Hrithik Roshan-Vaani Kapoor’s party shuts Positano beach

Hrithik Roshan and Vaani Kapoor’s scorching chemistry will be the talking
point of the first song of War, an out and out party track sung by Arijit Singh and Shilpa Rao.

The super-hot, fresh pairing will set temperatures soaring when they hit the
dance floor together in Ghungroo. Hrithik is considered to be the best dancer in Btown and Vaani too has been hugely praised for her excellent dancing skills. So, them teaming up for a party number is definitely something to watch out for.

What’s also interesting is that Ghungroo has been shot on Positano beach and is, remarkably, the first-ever song in (Bollywood or otherwise) to be shot on the magnificent Amalfi Coast, considered the most expensive destinations of the world. Hrithik and Vaani will be seen romancing each other as they head to a day party on the beach!

Over 150 dancers from Milan were flown in for this extravagant song sequence. Such is the scale of the song that the film crew had to shut down a portion of the Positano beach while filming!

Director Siddharth Anand says, “Hrithik and Vaani’s pairing brings a lot of freshness on screen. They are good looking actors, have steamy chemistry in War and are brilliant dancers.

Ghungroo is a party anthem and what’s incredible is that we filmed it on the
amazing Positano beach and the Amalfi Coast. Everything about War is about the scale and in Ghungroo, we will show audiences the most good-looking beach day party that they have ever seen.

War has many firsts and we can now tell you that no other film or artist has ever shot a song on the Amalfi Coast because of the exclusiveness this
destination brings. I’m glad we will be the first film to show it in all its glory.”

War is a high-octane action entertainer that promises to be the biggest action spectacle of all times. It has two of the biggest action heroes of our country Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff pitted against each other in a massive showdown.

Produced by Yash Raj Films, the film is set to release in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu on the big national holiday of Gandhi Jayanti.