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Aditi Rao Hydari's Mesmerizing 'Gaja Gamini' Walk from Heeramandi Breaks the Internet

Wednesday, May 15, 2024 • Tamil Comments
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Aditi Rao Hydari's alluring "gaja gamini'' walk in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's online series Heeramandi has gone viral on social media. The actress was surprised by the huge response to her walk and thanked Sanjay for helping her to perfect the move. Of all the aspects of Heeramandi that have enthralled viewers, Aditi's "gaja gamini'' walk—also referred to as the swan walk—stands out and has won her a lot of attention on social media.

Aditi recently spoke with Connect Cine, where she discussed the viral moment and acknowledged Sanjay's important role as well as choreographer Kruti Mahesh.

To everyone, thank you. The internet is awash with that trek, just that tiny passage from the thumri. "I really didn't anticipate this, and Sanjay sir stressed, 'This walk is very important.' With his vast knowledge, he was deeply engaged in crafting the song," she said. Aditi praised Sanjay for his unwavering quest of excellence and his painstaking attention to detail in catching every subtlety.

In this clip from the song "Saiyaan Hatto Jaao," Aditi's character Bibbojaan sings for Fardeen Khan's character Nawab Wali. Viewers have been enthralled by her seductive manner throughout the performance, especially the "gaja gamini'' stroll. Social media comments have been gushing, complimenting Aditi's grace and Bhansali's deft directing.

Set in pre-Independence Lahore, Heeramandi explores the turbulent lives of courtesans engaged in the independence movement. Since its May 1 premiere, the play has garnered praise for its opulent design, painstaking attention to detail, and spectacular graphics. The first online series by Sanjay became the most watched Indian program on Netflix during its first week.

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