‘Rangoon’: Farah Khan pulls off a one-take song successfully in full style and rhythm

Choreographer turned film-maker Farah Khan is more focused now on her film-making projects, and has become quite choosy when it comes to taking up songs for choreography. But, she has definitely not given up on experimenting and gives stylish and rhythmic surprise to her fans every now and then. Recently, the new song of ‘Rangoon’, titled ‘Ek Dooni Do’ was out. It featured actress Shriswara, who is playing the second lead in the film. This particular song was choreographed by Farah with a twist that has added more beauty and style to the 40’s period in which the film’s premise is set.

As we watch this song from ‘Rangoon’, it shows the brilliance of Farah Khan who has shot this track in one-take (without any cuts). The song has been shot on a lavish set and director Vishal Bhardwaj is all praises for Farah the way she has shot it. He had said in one of his interviews, “Farah has done a great job, never once letting us feel the lack of technology, compensating with a 100 junior artistes and back-up dancers, fairies and the moon, streets of Mumbai and even a casino.” [sic]

This is the first time when Farah has done a song for director Vishal Bhardwaj’s film, which makes it even more special. (Also Check: 5 times Farah Khan and Sania Mirza made ‘Koffee With Karan 5’ a laugh riot)

Definitely with ‘Ek Dooni Do’, Farah Khan and the team of ‘Rangoon’ has pulled off something that is much credible and is an effort worth noticing. Previously, songs like ‘Roop Tera Mastana’ from ‘Aradhana’ and ‘Gallan Goodiyaan’ from ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ have been the ones which were shot in one-take (without any cuts).

Talking about ‘Rangoon’, it stars Saif Ali Khan, Shahid Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut and is slated to hit the screens this Friday on February 24.