lead roles. It is directed by Prabhu
Prabhu Deva, who was seen in movies like One Two
Three and H2O, has become busy in Bollywood after the
success of Wanted, Rowdy Rathore and others.
Srihari, who was acted in Kannada movies like
Ondagona Ba and Oh Premave was playing a pivotal
role in Ramo Rajkumar. The shooting was paused after his
Few South Indian beauties, who kick started their
Bollywood debut with an item number are finding it as a challenge
to sustain in the industry.