Salman Khan to unite with Virat Kohli for a music video
Amazing!This news is most likely an amazing news for all the Salman Khan and Virat Kohli fans. Their most loved star are teaming up and no, it’s not for a film but rather for a music video. How COOL! Salman who has worked with Virat Kohli’s darling Anushka Sharma in Sultan is currently all set to make the enchantment with her better half. Both the stars will include in Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike music video and apparently they will join the DJ at the field voyage through the tenth edition of Sunburn festival.
According to reports in an entertainment portal, “The two will be in Hyderabad on October 8, and will arrive in Mumbai the next day. Salman and Virat, who are hardcore fans of the DJ duo and have shown support to them on Twitter for the top 100 DJs poll, host arranged a private get-together with them. They will try their hand at DJing as well”.
Truth be told the DJ couple too confirmed of Virat and Salman going along with them and they are especially glad about it, “We are grateful that two of the biggest celebrities from India, Salman and Virat, have shown support for our music.We love Bollywood and are open to discussing collaborations provided the fit is correct. We have known Salman for quite some time and he’s an amazing human being with a good heart. We are working on a project that will integrate what India is known for — films, music and sports”.So peeps how energized are you watch the adorable stars groove together.
Presently Salman is caught up with shooting for his most anticipated film Tubelight helmed by his mate Kabir Khan. The actor will be seen romancing the Chinese actress Zhu Zhu who has now already turn into all the rage. After he wraps up the shoot, he will begin shooting for the sequel of his super hit film Ek Tha Tiger. The film is titled Tiger Zinda Hai and it will be directed by Sultan director Ali Abbas Zafar. The best part is Salman will rejoin with his ex Katrina Kaif and the fans are now going RESTLESS to watch them romance again onscreen.