Every couple faces troubles in their relationship, but overcoming the turbulent times together is what further strengthens their bond. That’s the message ‘Bakheda’, the second song from the Akshay Kumar-Bhumi Pednekar-starrer ‘Toilet Ek Prem Katha’, conveys. Composed by Vickey Prasad, penned by Siddharth-Garima and rendered by Sukhwinder Singh and Sunidhi Chauhan, the track releases today.  Though it’s part of our everyday vocabulary, the word ‘bakheda’ has probably never been used in a Bollywood song. Bhumi says, “In rustic Hindi, bakheda means ‘problem’. In the film, the track comes at a juncture where Keshav and Jaya (the characters played by Akshay and her, respectively) overcome the difficulties in their relationship.” Interestingly, the song has sequences that required the actress to do knitting and Bhumi learnt it just a day before the shoot. She recalls, “The lady who applied mehndi on my palms for the film, taught me how to knit. I soon got the hang of it.” Ask her what she knit, and she says, “That’s something you’ll have to wait and watch. Whatever I was knitting, takes the love story ahead.” While she impressed the team with her skills, Akshay wowed the entire team with his fitness. The song required the actor to jump from one balcony to the other and since the team was short of time, he performed the stunt without the harness. “The way Akshay sir jumped from one balcony to the other without any safety precaution and that too, so perfectly without faltering even a wee bit, was mind-blowing,” sums up Bhumi.  The Times  of  India : 5th. July,17


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