Thursday, 26 July 2018

Satyameva Jayate song Tajdar E Haram: John Abraham refused to use a body double for self-flagellation sequence

Bollywood performing artist John Abraham, who is altogether prepared for his up and coming discharge Satyameva Jayate, declined to utilize a body twofold for the self-whipping succession in the melody Tajdar E Haram. Take a read to know more.

Satyameva Jayate song Tajdar E Haram: John Abraham refused to use a body double for self-flagellation sequence
A still of John Abraham from Tajdar E Haram

Bollywood performing artist John Abraham, who was most recently seen in the hit motion picture Parmanu: The Story Of Pokhran, is altogether prepared for his up and coming film Satyameva Jayate. The producers of the activity spine chiller which is based around the topic of defilement have discharged the second melody of the film. Titled Tajdar E Haram, the track has a mix of established and Sufi music.

The executive of the film, Milap Zaveri, in a meeting with Mid-Day, uncovered that the 45-year-old on-screen character declined to utilize a body twofold for the self-whipping grouping in the as of late discharged melody. He likewise said that John endured various wounds while shooting this custom which is performed amid Muharram.

He stated, "We needed to utilize genuine blades on the grounds that the crowd would have the capacity to tell the phony ones from the genuine. By the fourth take, John had endured numerous cuts. Since he had cosmetics on, we didn't understand that he was dying. It was simply after we had canned the shoot that he raced to get medicinal help."

Further, discussing John's devotion towards his work Milap said that they even shot an activity scene after they wrapped up the tune's shoot, reports Mid-Day.

The principal melody of the film, Dilbar which is a reproduced variant of the 90s hit tune Dilbar from the film Sirf Tum has likewise gathered a considerable measure of acclaim. While the first melody featured Sanjay Kapoor and Sushmita Sen, the reproduced rendition highlights John and Bigg Boss 10 popularity Nora Fatehi.

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