Helicopter Eela, Ruk Ruk Song: Kajol’s Cutesy Steps Add Freshness- Ajay Devgn And Tabu Will Be Delighted

Kajol, who plays an aspiring singer in Helicopter Eela, has starred in the recreated version of hubby Ajay Devgn and Tabu’s iconic song Ruk Ruk Ruk from Vijaypath 1994 and we must say she has done a wonderful job

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Helicopter Eela, Ruk Ruk Song: Kajol’s Cutesy Steps Add Freshness- Ajay Devgn And Tabu Will Be Delighted

The makers of Helicopter Eela have come up with the remake of 1994’s iconic song Ruk Ruk Ruk from Vijaypath which starred Ajay Devgn and Tabu. The new Ruk Ruk has Kajol dancing on hubby’s song. The 3-minute 20 seconds song shows Kajol, who wants to be a singer in the film, stepping in as a dummy singer and later goes into her imagination grooving to the foot-tapping number.

The revamped peppy number is crooned by Palomi Ghosh and is composed by Raghav Sachar. The song shows Kajol changing costumes in changing frames and dancing her heart out. Check out the video below:

Talking about the recreation, a few days back, Tabu had spoken to  DNA and said, “It’s really nice and sweet. Kajol is so good, she’s absolutely superb in it. This Ruk Ruk is new and fresh. They didn’t try to recreate or revamp the track, it’s completely seamless. I love the ‘so sexy’ in between, too,” she laughs. Tabu adds that she’s happy the song has stayed within the ‘same group’. “It started with Ajay (Devgn) and me and now, it’s back to Kajol. So it’s full circle for Ruk Ruk. It’s good that it remained in the same coterie. The soundtrack was one of Anu Malik’s best works.”

The actress further shared some memories and said, “Whenever I go to promote my films on any show, Ruk Ruk itna use hota hai ki it’s always there in front of my eyes. It’s not become old and I’m glad Ajay and Kajol have redone it in such a nice way.” She recalls another incident from the sets of Vijaypath. “Before we started filming this number, the ligament in my right foot had torn and I shot the entire track in that condition. I was jumping on one foot because I couldn’t land on both feet. It used to be swollen every morning, but we had to wrap up the song because it was shot outdoors.”

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