Sonakshi Sinha, Salman Khan to reunite before Dabangg 3?

Sonakshi Sinha, Salman Khan to reunite before Dabangg 3?

Sonakshi Sinha, Salman Khan to reunite before Dabangg 3?

Welcome To New York will hit the screens on February 23. Indeed, "Nain Phisal Gaye" brings back the sizzling chemistry of Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha on the screen while helping us to remember their past well-known melody "Tere Mast Do Nain". The makers today released a song titled "Nain Phisal Gaye" and it features the much-loved Dabangg couple of Chulbul Pandey and his wife Rajjo. It was Salman Khan who encouraged her to pursue acting as a career and Sonakshi has often said that she will always be thankful to him. The song is sung by Payal Dev, music has been composed by Sajid-Wajid while the lyrics have been penned down by Kausar Munir.

The visuals open with a scene where Sonakshi Sinha, who expositions the part of a yearning style creator is confronting a barrier with her inventive resources. We all know that SRK had a cameo in Salman's Tubelight, and it made their legion of fans go bonkers.

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Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has quite a few films in his kitty; the actor has a packed schedule for the next two years. The video closes with Dosanjh snapping Sonakshi back to reality. "It was really exciting to be re-uniting with Salman for our third film together after "Dabangg" (2010) and "Dabangg 2" (2012)". Welcome To New York is directed by Chakri Toleti and produced by Pooja Entertainment and Wiz Films respectively. "The romantic, melodious song has been filmed beautifully", Sonakshi said in a statement. And now six years later, Salman and Sonakshi are coming together on the big screen. We had to stop and announce that we were shooting a film and requested them to let us continue filming.

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