Sunny Leone recently amazed fans by recreating the iconic song “Mera Piya Ghar Aaya,” originally performed by Madhuri Dixit in the 1995 movie Yaarana. In the revamped version, Sunny paid tribute to Madhuri’s legendary performance, showcasing her own exceptional dance skills.
The music video, released recently, received widespread praise for Sunny’s dedication to the dance, despite the inevitable comparisons with Madhuri, who is renowned as one of Bollywood’s finest dancers.
Sunny Leone New Video Song
The video begins with Sunny preparing backstage before entering a crowded bar. Dressed in an embellished blouse and a short blue and silver skirt, she captivated the audience with her sultry dance moves.
Sporting a black bindi, Sunny exuded elegance and confidence throughout the performance. The video concluded with the audience applauding Sunny’s high-energy act.
The song’s remake, titled “Mera Piya Ghar Aaya 2.0,” was sung by Neeti Mohan. The choreography, blending Madhuri’s grace with the timeless music of Anu Malik, was expertly crafted by Vijay Ganguly, paying homage to the original work of renowned choreographer Saroj Khan. Originally sung by Kavita Krishnamurthy, the song retains its classic charm in this new rendition.
Positive Fan Reactions
Fans and viewers praised Sunny Leone’s dance skills, acknowledging her growth as an artist. Comments on the official YouTube video expressed admiration for Sunny’s performance, with many affirming her status as the queen of music videos. The song received positive feedback not only for Sunny’s dance but also for Neeti Mohan’s flawless vocals in the remake.
Sunny, expressing her pride, shared the teaser of “Mera Piya Ghar Aaya 2.0” on Instagram earlier, emphasizing the honor she felt in remaking Madhuri Dixit’s iconic song on such a grand scale.
Timeless Appeal of Bollywood Magic
Sunny Leone’s dedication to the recreation of this classic number has undoubtedly left an impression, proving her prowess as a performer. The video stands as a testament to her talent and the timeless appeal of the original song, delighting audiences and reminding them of the magic of Bollywood music and dance.