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5 Actresses refused to Dance on a moving train, know how Malaika got this chance

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Apart from her fitness, Bollywood actress Malaika Arora is also known for her dance numbers. The actress gave many hit item numbers to the film industry. The actress got the most popularity from the song ‘Chaiyya Chaiyya‘, in which she danced amazingly on a moving train.

But do you know that Malaika was not the first choice of the makers for this song? Makers had approached some other actress for this item number but later this song was picturized on Malaika. So let’s know which actresses were approached by the makers before Malaika. Also Read:

Malaika was not the first choice of the makers

Manisha Koirala was also seen with him in the 1998 Shahrukh Khan starrer film Dil Se. To make this film special, the makers wanted to film an item number and their first choice was 5 actresses from B-Town but all the actresses rejected the offer. This disclosure was made by Farah Khan in Malaika Arora’s show Moving in with Malaika.

He disclosed that before Malaika, 5 actresses were approached for this song but all of them refused for one reason or the other. Shilpa Shirodkar, Shilpa Shetty, and 3 more actresses were included in this list. Farah told that no actress had dates, and some were scared to dance on the train.

Malaika danced on a moving train

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Farah told us that our makeup man told us that Malaika Arora dances very well, after which Malaika said yes to dancing on a moving train, and we were very excited about this song.

Everyone knows that the song Chaiyya Chaiyya from Dil Se proved to be a super hit. Even today it is impossible to beat this song. This song is sung by AR Rahman and Sukhwinder Singh.

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