Ali Zafar: TERE BIN LADEN 2 item number is full on entertaining
Ali Zafar is the new item boy in the B-town. For the sequel of his much successful TERE BIN LADEN, even though Manish Paul of MICKEY VIRUS fame has been roped in as a male lead, Ali is returning for a specially designed item number.
"Suddenly Ali is turning out to be much more integral part of the film than before," informs a source, "He is emotionally attached to the film too since it got him all the fame and recognition. Though he had initially volunteered to do a cameo in the film, the item number is a further topping on that."
Expectedly sung and composed by Ali himself, the song has already been picturized and is being pitched as one of the major highlights of TERE BIN LADEN 2.
"The cameo by itself is very interesting since it fits in wonderfully well into the film's narrative. TERE BIN LADEN 2 is a 'new approach' towards a sequel. Something like that has been never attempted before. Now the song only enhances the overall package," says Ali.
The film is aiming for a summer 2014 release and the song would be revealed a few weeks before the D-Day. This is the reason why Ali is guarded about sharing added details.
"If I reveal the song's title then I may end up revealing the plot," laughs Ali, "I can tell you though that it is a full on entertaining item number."
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