After Shraddha Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, Salman Khan seems to be the new singer in B-town. The star has lent his voice for all the songs of his upcoming movie Kick
The younger lot of actors may pitch in for a song or two, finding their voice and time only for that much. But trust Salman Khan to go an extra mile. He has sung each and every track on producer-director Sajid Nadiadwala’s next, Kick. “Not many people know this but Salman is a really good singer. He has sung before (in Hello Brother, Yuuvraaj, Wanted, Dabangg and Bodyguard), but only a song or two in some of his films. It was Sajid’s idea to get Salman to sing after they recorded the first song. They loved his version so much, they decided to record all the songs in his voice,” reveals an insider.
Nadiadwala confirms, “In Kick, we have songs by four different music composers. But only one singer — Salman Khan.”
Amitabh Bachchan: Everything from Rang Barse, Neela Aasman So Gaya (Silsila; 1976) to Ekla Chalo Re (Kahaani; 2012).
Aamir Khan in Aati Kya Khandala (Ghulam; 1998) and Bum Bum Bole (Taare Zameen Par)
Salman Khan: Chandi Ki Daal Par in (Hello Brother; 1999), Most Wanted (Wanted; 2009); Title Song (Bodyguard; 2011)
Shah Rukh Khan: SRK in Apun Bola (Josh; 2000) and now, rumoredly in (Happy New Year; unreleased)
Abhishek Bachchan: Right Here Right Now in (Bluffmaster; 2005)
Akshay Kumar: Title Song (Chandni Chowk To China; 2009), Title Song featuring Snopp Dogg (Singh Is Kinng; 2008), Mujh Mein Tu Special 26; 2013)
Farhan Akhtar: All songs in Rock On!!, Senorita (Zindagi Na Milegi Dobaara; 2011)
Abhay Deol: Senorita (Zindagi Na Milegi Dobaara; 2011)
Hrithik Roshan: Kites in the Sky in Kites (2010), Senorita (Zindagi Na Milegi Dobaara; 2011)
Ayushmann Khurrana: Pani Da (Vicky Donor; 2012), Mera Mann, Sadi Gali, Tu Hi Tu (Nautanki Saala; 2013)