Salman Khan has not only sang the song for the film Notebook but also features in the video.
Salman Khan treated his fans with a new romantic track titled 'Main Taare' from his upcoming production 'Notebook.' The actor's voice adds a magical touch to the already soulful song, which features the lead pair of the film Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbal.
Salman, who also features in the music video of the song, took to his Twitter handle to share the romantic number. He wrote, "Dekho aur pyaar me kho jao, #MainTaare 4th song of #Notebook out now."
This song just got more romantic! Stay tuned, the 4th song of #Notebook, #MainTaare coming in just 2 days.@BeingSalmanKhan @pranutanbahl @iamzahero @nitinrkakkar @Cine1Studios @muradkhetani @ashwinvarde @VishalMMishra @manojmuntashir @HaiderKhanMe @TSeries @ItsBhushanKumar pic.twitter.com/2YU4w3u3JP— Salman Khan Films (@SKFilmsOfficial) March 16, 2019
The song shows glimpses of the lead duo and how they fall in love. The melodious track has been crooned by Salman and the heart-touching lyrics have been penned by Manoj Muntashir. It has been composed by Vishal Mishra.
In the video of the song, Salman looks charming donning a leather jacket, denim, and glares. He has hands-down done a fabulous job at singing. The audience is also treated to some beautiful moments between the lovers Firdaus played by Pranutan and Kabir played by Zaheer.
With Kashmir providing a stunning backdrop and Salman's voice and on-screen presence, this track will surely make way into everyone's playlist!
Reportedly, Salman took up the song and replaced singer Atif Aslam after the All India Cine Workers Association announced a ban on Pakistani artists following the Pulwama terror attack.
The makers of 'Notebook' had earlier released three songs titled 'Nai Lagda', 'Laila' and 'Bumro' starring Pranutan, and Zaheer which had garnered immense love and appreciation.
Salman has earlier lent his voice to songs including 'Hangover' from 'Kick' and 'Main Hoon Hero Tera' from 'Hero'.
'Notebook' is a 2019 Bollywood romance-drama. The film has been shot extensively in the backdrops of Kashmir. It tells the story of a former army officer who takes up a job at a school in Kashmir and falls in love with the former school teacher after he finds her notebook.
Zaheer Iqbal who hails from a non-filmy background happens to be the first member from his family to set his foot in Bollywood.
Debutant actress Pranutan, who incidentally is the granddaughter of late actress Nutan, was a lawyer by profession but always aspired to be an actor and hence chose it to further her career interests.
Helmed by National Award winning director Nitin Kakkar and produced by Salman Khan, Murad Khetani and Ashwin Varde, 'Notebook' is all set to release on March 29.
(Inputs from ANI)
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Last Updated Mar 19, 2019, 12:04 PM IST