Dream Girl Radhe Radhe Song Making: Ayushmann Khurrana And Nushrat Bharucha's BTS Story Is All Sorts Of Cool

After releasing the first song from Dream Girl, titled Radhe Radhe, the makers have now dropped the making of the song on social media and we must say it is rather cool

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Dream Girl Radhe Radhe Song Making: Ayushmann Khurrana And Nushrat Bharucha's BTS Story Is All Sorts Of Cool

After entertaining audience with unusual plots like Andhadhun and Badhaai Ho, Ayushmann Khurrana is back with yet another scintillating tale. This year's National Award Winner has pushed his limited to surprise his fans with his new avatar. Co-starring Nushrat Bharucha, Ayushmann will now entertain you in Dream Girl, helmed by Ekta Kapoor. After teasing fans with some masaledar trailer, the makers dropped the first song Radhe Radhe.

Now, soon after the song, the makers decided to tease fans with the making of the song. And we must say the making is as cool as Ayushmann in the film. In the making video, the Andhadhun actor can be seen revealing details of what went into making the coolest song.


As we saw in the trailer, Ayushmann transformed himself in the role of a dream girl for several of his callers by merely modulating his voice to bag a job. His new character has left the audience rolling on the floor with laughter. The movie is helmed by none other than the Entertainment czarina 'Ekta Kapoor'.

When asked on why she chose to go with Ayushmann Khurrana for the movie, she replied, "When Raj narrated the script to me, I was of course on floors. I knew only one actor who could do these voice modulations, who will work this hard was Ayushmann. I was sure this man bets on scripts. He won't see how big the film is, won't go through the resume of the director. He would read the script and he would perform in himself the ability to perform this role."

 

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