In a recent turn of events, the renowned actor and musician, Mansoor Ali Khan, has shared some sharp criticism on a song from Rajinikanth’s film, Jailer. The spotlighted song, Kavalayya, which has been making waves on the internet, showcases actress Tamannaah in a compelling dance performance. However, Khan has been openly critical of the actress’s hook step, labeling it as dirty.
His comments were more pronounced as they came during a press conference set up to discuss issues related to the censoring of scenes from his own film, Saraku. Emulating the dance moves, Khan made many sit up and take notice when he questioned the censor board’s decision to approve such dance steps.
This candid revelation quickly led to a flurry of reactions and a fair share of protests. For those familiar with Khan, his candid expressions have often landed him in the midst of controversies.
Yet, in stark contrast to Khan’s critique, Kavalayya continues to captivate global audiences. Tamannaah’s dynamic dance and glamorous avatar in the song have garnered heaps of praise. With views already in millions, the song’s allure is undeniable. The appealing composition by Anirudh Ravichander, lyrics by Arunraja Kamaraj, and vocals from Anirudh and Shilpa Rao further enhance its charm.
As the story unfolds, it will be interesting to see whether the criticism affects the song’s trajectory or if its popularity remains undeterred.