Zeenews BureauMumbai: When she launched the first trailer of her new film ‘Aiyyaa’, Rani Mukerji came dressed as a traditional Marathi mulgi, and on Thursday, Rani donned a South Indian avatar to launch the film’s first song- an item number featuring her and the film’s hero, south actor Prithviraj.
In the film, Rani plays a Maharashtrian girl Meenakshi, who harbours a crush on a South Indian man played by Prithviraj. Kundalkar said, "It is a carnal desire of a Maharashtrian woman for these men that is expressed in the song. It is conveying a South Indian man`s physicality but very gracefully. It is not about the emotions but more about the body of a man.""I am very fond of South Indians and to show Rani`s character longing for her hero came very naturally to me. Amit Trivedi has strung together Amitabh Bhattacharya`s lyrics through his mesmerising tunes. This film was the best vehicle for South superstar Prithviraj to make his Hindi film debut," added Kundalkar.The song is somewhat a parody of southern films and has Rani gyrating with Prithviraj to some hilarious lyrics. The film is scheduled for an October 12 release.
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