It’s time to put on your dance shoes, your best garba outfit and catch up with Rajkummar Rao-Mouni Roy Starrer Made in China: an artist full of the essence of Gujarati culture, full of laughter and madness. With the music of Sachin-Jigar, the creators have released two main tracks: Odhani and Sanedo that have set the tone for the film and the Navratri holiday season.
Speaking about the popularity of the two songs and the general response received, producer Dinesh Vijan says: “With the film set in Gujarat, we really wanted to do something special this season of Garba. For us it was important to represent the culture and music.” in a way that takes him down the path of nostalgia, but also gives him something new to follow. We are overwhelmed by the response Odhani and Sanedo have received, our digital controls are constantly filled with messages and videos from people across the country and we ‘are eager to see how the fire of the recordings spreads much more. ”
Produced by Dinesh Vijan in association with Jio Studios, Made In China is a true celebration of dreaming big and keeping faith, against all odds. What better way to make the celebration count than to evoke and immerse yourself in the energy of the Navratri festivities.
By launching this Diwali, the songs of the film have received great love from the public. The main cast of the film, along with the creators, have been flooded with videos of fans who appear on the tracks with their best garba looks. Given the legacy of the songs and their popularity for a long time, seeing it with the enthusiasm of 2019 has resulted in them taking over the lists, no doubt!
Interestingly, for the song Sanedo, Raj and Mouni also choreographed some improvised steps of Garba. Speaking about his experience, Mouni says: “This was my first attempt at Garba. We also have a small sequence of Garba in one of the scenes of the movie, which was choreographed by Vijay Ganguly and Shruti taught me how to do it. There, Raj and I decided to try our hands on some Garba choreographies in Sanedo. Given our love for dancing, Mikhil’s brief description of having a good time and doing our own things without directed choreography was like leaving two children in a candy store I just did my best. It was a lot of fun and we enjoyed every part. ”
Raj adds, “I love Garba as a form of dance. While filming for Sanedo, Mikhil’s summary for us was to release and add our part to the choreography wherever we wanted. Following this classic issue of Navratri, Mouni and I decided to enter in our own version of an impromptu Garba! “