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Malaika Arora's song 'Munni Badnaam Hui' gets included in UK's new school music curriculum

Actress Malaika Arora's popular song ‘Munni Badnaam Hui' is not just a catchy song but a hit one too and now the song has been included in the new music curriculum guidance of the Department for Education in England. Taking to her Instagram handle, the stunning diva confirmed the happy news by sharing a screengrab of a news article about the same and expressed her happiness by writing, 'Wooohooo’. Well, according to reports, this popular item number from the film 'Dabangg' has been included in the curriculum of UK schools to make students understand the diverse Indian musical traditions. The guidance, while informing about the inclusion of ‘Munni Badnaam Hui’ song stated, 'Item numbers feature in Bollywood movies without about the plot, and while the protagonist, policeman Chulbul, enters this song the main performer/producer, Malaika Arora, only appears in this number. The song includes many typical features of Bollywood films in its music, dance, and colourful visuals'. Well, other songs which have been included in the curriculum are reportedly Kishori Amonkar’s 'Sahela Re', Anoushka Shankar’s 'Indian Summer' and AR Rahman’s 'Jai Ho'. Meanwhile, talking about the hit track 'Munni Badnaam Hui', it was sung by Mamta Sharma and Aishwarya and composed by Lalit Pandit. The song was featured in Salman Khan starrer 2011 hit film, 'Dabangg'. It went on to rule the chartbusters for a long time. Well, talking about Malaika Arora, the actress leaves no stone unturned to raise the temperature on the internet with her stunning and high-end stylish posts. Recently, the actress shared a video of herself wherein she was seen enjoying her 'happy carefree days' while grooving on a hit Punjabi track. Recently, one of her Instagram posts even sparked rumours of her engagement with her boyfriend-actor Arjun Kapoor after she flaunted an engagement ring in the picture. On the work front, Malaika Arora was last seen as a judge on 'India's Best Dancer' with Terence Lewis and Geeta Kapur.

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