Shweta does the Madhuri moves!

Anirban Das, Glamsham Editorial

CHAALIS CHAURAASI (4084) is not only about the four protagonists Naseeruddin Shah, Kay Kay Menon, Atul Kulkarni and Ravi Kissen, but the very seducing Shweta Bhardwaj is also making a mark with her item song 'Setting Zhala' in the otherwise male-centric film. The actress' jaw-dropping performance in the song may also achieve more numbers of footprints in movie theatres.

Interestingly, Shweta's outfit in 'Setting Zhala' is somewhat similar to that of Madhuri Dixit's in the song 'Hum Ko Aaj Kal Hai Intezar' from the film SAILAAB. But, will Shweta be able to pull off her performance alike the veteran star? Wait and watch.

Naseeruddin is once again seen portraying a witty shade as he grooves with glam-doll Shweta. Kay Kay also leaves no stone unturned to impress her. Similarly Ravi Kissen and Atul Kulkarni try to match their moves with the bold beauty.

The film is produced by Maask Entertainment and Filament Glo (India). Hriday Shetty dons the director's cap and Naseeruddin Shah, Kay Kay Menon, Atul Kulkarni, Ravi Kissen and Rajesh Sharma share the screen space. Renowned music director Lalit Pandit and the composer of the popular item song 'Munni Badnaam' has given the music for the film.

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