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Salman Khan to sing for ‘No Entry Mein Entry’

Also turns lyricist for the dance number composed by Palash Mucchal

Written by Priya Adivarekar | Updated: May 23, 2014 10:10:15 am
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Eighteen- year- old composer Palash Mucchal has managed to convince Salman Khan to sing as part of the chorus for a dance number in the actor’s upcoming project, ‘No Entry Mein Entry’, sequel to the 2005 hit ‘No Entry’.

The track will be sung by Mucchal’s elder sister, Palak, and the lyrics for the item song have been penned by Khan. “I wasn’t too keen on composing an item song, but Salman sir convinced me and said, ‘Don’t limit yourself’. He asked me to try my hand at various genres. That’s when I realised that he is right and I have really enjoyed working on this song,” stated Palash.

The composer, who is currently basking in the joy of winning the title of the youngest Bollywood composer in the world (Golden book of world records), is working on 20 other films, that include the upcoming Vir Das starrer ‘Amit Sahni Ki List’, followed by ‘Tere Aane Se’ and Ashutosh Gowariker’s next production venture among others.

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