SALMAN KHAN LAUNCHED ‘RADIO’ SONG FROM ‘TUBELIGHT’ IN DUBAI :

Much to the delight of his international fans, Salman Khan and the team of ‘Tubelight’ launched the ‘Radio’ song from the film in Dubai. On being asked about why he chose that location for the purpose, the ‘Dabangg’ Khan answered that since they were busy shooting for his next film in the area, they chose to release the song there itself.   Revealing more about the song ‘Radio’, Salman said, “The song is called ‘Radio’ because the good news that my brother is alive and is coming back is announced on the radio.”  To this, Kabir Khan added, “It’s a celebratory song at the end of a war. It’s set in 1962 when the radio was essentially the only medium through which news could be obtained. Everything from entertainment to news came through radio. But it was a big song. Remo had done a very nice number ‘Selfie le le’ in ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’. We needed same kind of scale and energy and fun. So Remo designed it over 300 acres and we had 700-800 dancers and 1000 extras.”   The pairing of Salman Khan and Kabir Khan was asked about how they form their working partnership, to which the director replied, “We had lots of issues on ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ and we used to debate and discuss as we come from different sensibilities. I sometimes go too real and Salman pulls me towards mainstream. Sometimes I try and insert more logic into the scenes.”  Salman’s actor-director brother Sohail Khan also features in the film. When asked about how it was it working with his brother, he said, “Its easy. We have an understanding and an equation. We have done ‘Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya?’ and so many films together. We come straight from home to set.”  The Times of India : 17th. May,17

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