Choreographer director Saurabh Prajapati’s next is with legendary singer Hariharan

Choreographer director Saurabh Prajapati’s next is with legendary singer Hariharan

Saurabh Prajapati, the youngest choreographer and director in showbiz, recently choreographed Dhokebaaz and the song London Da Lakk: The Landers. Sometime back he has also worked with noted choreographer Terence Lewis in the song Shaidayee.

Now he is excited about his next collaboration with legendary singer Hariharan. The duo has worked on a song and, understandably, the young choreographer is very excited for the same. Speaking about the experience Saurabh says, “It was a pleasure working with the  Living Legend Hariharan Sir. I love all his songs and most of his songs are iconic. My personal favourite would always be Tu Hi Re. His voice is so soothing to the ears, it’s a blessing to have a voice like that. After interacting with him I have realised he is so sweet, humble and down to earth. The aura is simply amazing. On set while shooting he was listening very carefully to all the instructions and following It to the T.” He also adds,”During breaks, I used to ask him can you please sing a song for me. I wanted to listen to him live  and it was so sweet of him that he sang many songs for me.


And when you listen to him live, that experience is unforgettable. Whether it’s a dance or a singing reality show, his songs are popular amongst all the contestants. Every time I work with such personalities there is much more to learn and observe from them. He is truly an inspiration for all of us. I can’t wait to work with him again.”

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