After Best Actress, Deepika Padukone’s Ghoomar Is The Best Choreographed Song Of 2018 Till Date

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Padmavaat is the best film till today, Ranveer Singh selected as the best actor while Deepika Padukone as the best actress of the first half of 2018. And, the series of appreciation and favouritism has not ended here as Ghoomar is awarded as the best-choreographed song of the first half of 2018.

‘Ghoomar’, the song in which we have seen Deepika’s moves that made us groove. She is so graceful in the song that we can’t take our eyes off from her for a second. She did all the twirls correct. She was trained by the expertise named Jyoti D Tommaar and choreographer Kruti Mahesh in the Ghoomar dance genre.

Well, she has received also a lot of criticism for showing her body.  As per the tweet, “The Ghoomar Song has to be one of the most difficult yet most fulfilling song sequences I have ever shot for.”

Truly, none of her fans could agree on that even the leading actress once in an interview with the leading daily said, “I will never be able to forget the experience of making this song.”

Three hours a day for half a month of training helped Deepika perfect her moves for the camera.

Further, she quoted, “It has been one of the most difficult song sequences that Sanjay sir and I have shot for. The shooting of the film began with this song and I will never forget that day.”

On the pole of best actress, Alia Bhatt for Raazi got 29%, Deepika Padukone for Padmavaat got 43%, Anushka Sharma for Pari got 4%, Kareena Kapoor Khan for Veere Di Wedding got 14% and Rani Mukerji in Hichki 8% and Radhika Apte in Padman 2%.

On the other hand, in a race of best actor, Ajay Devgn got 3% for Raid, Akshay Kumar for Padman got 3%, Varun Dhawan for October got 7%, Shahid Kapoor in Padmavaat got 10%, Ranbir Kapoor for Sanju got 32% and Ranveer Singh leads the race by 46 % for his role in Padmavaat.

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Published by Vaidehi Tendulakar on 03 Aug 2018

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