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Mimi Chakraborty leads mercury level to peak with Dushtu Kokil dance number from Toofan
Photo courtesy: SVF

Mimi Chakraborty leads mercury level to peak with Dushtu Kokil dance number from Toofan

| @indiablooms | 20 Jun 2024, 10:21 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: Tollywood star Mimi Chakraborty has raised the mercury level with her dance moves in her sultry avatar in the Dushtu Kokil track from her maiden Bangladeshi film, Toofan.

The song, which also features co-lead and Bangladeshi superstar Shakib Khan, was unveiled by the makers on Thursday.

Photo courtesy: SVF Photo courtesy: SVF

The sizzling dance number, which is celebrated as a party anthem, set the dance floor on fire.

The song's catchy and irresistible quality has everyone grooving to the beat. It’s a chartbuster that covers themes of romance and dance.

The song features vocals by Kona and Akassh, with lyrics, tune, and music by Akassh.

Photo courtesy: SVF Photo courtesy: SVF

The action film is directed by Raihan Rafi and produced by Alpha-i, Chorki, and SVF. 

Along with Shakib and Mimi, Toofan features Nabila in the co-lead and popular Bangladeshi actor Chanchal Chowdhury in a special role.

The film was released in Bangladesh during Eid-ul-Adha.

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