All of B'wood's who's who that can shake a leg or two is going to be instructing slum kids for Shiamak Dawar's Naach Meri Jaan Fataa Faat. The ace choreographer's directorial debut will have an entourage of superstars including Hrithik Roshan, Shahid Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit and Sridevi to train the kids for the film.
Ten slum children (between the age of 5 and 18 years), 5 boys and 5 girls, who would be handpicked after a series of auditions, would be handed over to ten superstar mentors for training. And finally, they would be facing the camera for the film.The hunt for these slum children will begin next month and the film team will be traveling across various slums in Mumbai including Dharavi. The film's producer Shailendra Singh told Mumbai Mirror, "We believe dance can really make a difference to the common man's life.
Salim-Suleiman would be doing the vital music score and the film is expected to hit the screens on April 29 next year, which is World Dance Day.