Sonakshi Sinha & Akshay Kumar 'Party All Night'
After 'Go Govinda' in OMG! Akshay Kumar has again roped in the very beautiful Sonakshi Sinha who has proved to be a lucky mascot for a club number in BOSS! Only this time, she shares the screen with him and like never before!
For the first time, Sonakshi Sinha will be donning a very hot avatar and her look is undoubtedly her hottest one till date in this song.
Dressed in a short sequenced black dress, Sonakshi will be seen shaking a leg with Superstar Akshay Kumar along with more than 600 dancers. She will also be dancing to the tunes of the very famous rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh who also makes a grand appearance in the song.
Titled 'Party All Night', this song is pegged to be the biggest club song of the year and the producers are going all out on this one. The shooting of the first part of this chartbuster was completed in a swanky nightclub in Mumbai. The other half of the song is scheduled to be shot in Bangkok next month.
For the very first time, Akshay Kumar is working with Song Director Sumit Dutt who has been a Salman Khan favorite and has been the man behind various blockbuster hits like 'Dhinkachika', Character 'Dheela, Desi Beat' and many others to his credit. While Sumit Dutt is directing the song, ace choreographer Raju Khan is doing the choreography.
The song has been designed as the ultimate club number and is a full all-out dance number with extremely catchy lyrics and tune.
Well, with all the elements just right, 'Party All Night' is surely set to be the biggest chartbuster of 2013.
Produced by Viacom 18, Cape of Good Films and Ashwin Varde Productions, boss is directed by Anthony D'souza and stars Akshay Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Shiv Pandit, Aditi Rao Hydari, Johny Lever and Danny Denzongpa.
BOSS is all set to hit the screens this October!
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