Item song "Sigdi" was easy: Claudia
Mumbai: Claudia Ciesla, who is seen in item number "Sigdi" in ‘Khiladi 786’, says she did not have any problem doing a Hindi song.
"I speak Hindi right now, so it was not that difficult. I got the lyrics a few days before the shooting, so I learned that. While rehearsing, I was singing it. It is important to understand the meaning of the lyrics so you can express well. So yes, I learned that and it was really like a dream for me," said the 25-year-old.
Claudia is very impressed with Akshay Kumar, lead actor and co-producer of the film.
"'Khiladi' is like series of a movie which has been very, very successful till now and Akshay Kumar sir is rocking in his role," she said.
Talking about the film, Claudia said, "There is a lot of action and comedy. Script is really good. Director Ashish Mohan is a talented guy, I saw him taking his shots. He knows what he is doing. It's a fantastic Bollywood movie. You have to watch it."
Claudia came to prominence with her stint in reality show ‘Bigg Boss 3’.
She loves the Hindi film industry.
"I love Bollywood because it's so colourful, full of romance, full of songs. I really enjoy being a part of it," she said, adding that she is overwhelmed after doing the song in ‘Khiladi 786’.
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