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BHARAT movie to spill some SWEETNESS with it’s new song ‘Chashni’

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Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan reveals the teaser of a new song from his upcoming movie BHARAT titled as ”CHASHNI’. It is a romantic melody track and the full song will be released soon.

Katrina kaif is sure turning on heat with her curled hair look and ethnic wear. Salman is also seen wearing Indian wear.

 

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The song is sure to bring a smile on the audience’s face and looks promising with the pleasing teaser that seems ready to top all the charts.

Salman Khan shared the teaser of ‘Chashni’, the wonderful Eid delight, quoting, “This Eid… Ishq meetha hai… #ChashniTeaser OUT NOW”

 

After Dil Diyaan Galla-Salman-Katrina duo is back with new romantic song:

 

Beginning the journey of a man and a nation together, Salman Khan shared the first poster of ‘Bharat’ featuring himself with an old look with a grey moustache, beard and hair.

One of the most anticipated films of the year, ‘Bharat’ is all set to take the audience on a ride back in time. The first song from the film titled ‘Slow Motion’ featuring Salman Khan and Disha Patani was recently revealed. The song has topped the charts within minutes and became an instant hit among the audience.

 

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Including stellar performers like Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Disha Patani, Tabu, Nora Fatehi and Sunil Grover, the Ali Abbas Zafar directorial boasts of an ensemble cast promising power-packed performances.

Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, ‘Bharat’ is all set to hit the screen on June 5 on the occasion of Eid 2019.

 

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FWICE ban on Mika Singh lifted after singer apologises for performing in Pakistan

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Mumbai: A ban imposed on Mika Singh from working in the Hindi film industry was revoked by Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) on Wednesday after the singer tendered an apology for performing at an event in Karachi, Pakistan. “I went to Pakistan so that I could visit Nankana Sahib Gurdwara. It is merely a coincidence that abrogation of Article 370 happened on 5th while I landed there on 3rd (August),” said Mika at a press conference here.

“I apologised for the mistake that I did unknowingly,” he added. Ashoke Pandit, chief advisor of FWICE said: “The Federation has very seriously taken note of people who have flouted its instructions as far as Pakistan is concerned. We have issued noncooperation against any Pakistani artiste performing here or Indian artiste performing there especially after Pulwama attack.” Pandit added that the film association is withdrawing the ban on Mika as the singer has apologised and has committed that he will not repeat it. FWICE President BN Tiwari who was also at the press conference said: “We have issued a noncooperation letter and in return, Mika too wrote a letter to us asking for a chance to explain the situation in which he went there to perform. He said that the time he performed there was not right. He apologised to the federation. We have decided to lift the ban after discussion. It is better to be late than never.”

 

During the briefing Mika also entered into an argument with a journalist: “A few months ago Neha Kakkar, Sonu Nigam and Atif Aslam did a show. Why didn’t you say anything then? Why am I being singled out? Is it that you’ll ask me and it’ll make news?” the singer countered. Meanwhile, Tiwari said: “We have also announced that no matter how the relations between Pakistan and India turn out, Pakistani artists are not welcome here. We have got enough talent. We will develop our own indigenous talent and take them forward.” All India Cine Workers Association (AICWA) had also banned the singer after his performance in Pakistan. The event he performed in Pakistan was organised by former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf’s close relative.

 

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