Month's long wait of million of fans has come to an end as Dabangg Khan on Tuesday finally releases 'Radio' song, the first ever track of his forthcoming film 'Tubelight'.
After releasing the song in Dubai amid much grandeur and celebrations the 51 year-old actor took to twitter to share the link and wrote "#Radio Bajaiyyo Bajaiyyo zara! Ab bas #RadioSong bajega! https://bit.ly/Radio_Song @kabirkhankk @ipritamofficial @sonymusicindia @amarbutala"
A few minutes back the famous biz analyst Taran Adarsh also took to mocro blogging site twitter and shared the peppy number.
Being exicited Taran wrote, "The #RadioSong is here... Watch the first song from #Tubelight - #Radio... #SalmanKhan #Eid2017"
The song which will give you a feel of a town typical to those in the 1960's is a fast and peppy number and sung and choreographed by Kamaal Khan and Remo D'souza respectively.
Sharing more about the song 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".
Being asked about the same Kabir Khan further stated, "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."
After shooting most of the movie scenes in various mindblowing locations of North India, Kabir constructed an imaginary town, Jagatpura in Mumbai itself to get that perfect atmosphere to shoot the song.
In the song over 200 dancers and more than 800 juniors will be seen performing to give that proper feel of celebrations and will surely insist you to shake a leg.
Also starring Sohail Khan, Om Puri and Chinese actor Zhu Zhu 'Tubelight' is slated to be released on 23rd June 2017.