Tamannah Bhatia desi moves on DJ Snake Magenta Riddim


Tamannah Bhatia shared a video on her Instagram where she is seen shaking her leg on DJ Snake’s Magenta Riddim. She captioned the video, “Annndd here I am to take the #magentariddimchallengespecially for @djsnake . Choreographed by: @jueevaidya

William Sami Etienne Grigahcine, who goes by the stage name DJ Snake finds Baahubali actress Tamannah Bhatia’s take on the track Magenta riddim slick. Recently www.tollywood reported that DJ snake gave the Magenta riddim challenge to Tamannah Bhatia.

DJ snake tweeted, “The dancing is so glad you love Magenta Riddim. How about I challenge you dance to that #magentariddimchallenge.”

Tamannah said: “Hmmm now you got me thinking , to accept or not to accept , some desi swag on its way @djsnake #magentariddimchallenge.”

Finally Tamannah Bhatia has accepted the challenge and shared the video on social media sites where Tamannah fused it with Indian dance moves .

Magenta Riddim has been a tribute to the influence that Indian music has had on the artiste and his work. DJ Snake shot the music video for ‘Magenta Riddim’ in India where he paid tribute to the influence that Indian music has had on the artiste and his work. It is directed by Gal Muggia and Vania Heymann who have also worked on Coldplay’s Grammy Award-nominated video the song ‘Up & Up’, the ‘Magenta Riddim’ video shows a squad of firefighters who can’t stop dancing. It is shot in a small town in Telangana. What’s interesting is the fact that most of the talent and crew involved in making the video were local artists who have worked on several legendary films in the Telugu film industry.

On the otherside, Tamannah Bhatia is currently waiting for the release of Naa Nuvve , which is scheduled to hit the theaters on 25th May. Tamannah Bhatia is playing the love interest of Nandamuri Kalyanram in this romantic entertainer.

Tamannah Bhatia will also be seen in Megastar Chiranjeevi starrer Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, which is progressing at brisk pace in the direction of Surender Reddy and bankrolled by Ram Charan.