Veteran actor Mumtaz will deliver again the allure of Nineteen Seventies on the upcoming episodes of Indian Idol 13. In a brand new promo shared by the channel, Mumtaz is seen grooving to her hit music Koi Sehri Babu from Loafer (1973). The actor appears to recollect all of the dance steps from the music even now. (Also learn: As Mumtaz celebrates seventy fifth birthday, husband Mayur presents her a Mercedes, jewelry, hosts lunch in Uganda)
Dressed in an all-black outfit and sporting golden bangles, Mumtaz takes to stage with Indian Idol contestants. She takes a number of spins because the music begins enjoying and does the identical steps as she did 50 years in the past for the music. Watch the video right here:
Loafer additionally starred Dharmendra, who accompanied Mumtaz on the present.
Mumtaz initially hails from Iran and has featured in a number of profitable movies like Brahmachari (1968), Ram Aur Shyam (1967), Aadmi Aur Insaan (1969) and Khilona (1970). Mumtaz has not been seen in a Bollywood movie for years. She interacts along with her followers by means of her Instagram web page. Speaking about making a return to appearing, she stated in an Instagram dwell, “Bollywood? I do not know. I am not sure if I will get the kind of role that really touches my heart and it will be nice and people will appreciate it.” She then added, as her daughter laughed, that: “First I will have to take my husband’s permission. He will say ‘okay you can do one’. Then maybe I will. Otherwise no.”
She was additionally requested about showing on Indian Idol, in an interview with The Times of India, when she stated, “They had approached me quite a few times but every time I turned it down. A lot of my fans were dying to see me because there has been a very long gap. So, I thought, when my fans are showing me so much love I’ll do the show. Dharmendra ji and I are doing the show together. Pray that everything goes well…It took Sony TV, 2 years to convince me to do a show. I am doing it for my fans. I am so lucky that even after not having worked for so long, people still say that they love me and are my fans. I want to do the show for my fans and see how they react to it.”