Shantanu Maheshwari dances underwater in his latest music video
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Amazing dancer, brilliant actor Shantanu Maheshwari has launched his new music video and he is as thrilled as his fans are to see him. His hot new romantic music video ‘Gud Khake’ is out and once again people are loving his chocolate boy charm and cute youth appeal which is winning their heartd. His look and charisma is smitten all over the video and the fans are absolutely in love with it all.
While the song centers around a very sweet and simple concept of a ‘Videshi’ boy falling in love with a ‘Desi Girl’ at an Indian wedding, it has some moments of magic instilled beautifully. It has a beautiful Rajasthani touch to it as it was shot in the heart of Jaipur, to give it the absolute authentic wedding feel!
Being an International dancer it was not a tough task for Shantanu to dance his way to our hearts. But this time the dance was as thrilling for him as it was for his fans to watch. The song had an underwater sequence and Shantanu experimented with it for the first time.
Speaking about shooting an underwater romantic sequence for the song, Shantanu shares,”It was the very first time that I actually shot for an underwater sequence that needed expressions and emotions. I had also been wanting to try out an underwater shoot, and when I finally got to do it through ‘Gud Khake’, it was quite exciting. While it was challenging and difficult in its own way, it was also a lot of fun as I was trying out something totally new!
The major challenge was to hold our breath underwater and express and emote at the same time, with choreographed movements. It was also tough as we couldn’t hear the music underwater, so we had to rely on our own beats, to get the choreography in place, but Reecha and I were mentally ready and keen to get the underwater sequence right.
It definitely did take a good team to do this, which was of course made possible by the Desi Hoppers and our director Palki Malhotra who made it a smooth shoot sequence! Overall it was an amazing experience of shooting an underwater scene and something that I thoroughly enjoyed experimenting with.”