VIDEO: Priyanka Chopra wanted 'no vulgarity, no skin show' for...
Bollywood starlet Priyanka Chopra does not want vulgar words or skin show in her first item song for the film 'Shootout in Wadala', the Times of India reported.
Music director Anu Malik, who composed the item number 'Babli Badmsh' said that he was clearly briefed by the actress that she does not want vulgar words or skin show in the song.
"I believe they made a lot of songs that didn't click with Priyanka. Those songs were made by various composers and were rejected by Priyanka. Her brief was that she doesn't want any vulgar words and or skin-show," Malik told Press Trust of India.
Talking about how the concept for 'Babli Badmsh' came about, Malik added: "We were sitting in Sanjay Gupta's office with lyrics writer Kumar. Suddenly I had a vision of Priyanka in front of me. She is really bubbly. So I used the word Babli."
Does Priyanka Chopra like the song?
The composer told PTI: "Priyanka had called us to her house after listening to the song. She said, 'I got up humming this tune. Priyanka has a great ear for music."
The music director, who has been the creative force behind item songs in the past, including 'Chamma Chamma' (for Urmila Matondkar), 'Goriye Chali' (for Shilpa Shetty), hopes Priyanka will come to be known as 'Babli'.
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