Disha Patani was not giving Salman Khan a dance, Salman had such a reaction


Posted on 7th May 2021 06:37 pm by rohit kumar

The title track of Salman Khan's upcoming film Radhe Most Wanted Bhai has been released a few days ago and this song is one of those songs that will become an earworm. Let me tell you, this title track will be seen playing on the loop throughout the film. This film is going to be released in the coming few days. Salman Khan has gifted his fans by releasing this film on Eid. Although the film was to be released last year, due to the Coronavirus, the release date of this film was extended.

 

Recently, the making video of Radhe's title track has been shared on social media. In the video, Salman Khan is seen sharing his experience. At the beginning of the video, Salman Khan tells how this song started with Sajid-Wajid. In this video, Salman Khan also shared an anecdote related to himself and told that Salman Khan and Disha Patni are seen practicing their dance. But suddenly I stop dancing and say to the direction, 'There will be a place to dance a little bit.' After which Disha Patni speaks sorry with a great smile.

 

In the making video of this song, Salman Khan is seen playing a lot of fun. He is seen doing every shot as fun. In the film, Salman Khan, Disha Patni, Randeep Hooda, and Jackie Shroff will also be seen in important roles. 'Radhey: Your Most Wanted Bhai' is presented by Salman Khan Films in association with Zee Studios.

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