Did Disha Patani Injure Herself While Rehearsing for Bharat Song Slow Motion? Actress Spills the Beans
Disha Patani in Slow Motion song from Bharat (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Disha Patani’s stunning performance in the song Slow Motion from Bharat left each one of us impressed. She brought back the yellow saree fever with this upcoming film’s first song. Her grooves with Salman Khan has become talk of the town. While we all are aware Disha is a fantastic dancer, but something did go wrong during the rehearsals of Bharat song Slow Motion. And in an interview to a leading tabloid, the actress has spilled the beans. Disha Patani’s Yellow Saree Reminds Us of Raveena Tandon’s from Mohra, Katrina Kaif’s from De Dana Dhan and Others.

While we all still can’t get over the foot-tapping number and Disha Patani’s dance moves, here’s something we all need to know of what happened before the shooting of Slow Motion song. In an interview to Mumbai Mirror, while speaking about this peppy track the actress said, “I remember breaking my knee while rehearsing. I was also practicing gymnastics simultaneously. You must have seen the front flip and other stunts in the song. I was actually over training and broke my knee a week prior to the shoot.”

Disha Patani also mentioned, “I couldn’t walk and was literally on the bed before the shoot started. It was really hard for me. After every take, I had to use a cold press, which hurt a lot. But I am happy to see the result and feel that everything was worth it.” But don’t you think despite getting hurt, Disha put forth a kick-ass performance? We bet, you’ll agree with us! Bharat Song Slow Motion: Salman Khan Grooving With Disha Patani to This Foot-Tapping Number Leaves Us Impressed (Watch Video).

Watch the song Slow Motion from Bharat here:

Bharat is an Ali Abbas Zafar directorial and it is the third time that the film’s lead actor Salman Khan is working with the filmmaker. This movie also stars Katrina Kaif, Tabu, Jackie Shroff and Sunil Grover in key roles. The movie is all set to release on June 5.