Actress Adah Sharma, who has grooved to a special song in the upcoming Tamil romantic-comedy Idhu Namma Aalu, says it was so much fun to have danced alongside actor and extremely talented dancer Simbu.
"It was so much fun dancing with Simbu. He comes to the sets, looks at a step and starts dancing. All that it takes him to learn a step is just a few minutes. And since he's so good at dancing, it encouraged me to work harder," Adah told IANS.
In the film, Simbu and Adah will dazzle in the introduction song 'Maaman waiting'.
"It's a fantastic number with a very catchy tune," she said, adding that Simbu is very strong at portraying the right expressions for every step in the song.
Adah had signed the song soon after the phenomenal success of her Telugu suspense drama Kshanam, in which she was lauded for her role as a hapless mother in search of her lost daughter.
When asked if she has any qualms of signing a song after impressing everyone with such a fine act, Adah said: "Dance is my forte, and so far I haven't had the opportunity to portray my talent. Moreover, I'd do a song or a role if I find it amazing, because I don't like to discriminate."
Adah has signed two new Hindi projects. She also has a Tamil and Telugu project under her belt.
"I start shooting for one of the Hindi projects from April. I can't divulge more information now as I feel it might jinx things for me," she said.