Akshay‘s ‘Boss‘ to feature biggest club song

MUMBAI: Akshay Kumar along with Sonakshi Sinha is all set to take ‘Boss‘ to the next level. Titled Party All Night, the song is touted to be the biggest club song of the year and it is heard that the producers are sparing no efforts to make it the blockbuster chart buster.

This song will also have the added attraction of Yo Yo Honey Singh. News is also that it will be for the very first time that Akshay Kumar will be working with music director Sumit Dutt who has been a Salman Khan favorite and has been the man behind various blockbuster hits like Dhinkachika, Character Dheela, Desi Beat and many others to his credit.

While Sumit Dutt will direct the song, ace choreographer Raju Khan will be making Akshay and Sonakshi sway to the beats.


The shooting of the first part of the song is over and was shot in one of the suburban properties in Mumbai while the other half is scheduled to be shot in Bangkok next month. Buzz is that a mammoth crowd of over 600 dancers and junior artistes will be a part of it.

A source close to the team said, "In the film, the song comes at a very integral point, which is why Akshay wants to make it his biggest and best song to date. Akshay is wearing a leading international designer‘s costume."

The song has been designed as the ultimate club number of 2013. It is the first full, all-out dance number that Akshay has done in years. This is his return to hard core dancing.

Produced by Viacom 18, Cape of Good Films and Ashwin Varde Productions, ‘Boss‘ is directed by Anthony D‘souza and is all set to hit the screens this October.

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