Malika Arora: I Had Deep Cuts Which Were Bleeding During Chaiyya Chaiyya’s Shoot
Dance India Dance 7: Malika Arora revealed that she had suffered deep cuts while shooting for iconic song Chaiyya Chaiyya song
Kareena Kapoor Khan is currently having a good time in London with her family. Due to her unavailability, Malaika Arora has to step into the shoes of Kareena Kapoor as the guest judge of ZEE TV’s Dance Indian Dance 7. Kareena Kapoor has been travelling from Mumbai to London for the shoot of the Dance show, but sometimes she could not arrive in the city.
However, Malaika Arora did not make us feel the absence of Kareena Kapoor on the seventh season of Dance India Dance. She not only appeared on the show as the guest judge but also shook her leg on her iconic song ‘Chaiyya Chaiyya’ from the film Dil Se. Malaika Arora had a blast on the show and revealed some anecdotes about the song Chaiyya Chaiyya.
According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, Malaika stated, “With Shah Rukh Khan, Mani Ratnam sir (director) and Santosh Sivan (cinematographer) who have achieved so much around, I felt really small. But thanks to the love of the team, I did not miss my family.”
When the actress was asked about the difficulties she faced while shooting the song on the top of the running train. Malaika replied, “To avoid this, they looped a rope around my waist and tied it to the train. When I removed it, I had deep cuts which were bleeding. But then, everyone took good care of me, someone pressing my feet and someone else feeding me.”
The actress had shared some of the photos from the sets of Dance India Dance 7, wherein she is seen performing on ‘Chaiyya Chaiyya’. Sharing the pictures, She wrote, “Dance like no one is watching …. #did#danceindiadance #igotthemoves#letschaiyya”
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After returning from New York with beau Arjun Kapoor, Malaika Arora is currently holidaying in the Maldives with her friends and shared many pictures on her Instagram. In one of the pictures, she wrote on her Instagram stories, “Aphrodite,” probably referring to the ancient Greek goddess associated with love and beauty.
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