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Film­maker San­jay Leela Bhansali man­aged a cast­ing coup of sorts when he got Priyanka Cho­pra and

Deepika Padukone to star to­gether in his next film Bajirao Mastani.

Pinga, the lat­est track to release, sees the two ac­tors share the stage, dressed in an iden­ti­cal man­ner.

Chore­ographed by Remo D’Souza and shot in the sig­na­ture SLB style, the folk song is be­ing com­pared to Dola Re — the song from Dev­das that had Aish­warya Rai and Madhuri Dixit match steps with each other.

Apart from re­hears­ing to­gether for weeks, both Deepika and Priyanka’s chem­istry is clearly vis­i­ble in the song.

While the in­dus­try is rav­ing about it, Bajirao aka Ran­veer Singh is mes­merised by the song and the way the two have syn­chro­nized their moves per­fectly.

Ran­veer says, “When Mr Bhansali first men­tioned the con­cept of shoot­ing a com­bined dance num­ber with Priyanka and Deepika, I was most ex­cited be­cause they are two of the most ac­com­plished dancers that we have in con­tem­po­rary times. When I saw the song, my jaw dropped to the floor. Such per­fec­tion in syn­chro­nized dance is un­prece­dented. The credit goes es­pe­cially to the two ladies who put in their best ef­forts into making the song vis­ually and emo­tion­ally bril­liant.”

Eros In­ter­na­tional and San­jay Leela Bhansali’s Bajirao Mastani will be re­leas­ing on De­cem­ber 18, 2015.

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