Leggy beauty Nargis Fakhri plays the role of former Miss India and actress from yesteryear Sangeeta Bijlani in the upcoming movie "Azhar," which is based on cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin's life.

The cricketer is remembered for being a great player and for his affair with Bijlani, which later culminated in marriage and a subsequent divorce 16 years later in 2010. The movie, it seems, will have details of his professional and personal life. 

The song opens with Fakhri gyrating to "Oye Oye" in a theater, where Emraan Hashmi, who plays Azhar, is seen looking sheepish and uncomfortable while watching the performance with his wife in the movie, played by Prachi Desai. 

"Oye Oye" is a remake of the 1989 song of the same name from the film "Tridev." The original music video features the real Bijlani and has Madhuri Dixit-Nene and Sonam as her co-dancers. However, in the new version, they've been replaced by two unknown dancers, and, as a result, the focus remains on the reel Bijlani, aka Fakhri, and her provocative dance moves. Unlike the yesteryear's song where the girls were seen wearing haram outfits, this version has the dancers wearing skimpy, fitted dresses.

Fakhri's entry is like the opening scene from a James Bond movie with her shadow dancing in front of a revolving eye-like backdrop. Besides the song itself, another feature that's retained in the new "Oye Oye" is a big wall clock in the backdrop, which is seen in both the old and new versions.

Though the song sounds the same compared to the old one, the visuals in the new version are slicker and more pleasing to the eye. 

Watch the new version of the "Oye Oye" song:

Watch the 1989 version of the "Oye Oye" song:

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