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Bade Miyan Chote Miyan: Jaccky Bhagnani and Bosco Martis reveal the bond Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff shared during ‘Wallah Habibi’ shoot

Earlier today, the energetic tune “Wallah Habibi” from Bade Miyan Chote Miyan was officially launched, and true to expectations, it has quickly garnered attention. The song highlights not just Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff but also Manushi Chhillar and Alaya F and the actresses add to the hotness. Akshay, as usual, is in top form, and the same can be said for Tiger. Tiger Shroff emerges from the sand in his entry shot—a moment sure to elicit applause and cheers in theaters.

Yesterday, a sneak peek of the upcoming song was revealed, along with an insightful interaction featuring producer Jaccky Bhagnani and choreographer Bosco Martis. Bosco, the choreographer, was particularly impressed and perhaps even pleasantly surprised by the writer’s keen observation and acknowledgment of Tiger’s dramatic entrance from the sand. He remarked, “Tiger encountered a challenge with sand constantly finding its way into his pants!”. He truly had the tolerance to do it” He moreover included that it took around 5-6 takes to get the perfect shot.

‘Wallah Habibi’ has been shot at the beautiful locations of Jordan, that too in biting cold. Jackky Bhagnani revealed, “Despite the temperature being 4 degrees, with the wind chill, it felt more like minus 2!” Despite facing various obstacles and difficulties, both Akshay and Tiger managed to surpass expectations with their exceptional performances.

Bosco Martis explained that he didn’t have to do much to induce them to coordinate each other’s energies, their bromance had flourished to such an extent that they seamlessly complemented each other in every aspect.

Jaccky Bhagnani, meanwhile, is glad for the fact that parallels are not been drawn with the 1998 film of the same title, featuring Amitabh Bachchan, Govinda and Raveena Tandon. He clarified the reason behind it saying, “This is an out-and-out action with comedy whereas that was a comedy-action film.”

Now that the three songs of the film are out, one ponders when the producers plan to drop the trailer. Jackky Bhagnani revealed, “It’ll be out on March 26.”

He then shared his publicity plans, “We’ll go full throttle with the (launch of this) song.” He further elucidated the reason behind starting promotions as early as the end of January, despite the film’s release scheduled for the second week of April. “We felt that the kind of penetration we want for a film of this scale, 4 weeks might not be sufficient. That’s why we went for an 8-week campaign. The digital age has made it effortless to connect with urban centers. However, reaching tier-2 and tier-3 centers often requires more time and effort. Even though the digital revolution has happened even there, a lot of individuals still get data through conventional media,” he said.

Coming back to Jordan, where the songs and one action scene had been shot, Jaccky Bhagnani uncovered the reason for shooting in the Middle-Eastern country saying, “Based on the available dates, our intention was to select a country that boasted diverse landscapes. When we explored Jordan, we realized it’s beautiful. It has desert, it has ocean and it has the city vibe. This is exceptionally rare. Moreover, the travel time is typically only 1 or 2 hours, so it’s not as if we need to catch a flight to reach the second location.” He concluded by mentioning, “We have filmed the movie in India, Scotland, UK, Jordan and Abu Dhabi.”

Under the direction of Ali Abbas Zafar, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan also features Prithviraj Sukumaran, and it is set to hit cinemas on Eid.

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