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SALMAN KHAN JUST TURNED LYRICIST WITH 'RACE 3' TRACK

By Gagan Bhullar . 24th May 2018 04:52pm
SALMAN KHAN JUST TURNED LYRICIST WITH 'RACE 3' TRACK

Is there anything this man can't do! Just two days ago we had told you that Salman Khan is planning to enter into production for TV and Digital platforms under his SK TV banner. And now he has added another feat to his long list of talents. Well, he sure knows how to be in news for all the right (and sometimes, wrong) reasons. As we already await the release of his next, Race 3, this Eid, Salman Khan is busy keeping us on the edge of the seat. If the reports are to be believed, Race 3 will mark Khan's first negative role. Another first for the Bhai of Bollywood in the upcoming movie is the newly released song 'Selfish'. Wondering why? Well, the talented Khan has penned down the lyrics of this beautiful romantic number. That too within a few minutes during the film's brainstorming session! After crooning Main Hoon Hero Tera in Sooraj Pancholi and Athiya Shetty-starrer Hero, he has now donned the cap of lyricist. Salman's rumored girlfriend Iulia Vantur and Atif Aslam have lent their voice to Bhaijaan's words. The music of 'Selfish' is composed by Vishal Mishra. Race 3 has an ensemble star cast comprising of Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Daisy Shah, Saqib Saleem and Freddy Daruwala. It is being helmed by Remo D'souza. Bobby Deol took to his social media to announce 'Selfish' [caption id="attachment_37426" align="alignnone" width="574"]Salman Khan Source: Twitter/Bobby Deol[/caption] Salman Khan's SK Films is also producing this third film of the franchise. The previous two installments were directed by Abbas-Mastan. Donning so many hats in one flick, Salman is sure hell-bent on setting some records. And if the box office collections of his previous films are any indication, then this one will surely make some big bucks. Well, June 15th is about to be here and we are ready to Race to the theatre near us..... Are you?


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