Salman Khan agrees to come to Pakistan for Bajrangi Bhaijaan Premiere


Salman Khan Pakistan

There has been contrasting reports on the release of the movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan in Pakistan. The word on the street tells that the movie was scheduled to be released this Eid, but due to the local movies Bin roye and Wrong Number being released in the same time of the year, the Bajrangi Bhaijaan would have to wait for a while.

The release of the Salman Khan’s new movie, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, may get delayed but this cannot stop the Bollywood Superstar from expressing his love for his fans in Pakistan.

While speaking to Bollywood Hungama, the star revealed that he didn`t mind visiting Pakistan for the premier of his new movie.

Quoting the B-town star, “I am currently promoting my movie in India but if I get an opportunity, then I will definitely visit Pakistan for the premiere of my movie.”

Furthermore, the Khan elaborated, much to his fans’ joy, that Pritam Chakrabotry, the musical composer for the Bajrangi bhaijaan, is trying to persuade him to sing a track for the movie.

I am dying to sing, in the first place! I’ll sing for anyone. I am just waiting for them to come up with the right song for me.”

While speaking to the press, Salman also shed light on his character in the movie and the sentimental bond he shares with the little girl in the film. He can go to elaborate lengths to locate Munni’s parents; go to churches, temples and mosques.

“I did not need glycerine to get teary for the scenes while shooting. The shoot was so charged and emotions so strong that tears sprung to my eyes on their own. It has never happened to me before.”

A renowned Indian film producer informed the BH reporter the multiple reasons for which the Bajrangi Bhaijaan might hit success. While revealing the significance of the title, he said, “The ‘Bhaijaan’ part is sure to lure the Muslim audience while the presence of ‘Bajrangi’ brings in a strong Hindu crowd too.  There is harmony and unification of religions in the very title and the whole cross-religion element is beautifully integrated into the narrative of the film as well.”

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