Black Eyed Peas Delivers ‘ACTION’ Music Video Inspired By Indian Culture

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American musical group, Black Eyed Peas has delivered their brand new music video named ‘ACTION‘ inspired by Indian Bollywood culture. Watch the amazing video below.

The new music video ‘ACTION‘ video clips have taken from the Bollywood/Tollywood movies. This video shows their love and appreciation for our Indian Cinema(BOLLYWOOD) and the imagination of the video is amazing and shows awesomeness too, it seems like it took something different from other videos.

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Coming to the credits, the video re-Imaged and directed by, Pasha Shapiro, Ernst Weber, Cinematography by Tigran Mutafyan, and DeepFAKE FX by John.Ru, Alexey Shoneya.

Black Eyed Peas shared a video on their Youtube channel and wrote that “The Black Eyed Peas have been inspired by Indian culture from the beginning of our career… From Asha Bhosle to A.R Rahman, Indian music has influenced our songs on more than one occasion…This video for ACTION shows our LOVE and appreciation for BOLLYWOOD and the imagination and awesomeness it brings to the screen…Thank you INDIA & BOLLYWOOD!!!”

Black Eyed Peas – ‘ACTION’ Music Video Inspired By Indian Culture

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Download and stream the full song here.

In the video you can see the scenes from S Shankar’s Enthiran, Rohit Shetty’s Singham, SS Rajamouli’s Maryada Ramanna, and Sundar C’s Aambala. However, Rajinikath’s and Ajay Devgn’s faces have been replaced by Will.I.Am and Taboo’s.

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Will.i.Am took to twitter and revealed that he had always been inspired by India and Bollywood and wrote that “Check out our video for #ACTION inspired by #BOLLYWOOD…ive always loved music from india…#Elephunk and #MonkeyBusiness was inspired by Indian Culture…thank you India for your vibrancy and contribution to the world.”

AR Rahman Replying to his tweet and wrote, “The borders are blurring through art! #tamilcinema @directorshankar #rajnikant #india.”

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