'He gives a thousand percent': Shah Rukh Khan collaborates with Ganesh Acharya for Dunki, latter is all praises

    Ganesh Acharya speaks on collaborating with Shah Rukh Khan for the movie Dunki.

    Shah Rukh Khan and Ganesh Acharya

    Shah Rukh Khan and Ganesh Acharya

    Shah Rukh Khan is all set to weave magic onscreen for the third time this year with Dunki. While all eyes are on the release of the movie, the makers have also released the first song from the movie recently titled ‘Lutt Putt Gaya.’ Now, veteran choreographer Ganesh Acharya who has collaborated with the superstar for the song spoke about the same. Interestingly, Ganesh works with SRK in Dunki after a long time since they last worked together in the 1999 movie Baadshah.

    Talking about the same, Ganesh in an interaction with Etimes said that the movements were simple in the song ‘Lutt Putt Gaya.’ He said that the idea behind the song was, “Koi Kaise Lutt Jaata Hain.” He further added that the choreography also impressed director Rajkumar Hirani. Furthermore, praising Pritam’s music, Ganesh said that the song will also tell the story of what Shah Rukh’s Harrdy and his friends will have to do to get their visa to travel abroad.

    The ‘What Jhumka’ choreographer was all praises for the superstar’s dedication and hard work. Ganesh who has choreographed all the songs in Dunki said that the Jawan actor gives a thousand percent to a song if you expect a hundred percent from him. Acharya added that SRK’s energy and dedication were remarkable even though they were sometimes shooting in the scorching heat. He added that he was pleased to have been working with Shah Rukh after such a long time.

    Apart from this, Ganesh also pointed out how ‘Lutt Putt Gaya’ is different from other songs of Shah Rukh. He said that they have tried to give him more leg movements than him spreading his arms. The track features a madly in love SRK swooning over his ladylove played by Taapsee Pannu. It has been crooned by Arijit Singh. Dunki is all set to be released on December 22, 2023.