Priyanka Chopra sizzles in Babli Badmaash from upcoming gangster thriller Shootout At Wadala. Although, the song doesn't do much, Priyanka looks glamorous.
Considering the intensity of vulgarity in item numbers, Babli Badmaash is less explicit and doesn't even have double meaning lyrics. If we talk about the music, it lacks the catchy element in it.
Priyanka Chopra pulls off the song quite well though.
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No skin show for Priyanka Chopra in Babli Badmaash
She just shot her first item number, which releases today. But in contrast to the routine item songs known for skin show and sexual innuendos, Priyanka Chopra’s track, ‘Babli badmaash’ from Shootout At Wadala will be different.
When the actor started shooting for it, she was certain that she didn’t want to go over the top in terms of showing skin. “Also, she went through multiple songs to make sure that it didn’t come across as crass,” says an insider. FULL STORY
Babli Badmaash gets UA by revising committee
Shootout At Wadala has been in the thick of controversy from its very inception. Funnily, controversy refused to evade even the first track, which is all set to open the film's music campaign.
Priyanka Chopra's dance number in the film, Babli Badmaash was initially granted an A certificate on the grounds that it was an item song. The CBFC is believed to have received a complaint from some Delhi-based women's body regarding the commodification of women in item songs. The CBFC's decision had the film's producers in a state of shock considering that this new rule had never been communicated to the film industry in the past. CONTROVERSY
FIRST LOOK! Priyanka Chopra as Babli Badmaash in SAW
Priyanka Chopra surely looks smokin' hot in and as Babli Badmaash, the much talked about item-song in Sanjay Gupta's multi-starrer Shootout At Wadala (SAW) .
The song sung by Sunidhi Chauhan and composed by Anu Malik has an energetic 80's feel to it and if one goes by this pic, PC is sure to take it to the next level.
What's unique is the fact that Priyanka's costume in the song (designed by Manish Malhotra) has LED lights fitted to it (a tribute to Big B's iconic costume in Yaarana). PC shot for the song last week under the supervision of ace choreographer Ahmed Khan. FIRST LOOK