Malaika Arora Khan
Malaika Arora Khan and husband Arbaaz Khan.Reuters

Malaika Arora Khan is all set to treat her fans with the much-awaited item number "Fashion Khatam Khatam Mujh Par" in her husband Arbaaz Khan's project "Dolly Ki Doli" that wrapped up shooting last week.

Malaika, known for her item songs "Munni Badnaam Hui" and "Chaiyya Chaiyya", will be seen shaking a leg with "Citylights" actor Rajkummar Rao in the Bollywood dance number.

The male version of the song is sung by Sajid and Wahid and the female version by Mamta Sharma, who shot to fame for the song "Munni Badnaam Hui" from the film "Dabaang".

"Malaika looks fabulous, she's at her prime and Rajkummar, who has never danced to a lip sync song before, even though he's supposed to be a trained dancer has turned out very good in his little jig. Raj can dance saala!" Arbaaz told DNA.

"Set against the backdrop of a small town wedding where people spend more than they actually have, the item song, sung by Sajid and Wajid has a rustic, earthy flavour. There will be comparisons to Munni (Dabangg), but our intention was not to compete," Arbaaz added.

While Malaika has churned out numerous hits like "Munni Badnaam Hui" and "Chaiyya Chaiyya" with choreographer Farah Khan, this is the first time she is working with Remo D'Souza.

Meanwhile, the actress said that her latest item number couldn't be compared with the hit song "Munni" as it is completely different and went on to elaborated about her costume. "My only grouse was that I couldn't wear more. They said this was the only requirement. My friend Rick Roy has done the look and costumes. I am wearing a ghagra-choli and we played around with brighter colours other than the typical wedding colours like reds and blacks," Malaika told the newspaper.

Malaika's first look in the film was leaked online a few days back, which created fan frenzy.

The film "Dolly Ki Doli" is comedy-drama directed by debutant Abhishek Dogra. It also features Sonam Kapoor, Pulkit Samrat and "Fukrey" actor Varun Sharma. It will hit screens worldwide in February 2015.