Sung by Salman Khan, here's 'Yu Karke' from 'Dabangg 3'

Brenda Watkins
November 10, 2019

Sometimes he shares a video related to "Dabangg 3" and sometimes he is seen speaking the dialogue of his film.

Titled Yu Karke, the song is a peppy mood lifting number crooned by none other than our "most wanted Bhai" Salman Khan and Payal Dev. The poster of the song features the two hugging close where Salman has donned his usual Chulbul Pandey avatar, while Sonakshi is seen draped in a bright pink sari paired with a shimmery blouse. The song has received around 1 lakh views in 15 minutes of its release.

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Salman is now looking forward to the release of Dabangg 3, in which he stars with Sonakshi Sinha and debutante Saiee Manjrekar. While sharing the audio of "Yun Karkar", Salman has written- "New song of Dabangg 3, You Karne, Suno Hamari the voice of your favorite Chulbul Pandey".

If there's one superstar in today's time who's absolutely on top of any kind of stardom, be it fan following or box office collection, it is none other than Salman Khan.

Before this, another romantic song of Dabangg 3 "Naina Lade" has been released. "The recording went well and everyone was happy with the outcome, including music director duo Sajid-Wajid", the source added. "But if people will appreciate the film then, it will also resonate in the entire country", said Salman. Directed by Prabhudheva, the film is being made under the banner of Salman Khan Films. Producer Arbaaz Khan is all set to release its third installment this year and looks like there are few changes. He now reports on everything from entertainment to business.

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