He has used the classic "Dhak dhak", and says it fits a specific situation in the movie perfectly.
"It was a very apt song because both the characters' heart go 'dhak dhak' and there is a romantic confusion in the film. It was a very apt song. Bhushan Kumar (producer) gave me this idea," Sippy said here in an interview.
"We have grown up listening to this song and when it was re-invented by Mikey McCleary, it suited our film perfectly. The idea was to have fun with a real classic song," he added.
The film also has another classic - "So gaya ye jahaan" from "Tezaab".
"I had first used 'Sabse bada rupaiyaa' in 'Bluffmaster' seven years back. There is another remix in this film, which is amazing. There is a great song which we have remixed.
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