Mumbai, July 1 (Calcutta Tube / IBNS): Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan said that he will not do a song like the popular ‘DK Bose’ number from the Hindi film ‘Delhi Belly’ starring Imran Khan.
“If there is any ambiguity or semblance of double meaning I will like to keep away from it. I think some where I will feel embarassed to show it to my family members and to my friends,” Bachchan saind in an interview to national news channel NDTV.
He said that if a young filmmaker wants to use the word and the younger generation want to use it then he should do it.
“If there is a maker who feels to do it then there is freedom of expression. He must do it if this is what the younger generation enjoy and the censor board is comfortable with that,” Big B said.
It is the clash of two giants of Bollywood on Friday as Amitabh Bachchan’s “Bbuddah …Hoga Terra Baap’ hits the big screen on the same day with Aamir Khan produced film ‘Delhi Belly’.
The youth-centric film will feature Imran Khan in the lead role.
On the other hand, the dancing Big B is seen delivering stronger dialogues like : Budhha hoga tera bap’ (It’s your father who is old).
Directed by Poori Jagannath, the film features actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Hema Malini, Minissha Lamba and Raveena Tandon.
Interestingly, both the films have a common point with Aamir and Amitabh performing retro item dance numbers for their movies.
Produced by Aamir Khan, ‘Delhi Belly’ features Imran Khan, Shenaz Treasuryvala, Kunal Roy Kapoor and Vijay Raaz.
Imran Khan said in an interview: “I am generally very nervous before my film’s release.”
“The film deals with average boys who are stuck in a crazy situation,” he said.
The attraction of the movie surely lies in the item number by Aamir ‘Mr. Perfectionist’ Khan who did a disco number in a retro look.
“The item song that was done by Aamir was indeed to be a last minute surprise for the audience,” Imran commented.