Full of Surprises… Riteish Deshmukh

Director of BANJO, Ravi Jadhav in for a pleasant surprise and cannot stop talking about it. Apparently it was during the shooting of the high-energy dance number Raada Raada of his upcoming musical drama, Banjo that the surprise unfold.

The dance track features Riteish and his group of banjo players along with Nargis Fakhri. Before Ravi okayed the last shot, he was surprised by an impromptu act by the cast on stage.

Interestingly, once the song shoot came to an end, Riteish along with his banjo team and Nargis hugged each other on stage, which was not part of the dance performance.

Ravi later learnt that the impromptu group hug was out of sheer enthusiasm and happiness for the song completion. Since the act came out naturally and went well with the song’s ending, Ravi decided to keep it as part of the song.

“There is this thing about Riteish Deshmukh, he gives his all to whatever it is that he is doing. So when we got to shooting the song, it was really important that the last scene of the song that goes really fast and we thought it was best that we do a longish take and get all the cast to perform together. In that enthusiasm it was rather heartwarming to see Ritesh, Nargis and the whole crew hug each other at the end of the song. It fit so well with it that the director insisted on having it in the song,” quipped our source.

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…Thank God Bappa Wins Hearts…
Riteish Deshmukh has certainly managed to hit the right nerves of his audience and in the bid to do so, he has also managed to create a buzz in the industry.

There is so much buzz around Ritesh Deshmukh these days and each and every story about him relevant. He is giving the audience a new facet to his personality each time he is facing the camera. His recent endeavour, Thank God Bappa… has taken the social media by storm. The awareness video in collaboration with Star Pravaha is something everyone is talking about… that and of course, his new look.

We are bowled over and if you haven’t already seen it, you gotta!

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