Updated: August 7, 2015 1:35:31 pm
Here is another treat for Salman Khan fans, after ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ the actor is back on screen again but this time as a singer. Salman Khan takes on the mic as he lends his voice to ‘Main Hoon Hero Tera’ song in his upcoming home production ‘Hero’.
The song’s teaser, which was unveiled by Salman on August 5, had created a lot of buzz and following a huge demand by his fans, the actor had to release the song a day before it was to be unveiled. ‘Main Hoon Tera Hero’ song was to be released on August 7.
Salman Khan released the song on Twitter.
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) August 6, 2015
Dressed in a black tee and a casual pair of denims, Salman Khan looks handsome wearing glasses as he sings the title track. His geek look is definitely going to leave an impression on the viewers with many likely to ape the look soon. And actress Parineeti Chopra almost ‘fainted’ after watching Salman Khan sing with his ‘glasses on and a naughty smile’. She tweeted:
OH MY GODDD!!! Salman Khan in glasses, singing the most beautiful love song and smiling that naughty smile is LIFE!!!!! I have fainted..
— Parineeti Chopra (@ParineetiChopra) August 6, 2015
This is not the first time that Salman has recorded for a song, earlier he had lent his voice to songs for his movies ‘Kick’ and ‘Wanted’. But, this is the first time ever that he has sung for someone else’s film.
Salman Khan recorded for the song at midnight after watching the first cut of ‘Hero’. The actor was so impressed with the film, that he wanted to sing for it right away. Even though the recording studios were closed, special arrangements were made and the song was recorded in four hours. Later, Salman treated his team to breakfast.
‘Hero’ is being directed by Nikhil Advani under Salman Khan’s production house. The film is slated to release on September 25.
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