Jacqueline Fernandez will be doing item number with Prabhu Deva

Jacqueline Fernandez

Actress Jacqueline Fernandez is the latest actress in Bollywood to shake a leg with ace choreographer Prabhu Deva for an item song in his upcoming directorial venture.

Earlier, Sonakshi Sinha did an item number 'Go Go Govinda' with Prabhu Deva in 'Oh My God', Kareena Kapoor and Akshay Kumar did the 'Chinta Ta Chita Chita' song in 'Rowdy Rathore', Salman Khan and Govinda danced with him in 'Jalwa' from 'Wanted' and even Madhuri Dixit shook a leg with him in 'Que Sera Sera' song from 'Pukar'.

Now, for Prabhu Deva's next directorial venture 'Ramaiya Vasta Vaiya', Jacqueline will be doing a song titled - 'Jaadu Ki Jhappi De De Tu Abhi'.

"We have Prabhu Deva, Jacqueline and Girish (leading hero of the film) doing a special song 'Jaadu Ki Jhappi De De Tu Abhi'.

It is a travel song but not like 'Chaiyyan Chaiyyan', it is very different," producer Kumar Taurani told PTI.

Taurani will be launching his son Girish as an actor with 'Ramaiya Vasta Vaiya'.

The song has been shot in Punjab. "The song is very much a part of the film. It has not been added for promotional reasons. The boy (Girish) goes from city to village in search of his love, this is where the song appears in the film," Taurani said.

The film, also starring Shruti Haasan, is likely to release on June 7 this year.

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