Saurabh Prajapati speaks about his latest work with Yo Yo Honey Singh and Iulia Vântur | PERFECT WOMAN MAGAZINE

Saurabh Prajapati speaks about his latest work with Yo Yo Honey Singh and Iulia Vântur | PERFECT WOMAN MAGAZINE

One of India’s youngest choreographers Saurabh Prajapati recently completed a great piece of work with Yo Yo Honey Singh and gorgeous Iulia Vântur. The trio recreated the song Yai Re from Ramgopal Verma’s Rangeela and has received tremendous feedback. Speaking more about it Saurabh says,
“I am happy that Yai Re is trending worldwide. This song will always be a special song to me for two main reasons: It’s my first song with my favourite Yo Yo Honey Singh. It was just so much fun working with him. I love his vibes and his music. There is something magical about him and his infectious energy. From our very first meeting we got connected. Working with Iulia Vantur was another wonderful experience. She is so hardworking and I must mention here she pulled off the entire choreography in one day. She is very passionate and focused when it comes to work. The original was brilliantly choreographed by Ahmed Khan and I am glad that I have got the opportunity now.”

Saurabh also adds, “I want to thank Director Mihir Gulati for having faith in me – the entire team is amazing .It’s a team work for everyone – right from to DOP Manish Shunty to all the assistant directors and Aadesh Gola production team. At the end when I saw the final outcome I was overwhelmed with the result. As a choreographer I am blessed to be part of this cult song. What Urmila Matondkar has done is unbelievable. I wanted to make this a party anthem of 2023 and give it a different concept. In future, I wish to choreograph and direct more songs and try to create my own niche in the music videos.”

Superstar Salman Khan also took to his social media platform a few days ago and posted about Yai Re, “Song is looking lovely, great party track.’

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