Salman's film becomes Bollywood's first to have its own emoji


The makers of Kabir Khan's forthcoming directorial "Tubelight", starring Salman Khan, have joined hands with Facebook to create a cover video for the official film page. The Pritam composes the lyrics of the music of peppy track by the Amitabh Bhattacharya. The dancing, Salman's enthusiasm, the entire song will make you happy and definitely get you to dance along. The first song of the movie Tubelight is all set to out now for the fans of Salman and the title of the song is "Radio". The song also features late actor "Om Puri.' Within 12 hours of release, 'The Radio" song has received 3 million views and counting. "#Radio Bajaiyyo Bajaiyyo Zara!" " tweeted Salman while releasing the song".

Mumbai: Just days after writer Apurva Asrani accused Kangana Ranaut of lying about co-writing the plot of "Simran", co-producer of the film, Shailesh Singh, who was also accused in Asrani's Facebook post of persuading Asrani to share credits with Kangana for about 2 months, has reacted to Apurva's "publicity stunt". "But if they feel some of their films have to be nurtured more, we can come there later as well", Khan said.

Kabir Khan added "It's a celebratory song at the end of war". But it was a big song.

Meanwhile, when asked about the Malayalam movies that he has watched, Bollywood's most eligible bachelor said that he wants to watch superstar Mohanlal's blockbuster action thriller Pulimurugan. Catering to his worldwide fan following, Salman Khan's move to release the latest track "Radio" from Tubelight has won the hearts of many around the world post the release that happened in Dubai. (2000), is highly upset about actor Kangana Ranaut getting an "additional story and dialogue" credit on the poster, and with this appearing before his own credit.

Dear Salman Twitter is also grooving to your song.