Welcome to NY, which also stars Diljeet Dosanjh and Karan Johar, will hit the screens on February 23.
The producers of the upcoming movie Welcome to NY today released a melody titled "Nain Phisal Gaye" and it includes the much-cherished Dabangg couple of Chulbul Pandey and his better half Rajjo.
Salman is expected to make a special appearance in the film. With discusses Dabangg 3 at all corners, "Nain Phisal Gaye" certainly takes groups of onlookers on a nostalgic ride with Salman and Sonakshi's sweet brotherhood on screen. "The romantic, melodious song has been filmed beautifully". 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.
Sharing the screen together in a song, Sinha caught up with the media and spoke about working with Khan again, as well as the development of the "Dabangg" franchise.
Sonakshi will soon begin shooting for Dabangg 3 with Salman, and is looking forward to another collaboration with the 52-year-old actor.
Talking about the song, Sonakshi told the leading tabloid, "It was really exciting to be re-uniting with Salman for our third film together after Dabangg and Dabangg 2".
Director Chakri Toleti said, "It was an absolute delight to shoot this song". The dream sequence featuring Salman and Sonakshi has a winsome charm about it with the right mix of romance and comedy. She said, "No one knew what we were doing and even the fans on the red carpet were thoroughly confused". First, Diljit (Dosanjh, co-star) and I came out in our costumes for the shot and spotting us, the fans started calling out to us. The video ends with Dosanjh snapping Sonakshi back to reality.
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