Ease is most difficult to achieve in dance

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Hrithik Roshan on War song Ghungroo: ‘Ease is most difficult to achieve in dance when step actually requires a lot of effort’



Source: HT 

Date: Sep 16, 2019 



Hrithik Roshan, who is seen dancing effortlessly in the War song Ghungroo has said its not easy to dance with ease.


Actor Hrithik Roshan is currently busy with the promotions of his upcoming film, War. The actor has performed some gravity defying action scenes in the thriller along with a dance number, Ghungroo in the film and he has now said that ease is the most difficult thing to achieve in dance. ‘Ease is the most difficult thing to achieve in dance when the step actually requires a lot of effort,’ he said. 


Hrithik Roshan is named among the best dancers in Bollywood. He is seen dancing effortlessly in the song that also features the female lead, Vaani Kapoor. Ghungroo is also said to be the first-ever song to have been shot on the Amalfi Coast which is considered as the most expensive destinations in the world. Shot in some really exquisite locations, the song exudes holiday vibes with Hrithik flaunting his super excellent moves. Crooned by Arijit Singh and Shilpa Rao, the song is composed by Vishal and Shekhar duo while the lyrics are penned by Kumaar. Hrithik and Tiger are seen engaged in some powerful action scenes and chase sequences in the film trailer. 


Directed by Siddharth Anand of Bang Bang fame, War is set to release on October 2. War chronicles the story of an Indian soldier, Khalid (Tiger), who is assigned to eliminate a senior agent and his mentor Kabir (Hrithik) as he has gone rogue. Talking about the film, Siddharth had told PTI in an interview, ‘The first choice was Hrithik because we share a great equation. Post Bang Bang!, I’ve been writing something for him. Fortunately for me, he loved the script. I knew, if Hrithik is in the film, the protege can be no one else but Tiger.' He added, ‘If Tiger hadn’t done the film, it would be tough for me to make this film. I may have just scrapped the idea to rewrite something else. There is nobody who could replace Tiger in the film.'