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Baaghi star Tiger Shroff has stunned his fans with his dance to the Odia song Maya re Baya

Bhubaneswar:4/7/18; Baaghi star Tiger Shroff has stunned his fans with his dance to the Odia song Maya re Baya of the upcoming movie Tokata Phasigala.
Odia film actor Sabyasachi Mishra posted the video on social media in which Tiger is seen practicing freestyle mama dance to the beats of the song along with his trainer-choreographer Odia boy Vikram Swain (on his left) and another dancer.
Tokata Phasigala is an upcoming Odia film in which Sabyasachi Mishra and Elina Samantaray have actd. The film will be released soon.
The peppy song Maya re Baya is gaining popularity on social media with various fan-made videos and the latest member of this bandwagon is none other than Bollywood actor Tiger Shroff. The freestyle mama dance in which Tiger dances to the beats of the song has wowed many viewers.
Sabyasachi and Elina had also released a teaser to this dance sequence of Tiger Shroff Sunday on social media handles.
Actors Tatwa Prakash Satapathy aka Papu Pom Pom and Sabyasachi have lent their voice to the song. Nirmal Nayak has penned its lyrics.
In the video Tiger introduces himself saying, “The song Maya re Baya is being released July 12. Do watch the song. This is Dhamaal song which I have been practicing.”

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