New Delhi: Jacqueline Fernandez is all set to recreate Madhuri Dixit-Nene's foot-tapping 'Ek Do Teen' song from the 1988 released 'Tezaab' as she teased her fans with a glimpse of the much-awaited track on the social media.
The 'Kick' star shared the 25-second long teaser of her version of the song and wrote alongside, "A forever-favourite!! The countdown begins #EkDoTeen 1 2 3@iTIGERSHROFF @DishPatani @khan_ahmedasas @NGEMovies @FoxStarHindi @tseries #Baaghi2 #GaneshMasterji."
— Jacqueline Fernandez (@Asli_Jacqueline) March 16, 2018
The 32-year-old is seen shaking her legs in a similar outfit with a modernized touch which Madhuri Dixit wore in the original track. No wonder, Jacqueline looked as glamorous as the Dhak-Dhak girl in the video.
While we can't wait to watch the track featuring Jacqueline, we decided to check how social media is reacting to Jacqueline reviving the famous number. Take a look!
@prashantonwebb posted, "Yeah well said this song is forever-favourite for any generation we get into it... Nd egarly waiting to see the latest version of it...hope so it will be the best..."
"Hey Jacky beautiful song. This is comes ones again. Big fan of yours Thank u," read one of the comments. "You @Asli_Jacqueline look like madhuri ji in ur song... Superb ...Big fan of ur smile," read another.
hey Jacky beautiful song
This is comes ones again
Big fan of yours
— Gaurav (@Gaurav88166080) March 16, 2018
— Prithvi Singh (@Prithvi14837119) March 16, 2018
@eshaan_bhat tweeted, "The level of cutness you bring to it will be legendary." "Only u could have matched the energy of this song," said @gaurav_San.
The level of cutness you bring to it will be legendary
— Eshaan Bhat (@eshaan_bhat) March 16, 2018
Only u could have matched the energy of this song
— Gaurav (@gaurav_San) March 16, 2018
Yeah well said this song is forever-favourite for any generation we get into it... Nd egarly waiting to see the latest version of it... hope so it will be the best...
— Prashant (@prashantonwebb) March 16, 2018
It is to be noted that Jacqueline, who has recreated the evergreen track, recently admitted that nobody can come close to Madhuri Dixit's performance in the original song.