Video: Salman’s song in ‘Notebook’ released

In this promotional video Salman is seen, Zaheer Iqbal and Pranutan Bahal are seen together.
Video: Salman's song in 'Notebook' released

Salman Khan sang a song for his production picture notebook. The lyrics of the song are ‘My Tere’. The song was released on Monday. Salman Khan can be seen in the video. Apparently it will be used in the promotion of the film. Here are some glimpses of the protagonist Zaheer Iqbal and the heroine Pranutan Bahal. The melody of the song is composed by Bishal Mishra.

Its teaser was released two days ago.

The producers have released three songs before and all three are quite popular. Last week came ‘Boomero’ where the protagonist Zaheer Iqbal was seen dancing like Hrithik. ‘My Tere’ is written by Manoj Muntashir and the song is sung by Salman Khan, the music is composed by Vishal Mishra.

The film has been in the headlines ever since Salman Khan announced the notebook starring two newcomers, Zaheer Iqbal and Pranutan. Announcing the special song on social media, the notebook makers wrote, “This song has become even more romantic! Stay tuned, # notebook’s 4th song, coming in just 2 days in #Maintar. EBeingSalmanKhan @pranutanbahl @iamzahero @nitinrkakw@d VishalMMishra @manojmuntashir aidHaiderKhanMe @TSeries @ItsBhushanKumar “.

Last month, Salman Khan released a notebook trailer at a grand launch. Set against the backdrop of Kashmir, “Notebook” will take viewers on a romantic journey that will surprise you, can you fall in love with someone you have never met?

Shot in the beautiful valley of Kashmir, “Notebook” will witness the true love story of two lovers Firdaus and Kabir, as well as the powerful casting of child actors who play important roles in the story. This film is directed by Nitin Kakkar. “Notebook” is set to release on March 29, 2019

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